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LONDON MARRIAGE LICENCES, 



15 21-18 6 9. 



£on6on BTatriage Cicences, 



1B21— 1869. 



EDITED BY 

JOSEPH FOSTER, 

Author of " The British Peerage and Baronetage" '■^Memhers of Parliament, Scotland" 

" Our Nohle and Geiitle Families of Royal Descent" '• Men at the Bar" 

and many other genealogical works. 



FROM EXCERPTS BY THE LATE COLONEL CHESTER, D.C.L. 



With Memoir and Portrait. 



LONDON : 
BERNARD QUARITOH, 15 PICCADILLY, AV. 

1887. 



WYMAN AND SONS, PRINTERS, 

GREAT QUEEN STREET, LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS, 

LONDON, W.C. 






PREFACE, 



" They throw a flood of light on the genealogies of the diocese of 
London, and especially of London itself. I regard them as one of my 
greatest genealogical treasures." — J. L. Chester, 16 Feh., 1880. 

" We doubt if a single work treating on pedigrees, or on matters of 
family reseai'ch, has been published in the English language during the 
last twenty years which has not benefited by the stores of knowledge 
accumulated by his unwearied labours." — Academy. 



THE fame of Colonel Chester's genealogical collections is, like that of their compiler, 
world-wide. There are few genealogists or antiquaries of repute, whether in the 
Old or in the New World, who have not, at one time or another, been indebted to their 
large-hearted possessor for welcome and highly-prized extracts from these unrivalled 
treasures. 

The Marriage Licences consist of five folio volumes, of about 400 pages each, the 
entries written out in chronological order, and carefully indexed, from the following 
offices, viz. : — 

The Bisbop of London's Office, 1521 to 1828. Also the Dean and 

Chapter of Westminster's Office (all taken), 1599 to 1699 3 vols. 

Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury, 1543 to 1869 1 vol, 

Vicar-General's Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury, 1660 to 

1679 1 vol. 

This magnificent series of extracts, together with his other MSS., were transcribed 
(in duplicate), it may be explained, (at the sole cost of George E. Cokayne, Esq., Norroy 
King of Arms) by the late Col. Chester to enable him to annotate, from the information 
they afford, his celebrated magnum opus on the Registers of Westminster Abbey. There 
is probabably no page in that siiperb work, unrivalled in modern genealogy, that has 
not a reference to this wonderful collection. 

The following introduction to the Marriage Licences from the Office of the Bishop 
of London is from the jien of Col. Chester himself : — 

"The marriage allegations now in the Bishop of London's Registry do not begin until 7th 
December, 1597. I extracted the most important of them from that date down to about 1700, while 
engaged in my work on the Registers of Westminster Abbey. Subsequently I discovered a series 
of books at the principal registry of probate called ' Vicar General's Books,' which had been trans- 
ferred from the Bishop's registry, in which are entries of licences issued, beginning 5th January, 
1520-1. The whole of these I have copied, and they will be found in the following pages. After 
7th December, 1597, the two series are incorporated, and the entries from the ' Vicar General's 
Books' will be readily recognized by their brevity. The series from 5th January, 1520-1, to 7th 
December, 1597, is invaluable, as no other record of them exists. It will be seen that the entries of 
the first eighteen years are anterior to the date of the earliest parish registers, and they, therefore, 
possess a special value. 

"JOS. L. CHESTER." 

"London, 10</i/(i?7e, 1876, 



810438 



yi Preface. 

The following extract from a letter by Col. Chester affords a fair example of the 
practical value of these marriage licences : — 

" I suppose that entry of the marriage licence is the only record that exists of Sir William 
Harper's second wife, and no one would ever find it if he searched for it or think of looking for it 
where it exists. These entries ai-e scattered through some forty folio volumes among a mass of 
other records, all in crabbed Latin and entirely unindexed. Seeing the value of them, I commenced 
going through them some years ago, page by page, and extracted every licence there is — they fill 
more than two of my folio volumes of four hundred pages each. ... I shall expect you to give 
me due credit for the discovery of what, I am sure, you would have sought in vain." 

Mr. Quaritch, the eminent bookseller, having commissioned me to edit his copy of 
this valuable MS., I decided to carry out the work on the plan laid down in my 
" Collectanea Genealogica," viz., the alphabetical plan, so as to keep all possible rivals 
out of the field. By this arrangement anyone can see at a glance the male entries under 
a particular name, and as the columns are also numbered instead of the pages, the 
female names will be less difficult to find from the references in the index. By this plan 
the annoyance of having to consult four indices will be avoided, an annoyance entailing 
on students for all time to come a needless waste of time and labour. Such is the 
unfortunate plan adopted in the Harlein Society's edition, forced by the Council on its 
its members at a loss of several hundred pounds, reducing the utility of their publication 
to a minimum, 

I should here state that I have adopted a novel style of arrangement by placing the 
different forms of the same surname under the form ordinarily used, and by inserting 
the original form in parenthesis, thus as far as jiossible aiding the genealogist in his 
researches, and at the same time retaining the ancient orthography so highly prized by 
the student and scholar. 

I need scarcely point out to genealogists, lawyers, and students, both historical and 
biographical, the extreme value of such records as these, yielding, as they do, a fund 
of absolutely original information. But I may perhaps remind them that Marriage 
Licences have an interest peculiar to themselves, not only from their mention, most 
important though it is, of the social status of the contracting parties, but also from the 
fact that while baptisms and burials can be traced from Parish Registers with com- 
parative ease, Marriages, on the contrary, from the nature of the case, have often to be 
sought for far afield. Thus it is that such a collection as this is simply indispensable to 
working Genealogists and to all real students, supplying them, as it does, readily and 
promptly, with the evidences of many a missing marriage, and the names of many a 
wife unknown ; — information which, even with much time and labour, they could other- 
wise, as they know too well, scarcely, if ever, have obtained. 

I am unwilling to allow this opportunity to pass, without attempting to do justice, 
inadequate though it may be, to the memory of the late Col. Chester, by including, by 
permission of Mr. J, Ward Dean, of Boston, a reprint, with additions, of his biographical 
notice of Col. Chester, also to acknowledge, with thanks, the courtesy of Mr. J. J. Latting, 
of New York, who has supplied copies of Col. Chester's portrait for this edition at prime 
cost. 

JOSEPH FOSTER. 

21, Boundary Road, London, N.W. 



MEMOIR 

OF 

COL, JOSEPH LEMUEL CHESTER, D.C.L. LL.D. 

BY 

JOHN WARD DEAN, A.M. 

Editor of the New England Historical and Genealogical Register. Reprinted by Special Permission. 



THE life of the late Col. Chester, whose career has added lustre to the names of 
genealogist and antiquary, has a peculiar interest for the readers of the Register, 
in whose pages his writings have often appeared. He was the third son and fifth child 
of Joseph and Prudee (Tracv) Chester, of Norwich, Connecticut, and was born in that 
town April 30, 1821. " 

His earliest known ancestor in this country was Capt. SamueP Chester, of New 
London, who removed to that town about the year 1663 from Boston. Samuel Chester 
was in the West India trade, and in connection with William Condy, who is styled his 
nephew, received in 1664 a grant of land for a warehouse. " He was," says Miss 
Caulkins, "much employed in land surveys, and in 1693 was one of the agents 
appointed by the general court " of Connecticut " to meet with a committee from 
Massachusetts to renew and settle the boundaries between the colonies."* 

Joseph Lemuel Chester was the sixth in descent from Capt. Samuel,^ through John,^ 
Deacon Joseph'^ and his second wife, Elizabeth Otis, Joseph^ and wife, Elizabeth Lee, 
and his father Joseph^ above named. His mother, Prudee Tracy, was a daughter of 
Major Eleazar Tracy, of Norwich, by his wife, Prudee, daughter of Captain Uriah 
Rogers, of that town. She was descended from Lieut. Thomas Tracy, an early settler 
of Norwich ; and she inherited also the blood of the Rev. John Rogers, the famous 
Puritan preacher of Dedham, England, his son the Rev. Nathaniel Rogers, of Ipswich, 
Mass., the Rev. William Hubbard, author of the History of New England, and other 
distinguished personages. 

Joseph Chester, the father of Col. Chester, was a grocer in moderate circumstances, 
an honest and upright man. He died at Norwich, January 30, 1832, aged 44 ; but 
having had a large family of nine children to support, left little property to his widow 
and children. His eldest son, now the Rev. Albert Tracy Chester, D.D., of Buffalo, 
was then a student at Union College, Schenectady, N.Y. The next son, Charles 
Huntington Chester, a youth of sixteen, carried on the grocery store for his mother for 
two or three years. In 1835 the family removed to Rome, Ohio, where Erastus 
Chester, a brother of Mr. Chester, resided, and where they took a small farm. Albert 
was graduated from Union College in 1833, studied for the ministry, and when settled 
as a clergyman took his younger brothers and sisters successively into his family. Mrs. 
Chester, the widow, on 6th September, 1837, married the Rev. John Hall, rector of the 
Episcopalian church at Ashtabula, Ohio. 

Joseph obtained his education at the common schools, though possibly he may have 
attended for a short time the academy at Ashtabula, where his mother resided after her 
second marriage. One of his teachers, Othniel Gager, who kept the district school at 
Norwich when Joseph was eight or ten years old, is the present town clerk of Norwich, 
Ct. Mr. Latting, the author of the excellent Memoir of Col. Chester in the New York 

* See Caulkins's History of New London, pp. 145 and 353 ; Hinman's Early Puritan Settlers of 
Connecticut, pp. 557-9 ; Memoir of Joseph Lemuel Chester, by John J. Latting, in N. Y. Genealogical 
and Biographical Recoi-d, vol. siii. pp. 149-56. 



viii Me7)ioir of Colonel Chester'. 



Genealogical and Biographical Record, has seen Mr. Gager, who described his pupil to 
him as a handsome, bright boy, but he had no remembrance of any peculiar mental 
traits. That Joseph made himself proficient in his studies at the various schools, is 
shown by the fact that before he had reached his majority, he himself taught a school. 
This was at Ballston, N.Y., which is near Ballston Spa, where his brother Albert was 
first settled as a clergyman. In 1837 he was for a short time a clerk at Warren, Ohio, 
in the land agency office of Gen. Simon Perkins and the Hon. Frederick Kinsman, the 
latter of Avhom remembers him as a young man, " tall and commanding in appearance, 
and very ready as a clerk to comprehend and do what was required of him." 

ln'^1838, "being then seventeen years old, he went to New York city, and commenced 
the study of law. He soon abandoned it for the mercantile profession. He was at one 
time employed as a clerk by Messrs. Arthur Tappan & Co. in that city, silk merchants, 
the members of the firm being noted for their enterprise and also for their philanthropic 
labours. " They were," Mr. Latting writes me, " very strict in the enforcement of a 
printed set of rules for the moral conduct of their clerks and other employes. They 
made them all workers in the causes of Temperance and Anti-Slavery." One of the 
partners, Lewis Tappan, established in 1841 a mercantile agency in New York, and 
employed Mr. Chester as a clerk. 

His literary taste was early developed. While in New York he contributed articles 
to the newspapers and magazines of the day, " chiefly of a poetic character." The 
Knickerbocker for January, 1843, contains a poem by him entitled " Greenwood 
Cemetery," and signed " Julian Cramer." This pseudonym is that by which he became 
best known ; though he wrote under several other signatures. The Knickerbocker, in 
which his poem appeared, was then the leading literary magazine in the United States. 
The same year his first volume, " Greenwood Cemetery and Other Poems," was pub- 
lished at New York and Boston. The Knickerbocker for March, 1843, has a favourable 
notice of the book, Avritten, I presume, by the editor, Lewis Gaylord Clark, a competent 
critic. It states that though the poems had " some faults," which were to be expected 
in so young a writer, there were in them " marks of a veritable taste and a pleasing 
imagination, and evidence of an eye that sees and a heart that feels the beautiful in 
nature, and the bright, tender, or sorrowful in humanity." Mr. Latting states that this 
volume comprises " fifty -four separate pieces, mostly written prior to attaining his 
majority. The lines ' On the Death of President Harrison,' ' On the Loss of the Steam- 
ship President,' and ' The Captives of L'Amistad,' were all composed in his twentieth 
year." His other early publications are, " A Preliminary Treatise on the Law of 
Repulsion as a Universal Law of Nature," Philadelphia, 1853; and "Narrative of 
Margaret Douglas," Boston and Cleveland, 1854. 

He also entered the lecture field. In the winter of 1839-40, he lectured before the 
Mechanics' Institute, as I am informed by Benson J. Lossing, LL.D., the historian, who 
was chairman of the board of directors of that institution, and who then made Mr. 
Chester's acquaintance. One of Mr. Latting's correspondents writes to him that he met 
Mr. Chester while the latter was lecturing on Temperance in western Massachusetts, 
and Judge Kinsman remembers him as visiting Ohio on a similar lecturing tour. 

About the year 1845 he removed to Philadelphia, where he obtained a situation as 
merchant's clerk. In 1847, and for some years subsequent, his occupation is given in 
the Philadelphia Directory as a commissioner of deeds. In the years 1848, 1849, and 
1850, he was also the musical editor of Godei/s Lady's Book. "In 1852," says Mr. 
Latting in his Memoir, " he became one of the editors of the Philadelpkia Inquirer and 
of the Daily Sun, in conjunction with Colonel James S. Wallace. These positions 
brought him into notice politically, and on the consolidation of the city of Philadelphia, 
in 1854, he was elected a member of the City Council from the sixth ward, serving in 
that capacity for one term, commencing May 7, 1855. During several sessions of 
Congress at Washington, he visited that city as corresponding editor, and a portion of 
the time of his residence there, he was, through the favour of his friend. Colonel 
John W. Forney, then Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives, employed as one 
of the assistant clerks." In one of Col. Chester's letters to me, he mentions having held 
the last named office in the spring of 1856. He was appointed by the Hon. James 
Pollock, Avho was governor of Pennsylvania from 1855 to 1858, one of his aids with the 
military rank of colonel. 

While residing at Washington, he was employed to make sale in England of some 
patents, and in 1858 left his native country. He landed in England on the 6th of 
September. Various causes prevented him from succeeding in his undertaking ; but he 
settled in London and made it his residence thereafter till his death. For a time he kept 
up his connection with the lujwspaper ])ress, and for about three years furnished a 



Memoir of Colonel Chester. ix 

weekly letter from London to the Philadelphia Inquirer. After taking up his residence 
in England, he made, at least, one visit to the continent, for in one of his letters to me 
he gives an account of an interview with the Hon. Charles Sumner in March, 1859, in 
the Museo Borbonico in Naples, and of dining the same evening at the American 
Minister's. He seldom left England, however, for on the 14th of September, 1872, he 
wrote me — " I have spent some weeks in Ireland this summer, my first visit there. It 
was the first real holiday I have taken during the last fourteen years." 

It was a tradition in the Rogers family, though the tradition had been rejected by 
the best New England antiquaries, that his ancestor, the Rev. Nathaniel Rogers, of 
Ipswich, Mass., son of the Rev. John Rogers, of Dedham, England, was a descendant 
of the famous John Rogers, the Marian Proto-martyr, whose fate has been made familiar 
to the children of our land by one of the pictures in the New England Primer. Being 
in England and having heard the tradition from his youth, he determined to investigate 
the matter. His researches, however, did not result favourably. On the contrary, he 
found proof that the Dedham minister, through whom he hoped to trace his lineage, 
could not have been a descendant of the martyr. This, no doubt, was a sore disappoint- 
ment to him, as few who pride themselves on their New England blood would not 
prefer to be descended from John Rogers than from any of the sovereigns of England. 
But these researches led him to undertake the life of Rogers, as he tells us, in the 
following words, in the preface to that work — 

Personally unsatisfactory as were his labours in tbat direction, they led him into another, and it 
was not long before he was thoroughly imbued with the conviction that historical justice had never 
been done to the person whose eventful career forms the subject of these pages. He soon discovered 
that the only original account concerning him, which had been received as authentic for nearly 
three centuries, was full of the wildest discrepancies and grossest errors. Modest and humble, 
unambitious of a record on the common roll of fame, actuated by higher and holier motives than the 
attainment of a name among men, while he lived, he carefully avoided all appearance of ostentation, 
and never claimed the honours to which he Avas justly entitled ; while after his death his very 
memory was rudely thrust aside in order to make room for that of those of his associates who had 
been, indeed, his official superiors, but who, generally, were infinitely his inferiors, as well in regard 
to their character and attainments, as to the services which they rendered the church and the 
world. 

This work, under the title of " John Rogers : the Compiler of the First Authorized 
English Bible ; the Pioneer of the English Reformation ; and its First Martyr," was 
published in the autumn of 1861. The claims which he made for his hero in the title 
of the work were abundantly proved in its pages. The book attracted immediate 
attention, and English and American antiquaries awarded him high honour for his first 
antiquarian work. It was also the foundation of an acquaintance with Sir Frederic 
Rogers, Bart., now Lord Blachford. The book was dedicated to him, and the friendship 
between them became intimate and lasting. 

The war of the Rebellion had then broken out. While he was thinking of 
returning home, he " received a commission from the United States Grovernment for a 
service which he could render in England,"* and decided to remain in that country. 

[" It was during this period that, under the auspices of the then Dean of West- 
minster, he commenced his researches in the Abbey Registers. He soon became more 
thoroughly interested — infatuated Avith the work of genealogical investigations. The 
privilege of access to other public as well as private records had begun to be accorded 
him. Not without great difficulties, and through prejudices which he patiently over- 
came, had he obtained the advantages this privilege gave him. A friend, who visited 
him in the summer of 1881, communicates to me the following facts, substantially as 
related to him by his host at that time — ' When Colonel Chester commenced his labours, 
more than twenty years ago, he had to encounter a marked indifference on the part of 
those who had the custody of the records and papers referring to the emigration to this 
country. In other words, while they gave much time to the careful preparation of their 
own pedigrees, they did but little to try and preserve the connecting links with the 
Puritan descendants emigrating to New England in the early part of the seventeenth 
century. Again, the professional pedigree searchers, as a class, were not such as 
commended themselves to the authorities, and it was only after several years hard and 
faithful service, during which time Colonel Chester had furnished England herself with 
some of the results of his system, that his merits began to be recognised, and he was 
then consulted by eminent antiquarians and . genealogists, and his briefs and proofs 
were put to the test, and became authority in many controverted questions.' 

"As early as the year 1866, Colonel Chester had made considerable progress in the 

* jMr. Latting's Memoir. 



Memoir of Colonel Chester. 



Work of investigating, transcribing, and annotating the registers of Westminster Abbey, 
and it was in connection with this work that the ' Marriage-allegations in the Bishop 
of London's Registri/,'' a sealed book to all prior investigators, were opened to him. 
This and other like favours and privileges were accorded him partly through the 
influence of his personal friend, the late Dean Stanley, but undoubtedly, in great 
measure, fhrongh the apjjreciation which now l)egan to l)e publicly felt of the benefits to 
accrue to English liistory and biography from his investigations. As Colonel Chester 
stated to our informant at the interview above alluded to, he was now given ' access, 
without being su])ject to the surveillance of attendants or the customary fees, to 
the British Museum, Westmister Abbey, and Somerset House.' " — Memoir by J. J. 
Latting, Esq.'] 

It was natural that one who had met with such decided success in antiquarian and 
genealogical researches should continue to prosecute them. On the 24th of October, 
1862, he thus wrote to the Rev. Caleb Davis Bradlee, of Boston — 

I have been fortunate enough to obtain free access to Doctors' Commous, and am preparing to 
make thorough investigations among the wills of that famous repository. My admission as a 
"Literary Inquirer" enables me to examine all wills recorded previous to 1700, and to make any 
extracts I choose, or even to copy the vrhole vyills. Hitherto, as you are doubtless aware, we could 
only looli at a single will by paying a fee of 25 cents, and then were not suffered to make so much as 
a note on our finger nails. The regulation is a new one, and the number to whom permission is 
granted will be very limited. 

I am now devoting all my leisure to examining the wills from 1600 to 1650, and shall go back to 
the earliest date and down to 1700, designing to use such information as I may acquire for my own 
literary purposes. There is no doubt but that much which has been indistinct in the genealogy of 
the early settlers of New England will be cleared up by a careful examination of these wills. 

He continued for twenty years to collect materials illustrating the ancestry of 
American families in the mother country. In the meantime he made special searches 
for clients, and investigated the English ancestry of noted Americans. The result of 
each research he arranged and wrote out carefully. Some of these monographs have 
been printed by himself or others ; but probably the greater number remain in 
manuscript in the hands of his clients. They are characterised by fullness and minute- 
ness of detail, the I'esult of the most persistent and thorough research. Among them 
may be named the Wentworth, Hutchinson, Marbury, Tildeu, Pelham, Dummer, 
Baldwin, Wheelwright and Ferneley families. The Wentworth research, for the Hon. 
John Wentworth, LL.D., of Chicago, was a marvel of completeness. His early 
investigations are embodied in an article in the Register in April, 1868 ; but the full 
results of his labours did not appear till the two editions of the Wentworth Genealogy 
were published in 1871 and 1878. It would be difficult to name any Wentworth of 
prominence in English history or literature whose ancestry is not given in that book. 
The Tildeu pedigree, for the Hon. Samuel J. Tilden, ex-governor of New York and 
Democratic candidate of the Presidency of the United States in 1876, is, Col. Chester 
wrote me October 17, 1873, "the most complete in its minuteness that I have ever 
done." The Wheelwright, Hutchinson, Marbury, Pelham and Dummer genealogies 
have appeared in the Register, and the Baldwin will be printed in it this year. The 
Ferneley research, made for the late Joseph Ballard, of Boston, filling ten closely 
written foolscap pages with precise information, is in the possession of the New 
England Historic Genealogical Society. 

He delighted to grapple with difficulties which had foiled other antiquaries. When 
a genealogical mystery was cleared up by him, he did not often rest satisfied till he 
had traced the connections of the person w4iose history he was tracing through all their 
ramifications. In a letter of January 6, 1872, he writes that one of the most eminent 
English genealogists, whom he names, had recently appealed to him in a genealogical 
matter, after he had exhausted all his own resources, and Col. Chester adds with pride 
that he was a])le to "help him out of his difficulties." Many instances of similar 
success could be named, l)ut I will refer to only three — one whose interest is co-extensive 
with English literature, and two in which it is confined to Americans. 

1. For a long time the surname of the mother of the poet Milton had been a puzzle 
for his biographers. In the words of one of them. Prof. Masson, the problem had " been 
waiting unsolved by native ingenuity for two hundred years." Even Edward Phillips, 
Milton's own nephew, gave a wrong surname ; Caston, and John Aubrev, the antiquary, 
called her a Bradshaw. Col. Chester proved that her maiden name was Jelferys. The 
evidence by which he arrived at this result he communicated to the London Athenaum, 



Memoir of Colonel Chester. xi 

Nov. 7, 1868, and Mr, Latting gives a good abstract in his Memoir.* Prof. Masson 
accepted the result, and, in announcing it, styled Col. Chester "a Hercules of 
genealogy." 

2. The parentage of Mrs. Anne Hutchinson, the friend of Sir Henry Vane, whose 
religious zeal and skill in controversy had set the infant colony of Massachusetts ablaze, 
had been hopelessly sought by our genealogists (see Register, xvii. 65). Col. Chester 
proved that she was the daughter of the Rev. Francis Marbury, of London, and that her 
mother, Bridget Dryden, was a sister of Sir Erasmus Dryden, Bart., the grandfather of 
the poet Dryden. 

3. The maiden name of Mrs. Mary Norton, the wife of the Rev. John Norton, of 
Boston, and the liberal benefactor of the Old South Church (her bequest of landed 
property having made that church one of the richest in this city), had foiled all the 
efforts of our genealogists, not even a clue having been obtained. Col. Chester proved 
that she was Mary, the third daughter of John Ferneley of West Creting, by his wife 
Temperance, daughter of Sir Miles Corbet, and that Miles Corbet, famous in English 
history, was her own cousin, while two of her great aunts were wives of two of the 
most eminent statesmen of their day, Sir Nicholas Bacon and Sir Thomas Gresham. 

Col. Chester, in his letter to" the Rev. Mr. Bradlee, refers to the extracts he was 
then making from the wills at Doctors' Commons, now at vSomerset House, London. 
He availed himself also of many other sources of genealogical information. Prominent 
among them are the Parish Registers, of which at his death he left eighty-seven folio 
volumes of extracts, of more than 400 pages each. Seventy of these volumes are 
carefully indexed. f The Manuscripts of the Rev. Matthias Candler, the Puritan vicar 

* " In the early part of the month of November, 1868, in the course of his investigations. 
Colonel Chester accidentally discovered, in the Bishop of London's Registry of Marriage Allegations, 
the first link in the chain of evidence which disclosed the parentage of the mother of the poet 
Milton, ' a problem,' says Professor Masson, in his recently published second edition of the ' Life of 
MiltoD,' ' that had been waiting imsolved by native ingenuity, for two hundred years.' The most 
that had been previously known with certainty was that her Christian name was Sarah. John 
Aubrey, ' antiquarian and gossip,' who had been personally acquainted with Milton, and who 
furnished Anthony Wood, also Milton's contemporary, with the materials for the first published 
memoir of the poet, included in the ' Athense et Fasti Oxonienses,' says she was a ' Bradshair,' 
giving, in connection with this statement, a pedigree of the Bradshaw family, with their coat-of- 
arms. Then followed Edward Phillips, Milton's own nephew and pupil, and naturally presumed to 
have known who his own grandmother was, and who, writing in 1694, calls her Sai-ah, of the family' 
of the Castons, derived originally from Wales, a woman of incomparable virtue and goodness.' But, 
from the year 1610, there had existed in the Parish Register of Allhallows, Bread Street, London, 
where Milton's father and bis family resided, the following entry, not unknown to later pedigree 
huntei's: 'The 22nd day of February, A° 1610, was buried in this Parish, Mrs. Ellen Jefferys, the 
mother of Mr. John Mylton's wife, of this parish.' Upon this apparently more official authority, 
later biographers asserted that the poet's mother must have been a Jcffery, but of an unknown and 
unidentified family. 

" These accounts continued to puzzle the numberless biographers of the great poet until our own 
time, when, as Professor Masson forcibly expresses it, ' Into this most unsatisfactory Bradshaw- 
Caston-Jefferys imbroglio there has descended a Hercules of Genealogy. It was in 1868 that 
Colonel J. L. Chester, the Editor and Annotator of the Registers of Westminster Abbey, whose 
researches into the histories of English families are probably more miscellaneous and thorough than 
those of any other living man, came accidentally upon a record definitely connecting Milton's mother 
with a Jefiiry stock; and, of late, devoting a good deal of his time and skill to the investigation, 
expressly on its own account, he has succeeded in clearing up the whole subject to a degree beyond 
former hope.' 

"Want of space in the present paper will not allow fuller particulars of Colonel Chester's 
discovery. They will be found detailed at length in a communication published by him in the London 
Athenanan of November 7, 1868, and also in a subsequent issue of the same paper of May 29, 1880, 
and embodied in Professor Masson's last edition of the first volume of the ' Life of Milton.' It may 
be sufficient to say that these discoveries clearly disclose the fact that she was Sarah, the eldest 
daughter of Paul Jeffrey, citizen and merchant tailor of London, and of a family of that name in East 
Hanningfield, Essex. 

" We may well conceive that of this discovery Colonel Chester was reasonably proud. The full 
honour and distinction of its accomplishment are wholly his, and we doubt not will continue to be 
cheerfully accorded him so long as the great English poet's life and works shall be known and read." 
— From Memoir by J. J. Latting, Esq. 

f These eighty-seven volumes of Parish Register extracts form the first of the nine series of Col. 
Chester's manuscripts in the lists prepared by Mr. Cokayne, his executor, the substance of which b'st 
will be appended to this memoir. Of the nine series, the second, third, and fourth have been sold, 
while the sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth are not for sale. Col. Chester's library was sold at auction 
in London, April 17-20, 1883, by Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge. 

The Parish Registers, mentioned in the text, are said to be the most valuable series of the above 
manuscripts. A more particular description will be found in the list just referred to. They had not 
been sold when I last heard from Mr. Cokayne. It would be a fitting tribute to the memory of one 



xii Memoir of Colonel Chester. 

of Codilcnhaiu, Suffolk, contHiiiiuff nuicli oeiiealoo^icjil information relative to families 
which I'lnii^nnted to America, early eii<(age(l his attention. In 1862 he sent to the 
Register, of which 1 was tiic editor, an article on the " Ko<rers Genealogy and the 
Candler Manuscript," meaning the volume in the Ilarleian MSS., British Museum, 
which had heen made known to New England readers hy the Kev. Joseph Hunter and 
Mr. Horatio G. Somerhy. In 18GG Col. Ciiester learni'd that there were two other 
volumes by Candler in the Tanner M88., Bodleian Library, and in July visited Oxford, 
"where he spent a week. He wrote me the result of his discoveries in a letter dated the 
30th of that month. An extract from this letter is printed in my " Memoir of 
Nathaniel Ward," page 122. In the summer and fall of 1869 he spent several weeks at 
Oxford, and on the 19th of October wrote that the two Candler volumes, which he had 
been having copied, were finished ; adding, " I have found two more volumes in his 
handwriting, relating to Suffolk people exclusively, not pedigrees, but personal 
sketches, copies of monuments, etc., which I am copying. They will all be very 
valuable." 

The Matriculation Register of the University of Oxford is another source from 
which he gathered information. On the 2nd of March, 1866, he wrote me from 
Oxford— 

I have been very hard at work here day and night. I am making a complete copy of the Matri- 
culation Registers of the University, from 1564 to 1750, permission having been kindly afforded me. 
There will bo more than one hundred thousand entries, name, parentage, residence, age, &c. It will be 
invaluable, as such a list never will be jirinted. I have already identified members of our early New 
England families, and among other things settled the ancestry of the famous Anne Hutchinson, as 
well as completed my chain of evidence disproving the Washington pedigree. 

On the 16th of October, 1869, he wrote from Oxford that he Avas there, and would 
remain till Christmas, and would complete his cojiy of the Matriculation Register to 
that year ; " so that," he adds, " I shall have it perfect for over three hundred 
years." 

The Old Marriage Allegations in the Bishop of London's Register, extending from 
1598 to 1710, furnished him another source from which he drew his information. He 
wrote me August 29, 1868, that he had completed his examination, and had secured 
" no less than thirty-five hundred choice extracts." 

I shall not attempt to specify the variety of materials illustrating the family history 
of England, chiefly in the seventeenth century, which he collected, methodically arranged 
and indexed. A genei'al idea may be obtained from the list of manuscripts appended to 
this Memoir. 

The work to which he devoted a large portion of his time during his residence iu 
England, was an annotated transcript of the Registers of Westminster Abbey. It was 
no doubt owing to this undertaking that free access to many parish and other records 
which we have referred to, was accorded to him. At first he contemplated only a 
partial transcript, but at the suggestion of Dean vStanley he was induced to enlarge his 
plan. On the 9th of November, 1867, he Avrote me, "I think I told you that I am 
engaged in preparing for the press and annotating the entire Register of Marriages, 
Baptisms and Burials in Westminster Abbey. I am quite proud of this work." On 
the 13th of the next month he wrote — 

My labour on the Abbey Registers is excessive, and likely to be protracted, though I confine my 
notes simply to the identification of the parties. Still, it is a labour of love, and it is surely some- 
thing for an American to be proud of, thus to have his name perpetually connected with the glorious 
old Minster. 

His letters abound in references to this work, the progress he had made, and the 
new materials which had been opened to him. June 17, 1871, he wrote me — 

A paper of mine was read before the Historical Society last Monday, a copy of which I will send 
you as soon as printed. That paper will show you one of the causes of my slow progress with my 
Abbey Book. 1 had paid no attention to the Royal Family, supposing that if the history of any 

of the most uueelfish antiquaries that ever lived, if these manuscripts could be purchased for some 
public institution in this country, where they would be kept together. Mr. Cokayne says of them : 
" Judging from the price which MSS. of this nature have fetched during recent years, it is more than 
probable that, if sold (by auction or otherwise) separately, they would command, at the lowest 
calculation, au average price of £50 a volume (£1,35U) ; but as it is wished, for the sake of doing 
honour to their great and indefatigable collector, to keep them together, the whole series is now 
offered as one collection at a very considerably less rate, viz., £3,000 net (which is the minimum 
Bum that Mill be taken), being less than £35 a volume." [The College of Arms acquii-ed these 
manuscripts in 18SG. — J. F.] 



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family was thoroughly knowTi it was that. And yet the second burial in the Abbey Register, 
when I reached it, I found to be entirely wrong, and it cost me a month's labour to set it right. 
These interruptions delay me very much, but I still hope to go to press this year. 

On the 4tli of May, 1872, he wrote — 

Yes, every day's delay tends to make my Abbey Book more perfect, and as it is i^robably the 
great work of my life — my legacy to the nation — and as I mean it to be a standard book for 
ever, I am not sorry for the delay. I am constantly at work on it, and as constantly im- 
proving it. 

lu the spring of 1874 his work was sufficiently advanced to make arrangements for 
its publication. On the 11th of April he wrote that he had presented it to the Harleian 
Society, and that it would appear as one of its serials. About two weeks later, on the 
24th, he informed me with gratification that the Queen had that week accepted the 
dedication of his book, an honour " not often accorded." On the 30th of May he writes 
more fully on this subject — 

It seemed proper, as my book is a national work, that it should be dedicated to the head of 
the nation. I left the matter to Dean Stanley whether I should dedicate it to him or whether he 
thought the Queen should be asked, and I knew nothing more of it until I received her formal per- 
mission through her private secretary. 

On the 16th of May, before the last letter, but after the Queen had accepted the 
dedication of his book, to which patronage he attributed the favour granted to him, he 
wrote — 

The Lords of the Treasury have jnst given me free access to the wills at Doctors' Commons 
of the last century, my present privilege only extending to the year 1700 — the only thing I yet 
wanted to perfect my book. This is a concession never before granted to anybody. Dean 
Stanley and I have been trying for it for the last five years, and have only just succeeded. 

The next year he commenced printing his book, and sent me a proof of the first 
pages, August 28, 1875. Progress in the printing is frequently noted. On the 10th of 
March, 1876, he writes — 

My Abbey volume has been some time all printed, making 526 pages of text. Its issue is 
only delayed by the index, a most important feature, on which I have now been at work four 
weeks, twelve hours a day, and it will occupy me at least a fortnight longer. I hope to forward the 
volume some time next month. 

In 1876 the work was issued as the tenth volume of the publications of the 
Harleian Society. A small edition was printed separately for presents to the author's 
friends. The work more than met the high expectations that had been raised. The 
English and American press spoke highly of its merits. The London Times of Sept. 
1, 1876, devoted three and a half columns, and the Morning Post of Nov. 2, more than 
a column to a review of the work. The Times said — 

Throughout the whole of this huge volume, with its profusion of names, illustrious or obscure, 
it is only at rare intervals that a case is to be found of which the industry of its annotator has 
failed to obtain some particulars. Such a happy result has been secured by protracted investiga- 
tions possible only to an antiquary industrious beyond his fellows. The wills at Somerset House, 
the marriage records preserved in the various offices belonging to the Sees of London and Canterbury, 
the matriculation registers at Oxford — all these have yielded up their dead ; and from such original 
research Col. Chester has amassed a wealth of biographical illustration almost without parallel for 
novelty and accuracy. 

The London Morning Post said — 

There is scarcely a family of rank and position which may not learn something — some out-of- 
the-way fact or incident of interest — from the prodigious amount of accurate information here 
provided by Colonel Chester, who is thoroughly and completely master of his subject. When it is 
borne in mind how inexact many persons have been and are as regards dates, how one mis- 
statement (made often not intentionally, but through carelessness and to save trouble) is handed on, 
repeated and enlarged, writers of general or personal history cannot but be gx-ateful for this 
admirable work. Colonel Chester brings to light facts which have been forgotten ; tracks out 
errors and inaccuracies, which have had a long life, with, unceasing care ; and provides in this book a 
monument of his painstaking industry and patient self-sacrifice. As long as Westminster Abbey 
lasts his name will be remembered because of this magnificent work. 

The warm encomiums given it on its publication have been repeated by the press 
and individuals since his death. B. Beedham, Esq., of Ashfield House, Kimbolton, an 
English antiquary of note, in a recent letter to me writes — " These Registers were 
worthy of the most ample illustration, and at his hands they received it to an extent 
which has never been accorded to any similar records. He has thus added a page to the 



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history of the church, so splendid and so rich in associations, to which every intelligent 
countryman of his directs his earliest steps on visiting the land of his forefathers." 

Col. Chester was justly gratified hy the manner in which his book was received. 
On the 22nd of Deceml)er, 1H76, he wrote me — 

I have something like two hundred letters of tho most complimentary and appreciative 
character, from the best men in the country, and am amply repaid for all my labour. The Queen 
sent mo a kind message some daj-a ago, through the Dean of Westminster, with her " sincere thanks " 
for my " valuable and interesting volume." On my return home yesterday I found from her a copy 
of the Life of the Prince Consort (written by Mr. Theodore Martin under her direction) with her 
autograph inscription, " To Colonel Chester, from Victoria R." 

On the 26th of January, 1877, he wrote — 

You will be pleased to hear that the Queen has just sent me the second volume of the Life of 
the Prince Consort, with, as before, her autograph presentation inscription (only this time she signs 
her name '' Victoria R. & I."') and this kind message, " that she has not been forgetful of your 
labours, and wishes you to understand how much she appreciates them." 

On the 9th of March, 1878, he writes with equal pleasure that he had received from 
the Queen the third volume of that work. Mr. Lattiug has sent me a copy of the 
letter of Dean Stanley accompanying the book, which is as follows — 

Deanery, Westminster. 

My dear Col. Chester : 

I have been graciously commanded by the Queen to send you the .3rd volume of the Prince 

Consort's Life. It may please you the more because it is entirely the Queen's own thought — the more 

remarkable at this moment when her mind must be so much occupied by the overwhelming anxieties 

of public affairs. 

I have not myself seen the Queen, having been kept at my house by a troublesome cold, which is, I 

trust, at last giving way. 

You will remember that yesterday was the 2nd Anniversary of the eclipse of my life.* 
March 2, '78. Yours sincerely, A. P. Stanley. 

A few years later, December 31, 1881, he informed me with pride that a handsome 
card-tray, made from old oak taken from Westminster Abbey, had been sent him as a 
Christmas present by the Dean and Chapter. 

In the preface to his Abbey book he made the following announcement — 

It may be as well to add that the Editor has a large collection from which he may eventually decide 
to print a list of such persons as were probably buried in the Abbey, but whose names do not appear 
in the Registers, with the evidences ; and also that, if his life is spared a few years longer, he intends 
to embody in a supplement such important information as he may acquire respecting the persons 
named in the present volume, and especially concerning the few still unidentified. 

Such a volume would have been a valuable supplement to his great work, but 
unfortunately he did not live to compile it. Nor did he finish the other work on which 
he bent all his energies after the publication of his Westminster book, and which he 
refers to in the following extract from a letter dated Dec. 2, 1876 — "I am devoting 
all my leisure time to working up the immense amount of Washington material I have 
collected, and clearing away the rubbish. I have now the means to explode utterly the 
South Cave theory, which has always been a giant in the way. I believe I have the 
clue to the President's real ancestry, but I some time ago made up my mind not to say 
or print anything more on the subject until I can lay the subject complete before the 
world." Though he was not able to finish these works, he found time, however, to edit 
several volumes for the Harleian Society, the titles of which will be found in the list of 
his writings appended. 

His labours were soon recognized by the learned societies. The earliest to bestow 
its honours upon him was, I think, the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 
which elected him a corresponding member in 1862. He was elected to the same 
membership in the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society in 1871. From 
the title-page of his Westminster volume we learn that he was also an honorary or a 
corresponding member of " the Historical Societies of the States of Massachusetts, New 
York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, 
Connecticut, and Minnesota," in this country. In England he was one of the founders 
of the Harleian Society, and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. He was a 



* Note by J. J. Lutting. — Lady Augusta Stanley, the Dean's wife, died on Wednesday, March 1, 
1876. 



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member of the councils of both societies at their organisation, and held that office in the 
former society till his death. In October, 1880, he was elected an honorary memVjer of 
the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. He was doubtless a member of other 
learned societies in England and America. 

He was also the recipient of academic honours. In the spring of 1877, the late 
Evert A. Duyckinck, A.M., the senior author of the " Cyclopa;dia of American 
Literature " and one of the trustees of Columbia College, New York, wrote to me that it 
was contemplated by this college to honour Col. Chester with a degree. In writing to 
my friend I hinted this to him, but without naming the college. He replied on the 11th 
of May that he should value highly such a recognition by an American college, as it 
would show that his work was appreciated by his countrymen. He then adds, " There 
has been an intimation to the same effect here." After the degree of LL.D. was con- 
ferred on him by Columbia College, he wrote July 10, 1877, to me — 

I appreciate this honour for three reasons : First, because it proves that the px'ophet is not always 
without honour even in his own country. Secondly, because it was in New York, and almost under 
the shadow of this college, that I began my manhood career nearly forty years ago. Thirdly, because 
I know, as you say in your kindly note in the Transcript, that Columbia College has always been very 
sparing and discriminating in conferring its highest honours. 

The intimation to which he refers in his letter in May, was doubtless a degree from 
Oxford. This, four years later, he received, for on the 22d of June, 1881, that 
ancient University conferred its highest degree, D.C.L., upon him, " in acknowledg- 
ment," says Mr. Latting, "of his services as a genealogist ; the first and only instance, 
it is understood, in which that degree was given for such a cause." For this honour Col. 
Chester was profovuidly grateful. 

In March, 1850, a portrait of him, with his autograph, "Julian Cramer," appeared 
in Godey^s Lady's Booh. In 1874 I met with this portrait, and wrote him to that 
effect, adding that I could see little resemblance in it to the photograph taken in 1869, 
which he had sent me. He replied Feb. 7, 187i — 

The portrait you mention was considered a good one when it was engraved, now some twenty-four 
or five years ago, when I was of course so many years younger. I now wear my hair and beard 
differently, whicb naturally alter one's appearance. I suspect that portraits taken at an interval of 
a quarter of a century would seldom exhibit much similarity, unless one had some strongly marked 
features. 

Of this portrait Dr. Lossing, the well-known author referred to in the beginning of 
this Memoir, wrote me, December 28, 1883 — 

Col. Chester presented me with his engraved portrait when it was first published. He was then 
about twenty-nine years of age. His almost black hair and whiskers were close cut. The latter ex- 
tended under his chin. He had no moustache, and his chin was shaven. He wore a "turn-down" 
collar, and was enveloped in a cloak. 

The portrait which embellishes this Memoir is from a photograph taken at Oxford 
in 1881, when he received his degree. It was engraved for the New York Genealogical 
and Biogi-aphical Record, to accompany Mr. Latting's Memoir in that periodical, 
October, 1882. 

Time works great changes in the features of an individual, but seldom so great as 
is shown by these three portraits. A friend, after comparing them together, remarked 
that he could not see a single feature that was the same in all ; and yet the portraits 
have all been pronounced good likenesses. The mind, however, looks out from each of 
them. At twenty -nine we see a fair brow and an eye full of hope and confidence ; at 
forty-eight we notice that time has stamped a deeper impression on the features ; and at 
sixty the full character is written on the face and brow. I, myself, never saw Col. 
Chester, but from all descriptions which I have heard or read, it is evident that he was 
a fine looking man and had a commanding presence. Dr. Lossing writes — 

I first met Col. Chester as a lecturer in New York. He was then a very handsome, finely propor- 
tioned young man in the nineteenth year of his age. From that time we met occasionally and kept 
up an occasional correspondence until he went to Europe. Our acquaintance was kept bright chiefly 
through letters ever afterwards. Our personal intercourse was very slight. We were wide apart, 
geographically, most of the time. The last time I saw him was in Harper's Building, New York, 
the year before he went to England. For years after that I lost trace of him. Two or three years 
before the appearance of his Westminster Abbey book, I received letters from him, and from that 
time until the year before his death we corresponded briefly at rather wide intervals. When his 
Westminster book was published he sent me a copy. His letters were warm and sympathetic, and 



XVI 



Menioii' of Colonel Chester. 



I folt it a privilege to be remembered iu his list of friends. One of the earliest tokens of his regard 
for me was a copy of his " Greenwood Cometory and Other Poems," presented to me soon after its 
appearance in 1813. My brief personal acquaintance with him and our exchange of epistles taught 
nie to esteem him very highly as a most genial, generous, scholarly and every way attractive man. 

The Rev. Alcxaiulor B. Grosart, in dedicating to him, iu 1869, his edition of the 
Poems of Sir John Beaumont, thus addresses him — 

I like you for your English Puritan name and for your English face — that of " a brave gentleman" 
all of the oldon time ; I like you for your right good service in writing for the first time adequately, 
the Life, a supremely noble and beautiful one, of " John Rogers," Proto-martyr of England under 
Mary ; I like you as an American proud of your lineage and unmixed English descent ; and I like you 
for your catholic literary sympathies and brotherhood. 

George W. Marshall, LL.D., F.S.A., the founder and for seven years the editor of 
The Genealogist, pul)lished in the number of that quarterly for July 1882, an appre- 
ciative Memoir of his friend Col. Chester. He thus describes him — 

Hie personal appearance was in every way characteristic. Tall, of stout build, well proportioned, 
with long flowing gray beard, and a peculiarly kindly expression of countenance, he naturally pre- 
possessed those with whom he came in contact at first sight, and his quiet, unobtrusive manner at 
once commanded respect. Generous and genial in disposition far beyond most men, he was at the 
same time highly sensitive, and felt keenly any want of gratitude on the part of those who obtained 
his assistance in their researches, while, on the other hand, the most trivial attention shown him waa 
accepted and valued with childlike simplicity and delight. Ever ready to afford to anyone who asked 
him all the aid which his large collection could supply, he spent half his time in replying to the in- 
quiries of his numerous correspondents, and it was rarely, however much trouble it involved or time 
it took, that the desired information was not supplied by return of post. The only return he expected, 
though for that he never asked, was thanks. 

He was always ready, as Dr. Marshall says, to help his brother antiquaries. The 
author of a biographical sketch in the Neio Monthly Magazine, published during his 
lifetime, also says : " The accumulations of more than twenty years .... are generally 
known to be at the service of anyone requiring them for legitimate historical purposes ; 
and it will be found that scarcely a modern book appears relating to biography, 
genealogy, county or parish history, that is not more or less indebted to him." This 
many of us know to be true in our own cases, and the numerous acknowledgments to 
him which we meet with in books, are additional confirmations of the fact. 

He had a keen intellect, great versatility of talent and a ready command of language. 
He expressed himself forcibly, and did not hesitate to say what he thought. His readi- 
ness of expression is shown by his letters and other manuscripts, which are written in 
a free, legible and uniform hand, with hardly an erasure or interlineation. 

His truthfulness was conspicuous. He would not encourage the pretensions of 
those who sought to connect themselves with the gentry of England when no evidence 
could be found to favour it ; and he had no patience with those who pandered to the 
vanity of such persons. At the request of an acquaintance I wrote to Col. Chester 
asking him to prepare a chapter on " The Armorial Insignia of American Families," for 
a Avork which that gentleman had undertaken. I stated that it was desired that the 
whole truth should be told. He replied March 25, 1881 — 

I have been in doubt whether it would be politic in me to write an article that would place me 
in such open antagonism with so large a portion of my countrymen whom I know to be claiming 
and using armorial bearings to which they have no shadow of right. The truth is that they do not 
wish to be undeceived, and will not only not thank mc for undeceiving them, but will be angry with 
me for having done so. I have had experience of this already, in a number of cases in wliich I have 
dealt with the matter in detail. 

No statements I can make, however fortified, will convince the descendants of a score of families 
which I could name, that they have no more right to the arms they claim and use than they have to 
the royal coat of England, and yet I know that it is true. 

He finally consented to write the chapter ; but the projected work was abandoned 
before he had begun to write the article. 

He was proud of the land of his birth, and loved to have his countrymen call on 
him, and delighted in showing them his M'onderful collections. No one visited him 
without carrying away an exalted opinion of the man and his work. He wished to be 
known as an American, and rejoiced that he was able to do honour to his country by his 
pen ; and yet, perhaps, a residence of twenty years and upwards in England had 
assimilated him more than he was aAvare to the people with whom he lived. The late 
S. VVhitney riiaMiix, in giving an account, iu a letter to his friend Henry T. Drowne, of 
New York, September 21, 1880, of a pleasant visit to Col. Chester, pronounces him "• a 
thorough Englishman iu speech and manner," Such assimilation is not luifrequent. 



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As to his residence in London, his earliest letters to me do not give it, his address 
being to the care of Mr. Moran, of the American Legation. 1\\ 1865 it was "14, 
George's Terrace, Bhio Anchor Road, Bermondsey." He removed to " 16, Linden 
Villas," in the same street, in April, 1870, on the 16th of which month he writes me — 

I have been in sad confasion for the last fortnight, moving, and have but just got settled in my 
new quarters, where I hope to remain permanently. I have fitted up my library to my own taste, 
and write this from it. If you ever come to see me, as I hope you may, I think you will say I am 
very cosy and comfortable. 

This lionse he made liis liome till his death, twelve years later, though in December, 
1878, the name of the street was changed to Southwark Park Road, his number being 
124. On the 30th of that month he writes — 

I change my address, happily, thanks to the authorities, without changing my residence, and the 
new name of my street is so distinctive that I am able to drop the " Linden Villas " and " Bermondsey " 
altogether, much to my own satisfaction, and greatly to the relief of my correspondents. 

The close of his life and his funeral rites are thus described l>y Dr. Marshall in his 
Memoir — 

Incessant work, and the sedentary life which it enforced, naturally told on what was to all 
appearances a robust constitution, but till within a few weeks of his demise, the gout, from which he 
frequently suffered, was his only serious complaint. He spent a fortnight last Christmas, as he had 
been in the habit of doing during the most of his residence in England, at the house of his friend, 
Mr. Cokayue, and seemed, though perhaps a little less active, much in his usual health and spirits.* 
In February he was attacked by his old enemy the gout, and though he did not rally as soon as 
usual, nothing serious was anticipated till the end of April, when his medical attendant, Mr. Cooper, 
suspected that he was suffering from disease of the nature of internal tumour. On the 5th of May, 
Sir James Paget, and Dr. Moson, of Guy's, examined him, and pronounced the case to be that of a 
cancerous tumour in the stomach of considerable size and long standing, but not of necessity imme- 
diately fatal. Those, or some such words, were told him by Sir James, and since tliat time he seemed 
to lose all heart, and I believe never wrote a lino more. He continued, howevei", to sit up in his 
library on an invalid couch, and though his voice became feeble, was able to converse with his 
friends till the 23rd of May, when, though weak, he appeared much as usual ; but on that night came 
an attack of bronchitis, then an abscess in the throat, and though he appeared to recover from both 
of these, soon after midnight his strength gave way ; and on the 25th he gradually sank, and at 10 
a.m., on the 26th, expired. 

On the last day of the month his funeral, which was of a private character, took place at Nunhead 
Cemetery ; a large number, however, of his poorer neighbours (among whom he had so long resided, 
and to whom he had ever been a liberal and most kind benefactor) were present. The American 
Embassy was represented by Mr. E. S. Xadal, one of the Secretaries of Legation. The service was 
read by Dr. Bradley, Dean of Westminster, who thus, on behalf of himself and his Chapter, testified 
the respect due to one who had done so much towards illustrating the history of their glorious 
Abbey. 

Nothing more remains to be told, unless it be to add that of the many good qualities exemplified 
in his life, his genial disposition was the most striking. Having acquired knowledge himself, by im- 
parting it to others he made the best possible use of it, and thus derived the ti-uest and noblest enjoy- 
ment from its possession. In this respect he has left behind him a bright example and taught a use- 
ful lesson. Hia too early death has caused a general and heartfelt feeling of sorrow amongst all whose 
good fortune it was to come in contact with him. We shall see his kindly face no moi-e, no longer 
learn our work imder his able guidance, and though we cannot wish to recall him from the reward of 
a life well spent and of work well done, our heart is still human, and 

" It mourns that dust should part." 

In 1876, he wrote to his early employer, Judge Kinsman, of Warren, Ohio, in a 
letter accompanying a presentation copy of "his Westminster book, that he had been pro- 
mised by Dean Stanley that, if the dean outlived him, he should have a place in the 
Abbey. This would have been pleasing to his friends. Next to this a tablet to his 
memory in the " glorious old minster " as he called it, has been placed there by the 
Dean and Chapter, see next page. 

The life of Col. Chester adds another proof to the many with which literature 
abounds, that great things may be accomplished when the energies are concentrated on 
a single object and the powers of mind are equal to the undertaking. He had not the 
advantage of an early antiquarian training. Till he arrived in England in his thirty- 
eighth year, we do not learn that he had attempted anytliing in the line in wliich he 



* I am just starting for a friend's house in the country, where I always spend a fortnight at Christ- 
mas and New Year. {Qoi. Chester's Letter, Dec. 23, 1881.)— J. W.D. 

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xviii Memoir of Colonel Chester, 



afterwards distinguished himself.* The capacity and taste for what was to hecome here- 
after his life-work no doubt Avere in him, though undeveloped, and he soon placed 
hinself in tlie front rank of antiquaries. Wlien he died it is acknowledged that he had 
no superior as a genealogist among English-speaking people ; and his reputation had 
been steadily increasing. He had gained the position which he had long laboured for ; 
but he was not permitted to enjoy it many years. In the midst of his activity and 
usefulness his work Avas arrested, as his friend Dr. Marshall has told us. Another 
friend, Joseph Jac^kson Howard, LL.D., F.S.A. the editor of Miscellanea Genealogica 
et Henildica and his co-worker in the Harleian Society, in a letter dated July 10, 1882, 
thus describes his condition in the last days of his life — 

I saw poor Chester three days before he went to rest. He was quite prepared for the change, and 
seemed, and I fully believe was, at peace with all. He then told me that although he could not read 
his books, yet he liked to be carried into his study. He knew the position of every volume, and 
called them his "familiar faces," bringing, as he glanced from one to the other, to his reooUection 
many happy hours spent in collecting the memoranda stored in each volume. 

J. Ward Dean*. 

* Mr. Hassam, of this city, has shown in an article which will appear in the April number of the 
Register, the disadvantages under which Col. Chester laboured, and under which genealogists in 
London now labour, in comparison with the facilities afforded for genealogical research in Boston. Dean 
Stanley and Col. Chester were only able, after years of solicitation, to obtain free access to the wills 
of the last century for a work of national interest. In this city access to all the probate records is 
given without fee to any person. In London the literary inquirer, even for the period for which he 
has the use of the records, has not access to the files. Here records and files are equally at his service 
without charge. 



WESTMINSTER TABLET. 

Colonel Joseph Lemuel Chester, LL.D. 

Of Columbia College, Xew York City, 

As also D.C.L. of the University of Oxford. 

Born April 30th, 1821, at Norwich, Connecticut, U.S.A. 

Died May 26th, 1882, in Loiidon, 

Where he had resided for many years. 

The Learned Editor of the Westminster Abbey Register. 

In grateful memory of the disinterested labour of an 

American Master of English Genealogical Learning, 

This tablet 

Was erected 

By the Dean and Chapter of Westminster. 



Memoir of Colonel Chester. xix 



Inscription oyer the Grave of Colonel Chester at Nunhead Cemetery, 

Surrey. 

Beneath this stone 

Are deposited the remains of 

Colonel Joseph Lemuel Chester, 

LL.D. of Cohmihia College, New York City (1877) ; 

D.C.L. of the University of Oxford (1881) ; 

And for nearly 20 years a resident in the parisli 

Of St. James', Bermondsey, in this connty. 

Born 30 April, 1821, at Norwich, Connecticut, U.S.A., 

He landed in England 6 September, 1858, 

Where he employed the remaining years of his life 

In collecting materials to illustrate 

The Genealogical History 

Of his Native and of his Adopted Country. 

The indefatigable Energy, marvellous Accuracy, 

And patient Ingenuity displayed in his writings, 

Are established to posterity in the work entitled 

" The Westminster Abbey Registers," 

Of which he was the sole Editor and Anuotator, 

A Monument of literary lore Unrivalled in its kind ; 

In grateful appreciation whereof, 

A tablet to his memory has been erected 

By the Dean and Chapter of Westminster in that Abbey. 

These great and rare qualities were not more admirable 

Than the Generous and disinterested Sympathy, 

Which made him always willing to give 

Gratuitous Assistance to his Fellow Workers 

On both sides of the Atlantic 

(Many of whom he had never seen) ; 

An Assistance which will long be missed, 

And long had in thankful remembrance. 

Beloved by all who knew him. 

And deeply regretted by many more, 

lie departed this life 

(In which he had played so active a part) 

On 26 May, 1882, 

In the 62nd year of his age. 



" Best, happy Dead, 
Sleep all thy Weariness away. 
Thou shalt be waked, on God's great day, 

From thy cold bed." 



APPENDIX. 



Col. Chester's Manuscripts. 

Abstract of a Lid preixired hy hia Erecutor, George E. CoTcayiie, M.A., F.S.A., at vhose erpeuse 
these Collections were originally made and ivho possesses duplicate Copies of these Manuscripts. 

They may be divided into nine series, each series being quite separate and nncoimected with the 
other, viz. : — 

I. The splendid collectiou of Extracts from Pakish Eegisters from nearly all the counties in 
England, consisting of 87 folio volumes, each containing about 400 pages, closely -written. Of these 
volumes 70 are full and are carefully indexed, the " index nominum" to each being a work of immense 
labour. The other 17 arc partially filled. 

They contain the entries of all the families of note in the parishes thus dealt with, but -were, it is 
believed, made with the special view of illustrating such families as emigrated to America. They are 
therefore particularly valuable to the American nation, and it was in America that Colonel Chester 
fully believed they Avould eventually find their home (although now the property of the College of 
Arms, England). They are as follows, viz.: Beds 1 vol., Berks 1 vol., Bucks 1 vol.. Cambridgeshire 
1 vol., Cheshire 1 vol., Cornwall 1 vol., Derbyshire 2 vols.. Devon 3 vols., Dorset 1 vol., Essex 3 vols., 
Glouccstershii-e 1 vol., Hants 1 vol., Herts 2 vols., Huntingdonshire 1 vol., Kent 2 vols., Lancashire 1 
vol., Lincolnshire 5 vols., Middlesex 4 vols., Middlesex Westminster 10 vols., Middlesex London 12 
vols., Middlesex Private Chapels 1 vol., Norfolk 2 vols, Northants 2 vuls., Northumberland 1 vol., 
Notts 2 vols., Oxfordshire 3 vols., Oxfordshire Oxford City 5 vols., Shropshire 1 vol., Somerset 3 
vols., Staffordshire 1 vol., Suffolk 1 vol., Surrey 4 vols., Sussex 2 vols., Warwickshire 1 vol., Wilts 1 
vol., Worcestershire 1 vol., Yorkshire 2 vols. Total, 87 vols. 

IL A comjilete series of all the Matriculations at the University of Oxford from the commence- 
ment in 1567 to 1869, beautifully written. Seven enormous folio volumes, viz. : Yol. 1. — A.D. 1567 
to 1.J80; with Index. [Mem. The information given at this time was very scant.] Yols. 2 to 4. — - 
A.D. 1581 to 1714. Vols. 5 to 7. — A.D. 1715 to 1869. Tlie names arranged in strict alphabetical 
order. These entries (about 95,000 in number) show for the most part, not only the College, the age 
and birthplace of the person who matriculated, but also the name and description of his father. 
(Now the property of Mr. Joseph Foster). 

III. Complete list of Entrances at Gray's Inn, 1581 to 1781, arranged chronologically, shov,-ing 
in most instances the name and description of the father of the student. Barristers, 1657 to 1865, &c. 
One thick quarto volume, nicely written. (This MS. is a transcript from a transcript made by Mr. 
Cokayne). 

lY. Marriage Licences. Five folio volumes, of about 400 pages each, nicely written and care- 
fully indexed, from the following offices, viz. : The Bishop of Loudon's Office, 1521 to 1828. Also the 
Dean and Chapter of AV'estminster's Office (all taken), 1559 to 1699, .3 vols. Faculty Office of the 
Archbishop of Canterbury, 1543 to 1569, 1 vol. Yicar-General's Office of the Archbishop of Canter- 
bury, 1660 to 1679, 1 vol. (Purchased and published by Mr. Quarich, of London, publisher). 

V. Abstract of Wills and Admons, 9 vols, (one only partially filled), one vol. of noble admona 
from C. P. C. In all 10 vols. Index to testators only. 

VI. Pedigrees, 2 vols, (one only partially filled), entitled " Chaos." Pedigrees, 2 vols, (one only 
partially filled), from Candler's Suffolk Collection. Pedigrees, 1 vol. (only partially filled), relating 
to Westminster Abbej*. 

YII. Pedigrees and miscellaneous matters (unindexed), 9 vols, folio, of which eight are devoted 
to the following families, viz. : Adams, Chester, Hutchinson, Rogers, Taylor, Washington, Wentworth, 
Whitmore; the others being miscellaneous. 

VIII. Tabular Pedigress, printed and MSS., arranged in boxes under the first letter of the 
principal degree. 

IX. Four enormous volumes, full of miscellaneous collections as to the family of Rogers. 



Works or Col. Chester. 

1. Greenwood Cemetery and other Poems. New York and Boston, 1843. 12mo. pp. 132. 

2, A Preliminary Treatise on the Law of Repulsion as a Universal Law of Nature. Philadelphia, 
1853. 8vo. pp. 64. 



Appendix. xxi 

3. Educational Laws of Virginia. The Personal Narrative of Mrs. Margaret Douglass, a 
Southern woman, who was imprisoned for one month in the Common Jail of Norfolk, under the 
Laws of Virginia, for the crime of teaching Free Coloured Children to read. Boston and Cleveland, 
1854. 12mo. pp. 65. 

4. John Rogers : the Compiler of the First Authorized English Bible ; the Pioneer of the English 
Reformation and its First Martyr. Embracing a Genealogical Account of his Family, biographical 
sketches of some of his Principal Descendants, his own Writings, etc. etc. London, 1861. 8vo. 
pp. xii. + 452. 

5. Notes on the Ancestry of William Hutchinson and Anne Marbury. From Researches recently 
made in England. Boston. Sm. 4to. pp. 24. 

Reprint of an article in the Register for October, 1866. 

6. A Preliminary Investigation of the Alleged Ancestry of George Washington, First President 
of the United States of America ; exposing a Serious Error in the Existing Pedigree. Boston. 1863. 
8vo. pp. 23. 

This is a reprint from the Heraldic Journal for October, 1866, where it was printed from advance 
sheets of the London Herald and Genealogist for January, 1867. It was also printed in the Register 
for January, 1867; and in pamphlet form in London, 8vo. pp. 15. 

7. A Genealogical Memoir of the Wentworth Family of England, from its Saxon origin in the 
Eleventh Century to the Emigration of one of its Representatives to New England about the year 
1636. Boston, 1868. 8vo. pp. 20. 

This is a reprint, with pagination unchanged, of an article in the Register for April, 1868. 

8. An Official Inaccuracy respecting the Death and Burial of the Princess Mary, daughter of 
King James I. Read at a meeting of the Historical Society of Great Britain, June 12, 1871. 
London, 1871. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Reprinted from tlie first volume of the Ti'ansactions of the Historical Society. 

9. The Marriage, Baptismal and Burial Registers of the Collegiate Church or Abbey of St. Peter, 
Westminster. London, 1876. (Editor.) Royal 8vo. pp. xiii. + 631. 

This is the tenth volume of the Publications of the Harleian Society. 

10. The Reiestcr Booke of Saynte De'nis Backchurch parislie (City of London) for Maryages, 
Christcnynges and Buryalles, Begynnynge in the Yeare of o'' Lord God 1538. (Editor.) London, 
1878. Royal 8vo. pp. viii. + 369. 

The third volume of the Register Section of the Publications of the Harleian Society. 

11. Herbert Pelham ; his Ancestors and Descendants. Boston, 1879. 8vo. pp. 11. 
Reprinted from the Register for July, 1879. 

12. The Parish Registers of St. Mary Aldermary, Lou Ion, containing the Marriages, Baptisms, 
and Burials from 1558 to 1754. (Editor.) London, 1880. Royal 8vo. pp. vi. + 277. 

The fifth volume of the Register Section of the Publications of the Harleian Society. 

13. The Parish Registers of St. Thomas the Apostle, London, containing Marriages, Baptisms, 
and Burials from 1558 to 1754. (Editor.) London 1881. Royal 8vo. pp. vi. + 190. 

The sixth volume of the Register Section of the Publications of the Harleian Society. 

14. The Family of Dummer. Boston, 1881. 8vo. pp. 20. 
Reprinted from the Register for July and October, 1881. 

15. The Parish Registers of St. Michael, Cornhill, London, containing the Marriages, Baptisms, 
and Burials from 1546 to 1754. (Editor in part.) London 1882. Royal 8vo. pp. viii. + 348. 

This is the seventh volume of the Register Section of the Publications of the Harleian Society. 
Col. Chester died while the book was in press, and his work was completed by other hands. A notice 
of Col. C. is prefixed to the volume. 

He also assisted Joseph Jackson Howard, LL.D., F.S.A., in editing the fifteenth volume of the 
Publications of the Harleian Society, viz.; 

The Visitation of London, Anno Domini 1G33, 1634, and 1635. Made by Si^ Henry S' George, 
K', Richmond Herald, and Deputy Marshall to S'^ Richard S' George, K', Clarencieux King of x^-mes. 
London, 1880. Royal 8vo. pp. vi. + 434. 



CoLoxEL Chester's Coxtkibutioxs to the Register. 

1. The Rogers Genealogy and the Candler Manuscript. January, 1863, vol. xvii. p. 43. 

2. The Rogers Family. Wills of the Revs. Richard and John Rogers. October, 1863, vol. xvii. 
p. 326. 

3. Genealogical Waifs. Jannarj', 1864, vol. xviii. p. 81 : July 1877, vol. xxxi p. 323. 

4. The Hutchinson Family of England and New England, and its connection with the Marburys 
and Drydens. October 1866, vol. xx. p. 355. See Works, No. 5. 

5. Rev. John Wheelwright. October, 1867, vol. xxi. p. 363. 

6. Rev. John Wheelwright's Wife. Januai-y 1868, vol. xsii. p. 83. 

7. A Genealogical Memoir of the Wentworth Family of England, from its Saxon origin in the 
Eleventh Century to the emigration of one of its Representatives to New England, about the year 
1636. April 1868, vol. xxii. p. 120. See Works, No. 7. 

8. Genealogy of the Hutchinsous of Salem. July^ 1868, vol. xxii. p. 236. 



xxii Appendix. 

9. Herbert Pelham and his Ancestors and Descendants. July, 1879, vol. xxxiii. pp. 285 and 355. 
See Works, No. 11. 

10. Transactiona'of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. April, 1881, vol. xxzr. p. 
200. 

11. The Family of Damraer. July and October, 1881, vol. xxxv. pp. 254 and 321. Sec Works, 
No. 14. 



Col. Chester's Coxtributioxs to other Periodicals. 

Traxsactioxs of the Historical (now Royal Historical) Society.— An Official Inaccuracy 
respecting the Death and Burial of the Princess Mary (1872, vol. i. p. 344). See Works, No. 8. 

Proceedings ok the Massachusetts Historical Society.— Some particulars respecting the 
Family of Major Andre (March, 1876, vol. xiv. p. 217). 

The Athen.eum, London. — Milton's Mother (Nov. 7, 1868). 

The Academy, London.— Orio^inal Lists of Persons of Quality, Emigrants, &c. (Oct. 24, 1874). 
This is a review of John Camden Hotten's book. It was reprinted in the Boston Evening Transcript, 
Nov. 9, 1874. 

The Academy, London.— Collectanea Genealogica. Edited by Joseph Foster. 

Hotten's Orip:inal Lists (Nov. 7, 1874). Another article on Hotten's book, reprinted in the 
Transcript, Nov. 20. 1874. 

The life of Benedict Arnold (Jan. 31, 1S80). This is a review of Isaac N. Arnold's Memoir of 
Gen. Arnold. 

Notes axd Queries, London. — Bridget Cromwell (Dec 26, 1868). 

George Washington and Kev. Jonathan Boucher (Jan. 19, 1878). Besides numerous shorter 
articles in the various issues. 

Note. — I am aware that this is a very imperfect list. 



Memoirs and Biographical Sketches of Col. Chester. -1. Memoir by John J. Latting in New 
Torlc Geirealogical and Biographical Record, October, 1882. Reprinted as a pamphlet, 8vo., New 
York, 1882, pp. 10. 2. Memoir by George W. Marshall, LL.D., F.S.A., in The Genealogist, October, 
1882. 3. Memoir in The Biograph and Review, May, 1881. 4. Memoir in Colburn's New Monthly 
Magazine, June, 1881. (Note. This is the same as No. 3 with a single new paragi-aph inserted.) 6. 
Sketch by J. W. Dean in Duyckinck's " Cyclopfedia of American Literature," ed. 1866, supplement, 
p. 88; ed. 1875, vol. ii. p. 447. 6. Sketch in Parish Registers of St. Michael. See Works No. 14. 
7. Obituary in the Boston Evening Transcript, June 1, 1882. 8. Obituary in the London Athenanim, 
June 3, 1882. 9. Obituary in the London Academy, June 3, 1882. 10. Obituary in the Register, 
October, 1882. 

Letters used as Authorities besides those Cited. — From John J. Latting, New York, Dec. 1, 
4, 22, 24, 26, 27, 29, and 30, 1883 ; Rev. Albert T. Chester, of Buffalo, Nov. 19 and 28, Dec. 17 and 
25, 1883 ; Dr. Benson J. Lossine, of Dover Plains, Dec. 15, 1882, Jan. 8, Nov. 28, Dec. 22, 1883 ; 
Charles Hervey Townshend, New Haven, July 18, 1882; George E. Cokayne, M.A., F.S.A., of 
London, Norroy King of Arms, July 15, Aug. 1 and 24, 1882 ; F. Kinsman, Warren, Ohio, Dec. 5 and 
13, 1883; Thompson Westcott, Philadelphia, Dec. 10, 1883; William AV. Harding, publisher of the 
Inquirer, Philadelphia, to T. Westcott, Dec. 3, 1883; B. Beedliam, Oct. 29, 1883. 

lE-^° I would return thanks to the gentlemen who have furnished information used in this 
Memoir, particularly to John J. Latting, Esq., Rev. Albert T. Chester, D.D., and Benson J. Lossing, 
LL.D. 

J. Ward Dean. 



LONDON MARRIAGE LICENCES, 



15 21-18 6 9. 



LONDON 

MARRIAGE LICENCES AND ALLEGATIONS, 

1521-18 6 9. 



Abbreviations. — B. Bishop of London's Office ; D. Dean and Chapter of Westminster; F. Faculty Office of 
Archbishop of Canterbury ; V. Registry of the Vicar-General of Canterbury. 



Abarrow, William, of the town of Southampton, 
gent., bachelor, 30, and Mary Hunt, of Mort- 
lake, Surrey, spinster, 23, with her father's 
consent— at Knightsbridge, Middlesex. 2 July, 
1649. F. 

Abberforthe, llichard, of St. Osyth, and Elizabeth 
Lucas, widow, of St. Giles, in Colchester — at 
St. Giles aforesaid. 2 Jan. 15fa. B. 

Abbott, Anthony, of Edmonton, Middlesex, miller, 
bachelor, 23, and Mary Salter, of same, spinster, 
22, father's consent — at All Hallows-in-ye- 
Wall. 7 Fob. 1G8^. B. 

Abbott, Edward, of Uxbridge, Middlesex, bachelor, 
24, and Anne Reyncr, spinster, 24, daughter of 
Awdrie Eeyner, of llowlcy pariah, Hellingdon, 
Middlesex, widow, who consents — at St. 
Gregory, St. Bartholomew-the-Less, or St. 
Sepulchre, London. 8 July, 1663. F. 

Abbott, Edward, of St. Clement Danes, bachelor, 
about 32, and Elizabeth Chajaman, of the 
precinct of Bridewell, London, spinster, aboiit 
22, and at own disposal — at parish church or 
chapel of Gray's Inn. 10 Oct. 1672. V. 

Abbott, Edward, rector of Galby, co. Leicester, 
widower, and Anne Paul, of St. James-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex, spinster, 30, at her own 
disposal — at St. Mary, Savoy, Middlesex, or 
.... 10 Nov. 1692. F. 

Abbott, Edward, of Galby, co. Leicester, clerk, 
widowei', and Mary Wood, of South Mims, 
Middlesex, spinster, about 40, at her own 
disposal — at St. Gregory, London, or ... . 
14 April, 1703. F. 

Abbott, George, of Inner Temple, esq., bachelor, 
about 24, and Mrs. Mary Reynolds, of Lee, 
CO. Kent, widow, about 30 — at church or chapel 
of Paddington, Middlesex ; Newington, co. 
Surrey ; Wye, co. Kent; or St. Clement Danes. 
5 May, 1665. V. 

Abbott, Henry, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, cook, 
widower, about 33, and Ursula Robinson, of 
St. Giles-in-the-Fields, spinster, about 32 — at 
Gray's Inn chapel. 13 Oct. 1662. V. 

Abbott, Rev. John, D.D., of Abingdon, Berks, 
bachelor, above 30, and S. Farr, of St. Botolph, 
Bishopsgate, spinster, about 21 — at St. Botolph 
aforesaid. 22 March, 1755. B. 

Abbott, Joseph (Abbot), of St. Neots, Hunts, 26, 
and Ann Corington, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
spinster, 30 — at St. James, Clerkenwell. 31 
March, 1691. B. 

London Marriaije Licences. 



Abbott, Maurice, of St. Michael, Bassishaw, 
draper, aged 30 or more, a widower about 
eight months past, and Margaret Barnes, 
maiden, of Widdford, co. Herts, daughter of 
Bartholomew Barnes, of same, gent., and with 
his consent, age about 18 — at Widford Church, 
where she dwells. 27 May, 1598. B. 

Abbott, Morris, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
bachelor, about 32, and Mrs. Mary Brewer, of 
St. Dunstan-in-the-West, spinster, about 20, 
consent of father, John Brewer, of same, esq., 
alleged by Edward Corbett, of Gray's Inn, gent, 
—at St. Giles, Cripplegate. 23 Feb. 167^ V. 

Abbott, Thomas, of Loudon, clerk, widower, 31, 
and Mrs. Frances Allicocke, of St. Margaret, 
Westminster, spinster, 30, at church or chapel 
of St. James, Westminster. 16 May, 1692. 
B. 

Abbott, William, yeoman, and Susan Homes, of 
London, spinster, daughter of Nicholas Homes, 
late of Denham, co. Bucks, yeoman, deceased, 
gen. lie, 24 Oct. 1596. B. 

Abbott, William, of St. Clement Danes, widower, 
34, and Mary Fuller, of same, spinster, 30— at 
Knightsbridge. 4 March, 169f . B. 

Abbott, William, and Agnes Wilkynson, of St. 
Clement, dioc. of Westminster. 16 Feb. 154§. 
F. 

Abbott, William, of St. Andrew, Holborn, cross- 
bow - maker, and Elizabeth Birde, of St. 
Margaret, Westminster, spinster — at St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 28 March, 1608. 
D. 

Abbott, William, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, and 
Ann Benson, of Stepney — at St. James, Duke's 
Place. 15 Jan. 170|. B. 

Abby, Richard, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London, carman, and Elizabeth Hodgkins, of 
same, widow of Christopher Hodgkins, late of 
same, victualler — at St. Botolph aforesaid. 13 
March, 160^. B. 

Abdy, Christo'pher (Abdye), of St. Thomas 
Apostle, grocer, and Mary Sentell, widow, of 
same, relict of Peter Sentell, merchant taylor 
gen. lie, 29 May, 1583. B. 

Abdy, Christopher, of the City of London, gent., 
widower, 60, and Alice Heath, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, 50, widow of Henry Heath, butcher, 
deceased — at St. George, Botolph Lane, London. 
14 Nov. 1620. B. 



Christopher Abcly 



I ;2i 



-1869.] 



Thomas Acton 



Abdy, Christopher, of Inner Temple, esq., bachelor, 
about 30, and Mrs. Dorothy Ualsey, of Great 
Gaddesden, Herts, spinster, about IH, consent 
of her parents — at St. Paul, Covent Garden ; 
St. Gregory, London ; or Great Gaddesden 
aforesaid. 29 July, 1GG3. V. 

Abdy, George (Abdey), of the City of London, 
founder, and Joaue Thomas, of same, widow 
of Walter Thomas — at St. Benet Fink, London. 
7 Aug. 1G24. B. 

Abdy, Thomas, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
25, and Mary Corceles, of St. Peter-le-Poor, 
spinster, 21, daughter of Lucas Coi'celes, late 
of London, merchant, deceased, and at the 
disposal of Sir James Cambell, knight and 
aldermau of London, who consents, as attested 
by James Meggs, clerk— at St. Petcr-le-Poor. 
30 Jan. 1G3|. B. 

Abell, Samuel, gent., of St. Anne and Agnes, 
Aldersgate, and Joziana Awsten, widow, of 
City of London, gen. lie, 11 Feb. 158f. B. 

Abell, William, yeoman, and Timothea Mann, of 
London, widow of William Mann, late of Chislest, 
CO. Kent, yeoman, gen. lie., 19 July, 1597. 
B. 

Abell, William, of Westbery Holt, co. Esses, gent., 
and Margaret Lyune, of Great Horkslay, said 
county, spinster, daughter of William Lynue, 
of same, gent. — at Sc. Clave, Hart Street, 
London. 11 Xov. 1G15. B. 

Abelson, Richard, of St Margaret, Westminster, 
clerk, and Ellen Brocke, of City of London, 
widow — at St. Margaret, Westminster. G June, 
1G23. D. 

Abelson, P^ichard, of Westminster, clerk, and 
Aune Mills, of same, widow — at St. Leonard, 
in precinct of St. Martin-le-Grand. 4 Feb. 
1621. D. 

Aber-Cromey. See Cromey. 

Abere, Eobert, and Margaret Nayler, of the city 
of Canterbury. 11 June, 1516. P. 

Aberforthe, Thomas, and Isabell Bragenden, 
spinster, of Loudon, gen. lie, 4 July, 1575. B. 

Abiiigton, Charles, of New Inn, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 27, and Isabella Compton,of Sutton 
Bingham, co. Somerset, spinster, above 24, at 
her own disposal — at Sutton aforesaid, or ... . 
23 Maj^, 1G96. F. 

Abiiigton, William, of St. Gregory, London, 
stationer, bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. 
Catharine Leeko, of Cbristchurch, London, 
spinster, about 18, with her mother's consent^ 
at parish church or chapel of the Temple, 
London, or ... . 21 May, 1679. V. 

Abney, Edward, of Wilsley, co. Derby, gent., 
bachelor, 29, second son of James Abney, of 
same, esq., and Damaris Andrewes, spinster, 
about IS, daughter of Thomas Andi-ewes the 
younger, late of St. Margaret, New Fish 
Street, London, deceased, with consent of her 
mother, Damaris Cadworth, alias Andrewes, 
now wife of Dr. Ralph Cudworth, Master of 
Christ's College, Cambridge — at St. Gregory, or 
St. Dionis Backchurcb, London. 20 July, 1661. 
F. ^ 

Abney, Thomas, of All Hallows-in-tlie-Wall, 
London, citizen and fishmonger, bachelor, 
about 26,and Mrs. Sarah Caryl, of Berry Streete, 
London, spinster, about 19, consent of father, 
Joseph Caryl, of same, clerk — at St. James, 
Duke's Place, or St. Catharine Cree Church, 
London. 24 Aug. 1668. V. 

Aborowghe, Stephen, and Johanna Overye, of 
Stepney, gen. lie, 26 March, 1563. B. 

Aborowghe, William, gent., and Judith Joanes, 
widow, of Stepney — to marry there. 17 Nov. 
1571. B. 



Aboweu, Evan, of Woodford, co. Essex, husband- 
man, and Isabel Vause, spinster, daughter of 
— Vause, deceased — at Cbristchurch, London. 

5 Aug. 1618. B. 

Abrahall, Gilbert, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Rebecca Blackwell, of 
Deptford, Kent, spinster, about 18, consent 
of mother, Rebecca Blackwell, of same, widow 
—at St. Swithin, London. 30 May, 16G6. V. 

Abraham, Ileni-y, of Westminster, yeoman, and 
Margaret Thompson, of same, " ancillam 
innuptam." 5 April, 1584. D. 

Abraham, Matthew, of St. Peter, in Maldon, co. 
Essex, draper, and Dorothy Rob Jorn, alias Rap 
Jorn, of Tollishunt Major, said county, widow 
of Peter Rob Jorn, alias Rap Jorn, late of same, 
yeoman — at St. Peter, Maldon, aforesaid. 28 
June, 1608. B. 

Aburne, John, of Weybridge, co. Surrey, gent., 
bachelor, 21, and Anne With, of same, 
spinster, 22, daughter of Mr. Eobert With, 
who consents — at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, or ... . 29 July, 1695. F. 

Ace, William, carpenter, and Alice Dixon, widow — 
at St. Stephen, Coleman Street. 31 Mar. 1581. B. 

Acheley, William, grocer, and Johanna Chattfeilde, 
widow, of St. Andrew Hubbard — to marry 
there. 9 June, 1581. B. 

Acherley, Roger, of the Inner Temple, esq., 
bachelor, 29, and Elizabeth Vernon, of St. 
Maiy, Savoy, Middlesex, spinster, about 25, at 
her o\\Ti disposal — at St. Lawrence Jewry, 
London, or ... . 6 Feb. 169i. F. 

Ackynson, John, and Elizabeth Byghton, widow, 
of All Saints, Honey Lane, London. 8 Oct. 
1545. F. 

Acland, Sir Hugh, bart., of Culhani John, co. 
Devon, bachelor, about 35, and Mrs. Ann 
Daniell, of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, spinster, 
about 20, consent of father, Sir Thomas Daniell, 
of same, knight — at St. Mary Magdalene, Old 
Fish Street. 19 March, 167i V. 

Acton, John, of St. Matthew, Friday Street, 
London, goldsmith, and Mary Ailmer[.'' Elmer], 
of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, spinster — 
at St. Faith, London. 29 Nov. 1626. B. 

Acton, John, gent., of Ipswich, Suffolk, widower, 
about 33, and Elizabeth Raynye, of St. Bennett, 
Gracechurch, spinster, 19, daughter of John 
Raynye, of same, woollendraiJer, consent of 
her parents — at St. Bennet, Gracechurch. 

6 April, 1618. B. 

Acton, John, of the Middle Temple, esq., bachelor, 
31, and Margaret Cutts, of St. Martin-in-the 
Fields, Middlesex, spinster, 26, at her own 
disposal — at St. Martin Outwich, London. 
6 April, 1687. F. 

Acton, Thomas, of Morvall, co. Salop, gent., 
bachelor, about 35, and Mabel Stoner, of St. 
Mary-lc-Bow, London, spinster, about 19, 
consent of father, Clement Stoner, of same, 
goldsmith — at St. Bennet, Paul's AVharf. 
10 Dec. 16G1. V. 

Acton, Thomas, of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent., 
bachelor, about 35, and Dorothy Goodwin, of 
St. Paul, Covent Garden, spinster, about 26, 
and at own disposal — at St. Mary, Savoy; St. 
Clement Danes ; or Little St. Bartholomew, 
London. 16 Dec. 1662. V. 

Acton, Thomas, of St. Matthew, Friday Street, 
bachelor, 21, son of John Acton, late citizen 
and goldsmith of London, deceased, and Mary 
Gardiner, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, spinster, 
17, daughter of Jeremy Gardiner, of same, 
gent., who consents — at St. Faith-the- Virgin, 
London. 2 Nov. 1638. B. 



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Acwortli, Abraham, of St. John, Westminster, 
bachelor, 21, and up\yards, and Margaretta 
Mabella Buckeridge, of same, spinster, 19, and 
upwards, with consent of her mother, Ann 
Ball, widow, who attests that her late hus- 
band, Anthony Kodncy Buckeridge, father of 
said Margaret, appointed no testamentary 
guardian, &c. — at the Rolls Chapel, Chancery 
Lane. 29 April, 1741'.. F. 

Acworth, John, of Woolwich, Kent, gent , 
bachelor, about 27, and Sarah Spreever, of 
same, widow, about 24 — at Stepney, Middle- 
sex ; Dartford, co. Kent ; or St. George, South- 
wark, CO. Surrey. 4 March, 1GG|. V. 

Adam, John, of Chesthunt, Herts, and Ellen 
Snowe, spinster, of Edmunton — at St. Benet, 
Paul's Wharf. 2G June, 1578. B. 

Adam, Symou. See Adams. 

Adam., Thomas, and Alice Hyll, of the diocese of 
Loudon. 11 Feb. 154<i. F. 

Adams, Abel, of St. James, Clerkenwell, bachelor, 

26, and Sarah Bradshaw, of same, spinster, 
26 — at St. James, Duke's Place. 12 Jan. 
I70f. B. 

Adams, Alexander, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
gent., 22, son of Thomas Adams, of Marl- 
borough, Wilts, gent., said Alexander atten- 
dant upon the Right Hon. the Lord Keeper of 
the Broad Seal of England in Ordinary, and 
Jane Russell, of All Hallows-the-Great, Thames 
Street, spinster, 19, daughter of Thomas 
Russell, of same, clothworker, with his consent, 
consent of said Alexander Adams' father 
attested, as well as that of the Lord Keeper 
and the Lady Egerton— at Great All Hallows 
aforesaid. 29 May, 1598. B. 

Adam.s, Charles, of St. Sepulchre, London, gent., 
bachelor, 28, and Sarah Burdett, of St. 
Stephen, Coleman Street, spinster, 28, at her 
own disposal — at St. Saviour, Southwark, or 
St. Gregory, London. 3 Feb. 166^. F. 

Adams, Charles, of St. Foster, London, bachelor, 
25, and Elizabeth Verney, of Claydon, Bucks, 
spinster, 25, her parents dead — at Gregory's, 
London. 2 Oct. 1662. F. 

Adam.s, Christopher, ship carpenter, and Elizabeth 
Presshes, spinster, daughter of Thomas 
Presshes, deceased — at St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf, London. 14 Feb. 162f. B. 

Adams, Dennis, of Streatham, Surrey, bachelor, 

27, and Mrs. Elizabeth Fletcher, of same, 
spinster, 23, her parents dead — at St. James, 
Duke Place. 29 Dec. 1696. B. 

Adams, Edward, of Stepney, widower, 26, and 
Elizabeth French, of same, spinster, 22, 
father's consent — at St. George, Botolph Lane. 
6 Dec. 1695 B. 

Adams, Edward, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
widower, 48, and Deborah Lewis, of same, 
spinster, 33 — at St. Michael, Wood Street. 
12 Sept. 1702. B. 

Adam.s, Francis, servant to Arthur, Lord Grey, 
and Mary Grey, servant to — Lowe, of 
city of Westminster, widow. 7 Feb. 158§. D. 

Adams, Francis (Addams), of St. Martin, Lud- 
gate, saddler, and Edith Younge, spinster, 
of St. Trinity, London, daughter of — 
Younge, late of Dorceter, yeoman, deceased 
— at St. George, Botolph Lane. 11 Jan. 
158f. B. 

Adams, Francis, of St. Ann, Aldersgate, bachelor, 
30, and Susanna White, of same, spinster, 
about 30— at St. Botolph, Aldersgate. 16 Nov. 
1721. B. 

Adams, Henry, of City of London, haberdasher, 
and Anne Spensore, widow, of St. Mary, 
Whitechapel, gen. lie, 13 Dec. 1570. B. 



Adam.s, Henry, of St. Michael, Cornhill, scrivener, 
bachelor, 33, and Elizabeth Newman, of same, 
maiden, 17, daughter of Thomas Newman, of 
same, deceased, her mother's consent — at St. 
Michael, Cornhill, aforesaid. 12 Dec. 1601. B. 

Adams, Henry, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
widower, 23, and Anne King, of Tunbridge, 
Kent, widow, about 30, at Maidstone, co. Kent. 
5 Sept. 1662. F. 

Adams, Henry, of St. James, Clerkenwell, 
bachelor, 30, and Mary Haywood, of same, 
spinster, 21— at St. Gregory. 20 Dec. 1718. B. 

Adams, James, of St. Andx'ew, Holborn, bachelor, 
and Mary Atkinson, of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, spinster, 24, parents dead, at St. 
Andrew aforesaid, or ... . IS May, 1696. F. 

Adams, James, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 40, and Hannah Kellett, 
of same, spinster, 24, at her own disposal, 
alleged by John Streatfield, of St. JIartin 
afox'esaid, cabinet-maker — at St. Martin 
aforesaid ; St. Paul, Covent Garden ; or St. 
Clement Danes, Middlesex. 5 Aug. 1678. F. 

Adam.s, James, of Stepney, Middlesex, farmer, 
widower, 35, and Katherine Grigge, spinster, 
26, daughter of one Grigge, of St. Sepulchre, 
London, gent., deceased, her mother also 
dead — at Stepney aforesaid. 5 Dec. 1632, F. 

Adams, James, of St. Olave, Southwark, co. 
Surrey, bachelor, 29, and Anne Stevens, of 
St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, said county, 
spinster, 23, at her own disposal — at St. Mary 
Magdalen aforesaid, or . . . 1 Aug. 1695. F. 

Adams, James, of Raydon Hamlett, Essex, 
bachelor, above 24, and Sarah Brett, of 
Waltham Abbey, spinster, above 22 — at St. 
Botolph, Bishopsgate. 5 Dec. 1720. B. 

Adam.s, James, of Broxbourn, Herts, bachelor, 21, 
and Elizabeth Broughton, of Wormley, said 
county, spinster, 21 — at Broxbourne aforesaid. 
24 Nov. 1716. B. 

Adams, Isaac, of Ware, co. Herts, gent., and 
Elizabeth Humerston, widow, of St. Magnus, 
London — at St. Magnus. 31 Jan. 158^. B. 

Adam.s, Job, of St. Benet Fink, London, bachelor, 
22, and Sarah Savery, of St. Botolph, Aiders- 
gate, London, widow — at St. Botolph aforesaid, 
or .... 12 Dec. 1700. F. 

Adam.s, John, and Lucy Reddington, spinster, of 
Hunsdon, Herts — to marry there. 25 June, 
1579. B. 

Adams, John, jun., of Harlow, Essex, and Mary 
Duke, spinster, of City of London — at St. 
Sepulchre. 22 Sept. 1579. B. 

Adams, John, of Aberton, chandler, and Anne 
Lynes, of Great Wigborow, spinster, daughter 
of John Lynes, of same, yeoman, gen. lie, 23 
Sept. 1595. B. 

Adams, John, of Cheshunt, Herts, yeoman, 
bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth Lowen, of same, 
spinstei-, 20, daughter of Elizabeth Lowen, 
widow, who consents — at St. Faith. 31 Dec. 
1641. B. 

Adams, John, of St. Matthew, Friday Street, 
bachelor, 25, and Bridget Ridley, spinster, 
21, with consent of her father, of co. Here- 
ford, gent., alleged by Richard Adams, of St. 
Mildred, clerk — at St. Mildred aforesaid, or 
St. Foster, London. 22 April, 1661. F. 

Adam.s, John, of Edmonton, iliddlcsex, bachelor, 
24, and Isabel Page, spinster, 20, daughter of 
William Page, of Hendon , said county, husband- 
man, who consents — at Hendon aforesaid. 11 
May, 1670. F. 

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Adams, John, of St. Foster, Foster Lane, London, 
('S(|., widower, and Elizabeth Wyseman, of 
llolestones, fo. Essex, spinster, 21, consent of 
mother, Elizabeth Wyseman, widow — at Bore- 
ham or Widford. 11 Aug. 1671. B. 

Adams, John, of Chesthunt, Herts, poulterer, 
bachelor, about '2\, his father's consent, and 
Philippa Asser, of Tewing, Herts, spinster, 
about 20, her father's consent — at Chesthunt 
aforesaid. 4 Dec. 1671. V. 

Adams, John (Addanis), of St. Olavo, Southwark, 
Surrey, bachelor, 25, and Elizabeth Uolden, of 
Bowlohurst, Beds, spinster, IG, her parents 
dead, with consent of Joseph llolden, her 
uncle and guardian — at Bowlehurst aforesaid. 
23 Nov. 1680. F. 

Adam.s, John, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, 
bachelor, 41, and Alice King, of St. Botolph, 
Bishopsgate, said city, widow — at St. Botolph 
aforesaid. 5 April, 1684. F. 

Ac(am.s, John, of St. Andrew, Uolborn, " a black," 
bachelor, and Hannah Chantrell, of same, 
spinster, 21 — at St. Botolph, Aldgate. 7 March, 
lG9i. B. 

Adams, John, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, bachelor, 
30, and Elizabeth Acanan, of same, widow, 35 
— at Trinity Chapel, in said parish. 25 April, 
1698. B. 

Adam.s, John, of the University of Cambridge, 
gent., bachelor, 22, and Anne Lett, of St. 
Giles, Cripplegate, London, spinster, 22, with 
her father's consent, at St. Giles aforesaid, 
or ... . 24 Feb. 170|. F. 

Adams, John, of St. Dunstan, Stepney, bachelor, 
27, and Sarah King, of same, spinster, 22 — 
at St. Clement Danes. 19 Aug. 1717. B. 

Adams, John Quincy, esq., of Boston, in North 
America, bachelor, above 21, and Louisa 
Catherine Johnson, of All Hallows Barking, 
London, spinster, above 21 — at All Hallows 
Barking aforesaid. 24 July, 1797. F, 

Aiam.s, Leonard, widower, and Anne King, widow 
9 Oct. 1C6G. D. 

Adams, Leonard, of St. Mary, Savoy, mariner, 
bachelor, 30, and Elizabeth Goodman, of same, 
widow. 20 May, 1098. B. 

Adams, Matthew, of Fulham, Middlesex, bachelor, 
27, and Martha Marshall, of Barnes, Surrey, 
spinster, 25, at her own disposal — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn. 14 Sept. 1687. B. 

Adams, ]\Iichael, of Ireton, co. York, clerk, 
bachelor, 27, and Anne Bradshaw, spinster, 
23, daughter of Elizabeth Bradshaw, of Eyam, 
CO. Derby, widow, who consents — at St. Faith, 
London, Ireton, or Eyam aforesaid, or All 
Hallows, in Cambridge. 16 Nov. 16G4. F. 

Adams, Nathaniel, of St. Giles - in - the - Fields, 
Middlesex, potter, bachelor, 27, and Susan 
Coleton, of same, maiden, 27, her parents dead 
— at St. Giles aforesaid, or St. Botolph, Alders- 
gate, London. 13 Dec. 1669. F, 

Adams, Nathaniel, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, 35, and Jane Davis, of same, spinster, 
26— at same. 15 Dec. 1692. B. 

Adams, Nicholas, and Mary Fissher, of the 
diocese of Westminster. 17 Jan. 151|. F. 

Adams, Nicholas, of St. Mary Magdalen, Ber- 
mondscy, co. Surrey, mealman, age 23 and 
upwards, and Jane Crosfeild, of same, widow, 
about 20, with consent of her father, James 
Launce — at Camberwell, co. Surrey. G June, 
1679. V. 

Adams, Nicholas, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
bachelor, 31, and Ann Lawrence, of same, 
widow— at St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish 
Street, or St. Bride, London. 5 Jan. 171f. F. 



Adams, Nicholas, of Pennyfield, parish of Stepney, 
mariner, bachelor, 32, and Susanna Cross, of 
Stepney Casey, in said parish, spinster, 31 — at 
Stepney. 29 Dec. 169G. B. 
Adams, Richard (Adames), grocer, of St. Mary 
Woolnoth, bachelor, 2<;, father dead, and 
Katherine Ashecroft, of St. Martin, Ludgate, 
30, widow of James Ashecroft, of same, com- 
figmaker, who died about nine weeks since 
— at St. Sepulchre, London. 5 Feb. IGOf. B. 

Adams, Kichard (Addams),of the City of London, 
butcher, and Lucy Baker, of same, spinster, 
daughter of — Baker, deceased. 14 Aug. 
1620. B. 

Adams, Richard, of the City of London, clerk, 
widower, about 50, and Ann Wadsworth, of 
St. Olave, Southwark, co. Surre)', widow, 
about 26 — at St. Saviour, Southwark, co. 
Surrey, or St. Leonard, Shoreditch, Middle- 
sex. 7 Sept. 1678. Y. 

Adams, Richard, of St. Martiu-iu-the-Fields, 
bachelor, 23, and Sarah J udd, of same, spinster, 
24— at same. 7 July, 1704. B. 

Adams, Richard, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, 22, and Elizabeth Garland, of Rat- 
cliffe, parish of Stepney, spinster, about 21 — 
at St. Clement Danes. 22 June, 1713. B. 

Adams, Robert, of St. Peter, Cornhill, and Eliza- 
beth Thurlande, widow, of Christchurch, New- 
irate — at Christchurch aforesaid. 2 June, 
1579. B. 

Adam.s, Robert, mariner, of St. Paul, Shadwell, 
bachelor, 24, and Sarah Smith, of Poplar, 
spinster, 19, consent of parents, on oath of 
William Smith, her father — at Stepney. 11 
July, 1699. B. 

Adams, Robert, of St. Bishopsgate {sic), London, 
bachelor, 25, and Jane Peirson, of Islington, 
Middlesex, spinster, 21, parents dead — at St. 
Sepulchre, London. 11 July, 1681. B. 

Adams, Robert, of St. James within the Liberty, 
in the co. of Middlesex, bachelor, 21, and 
Mary Julian, of same, spinster, 18, now maid- 
servant to Mrs. Dymocke, of same parish, also a 
spinster, parents dead — at St. Olave, Jury. 6 
Jan. 170§. B. 

Adams, Roger, of Gedlestone, and Agnes Spencer, 
spinster, daughter of Michael Spencer, of East- 
wick, Herts, yeoman, gen. lie, 10 Sept. 
1583. B. 

Adams, Samuel, of St. Olave, Southwark, bachelor, 
22, and Elizabeth Lunt, of Rotherhithe, 
spinster, 18, her parents dead, consent of her 
father-in-law, Nathaniel Cutler, of St. John, 
Wapping, sailmaker. 15 April, 1703. B. 

Adams, Samuel, of St. Olave, Southwark, 
widower, 50, and Mary Page, of same, 
widow, 30 — at St. Botolph, Aldgate. 18 Dec. 
1706. B. 

Adam.s, Symon (Addams) [in Vic. -General's book 
Adam], gent., of Westham, Essex, widower, 
about 50, and Grtace Awgus [in Vic- 
General's book Awgur], about 56, of same, 
widow of Richard Awgus [in Vic. -General's 
book Awgur], of City of London, apothecary, 
who died about five years past — at Westham 
aforesaid. 28 June, 1G03. B. 

Adams, Thomas, of Twickenham, Middlesex, 
yeoman, and Margaret Lancaster, of East 
Greenwich, co. Kent, spinster — at Chelsea, 
Middlesex. 4 Sept. 1623. B. 

Adam.s, Thomas (Adames), gent., of Cheshunt, 
Herts, widower, 36, and Elizabeth Emerscn, of 
same, widow, 30 — at St. Botolph, Aldersgate. 
18 Feb. 164?. B. 



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Adams, Thomas (Addatns), of St. Benot, Grace- 
church, gent., bachelor, 81, and Jane James, 
of Ightham, Kent, spinster, 20, consent of 
mother, Jane James, widow — at. . . . 28 Jan. 

1664. B. [This entry erased and " Vacat " 
Avritten.] 

Adams, Thomas, of St. Bennet, Gracechnrch, 
gent., bachelor, about 31, and Jane James, of 
Ightham, Kent, spinster, about 20, consent 
of mother Jane James, of 6ame, widow — at 
Ightham aforesaid. 28 Jan. IGG.V. V. 

Adams, Thomas, of Battersca, Surrey, gent., 
widower, about 35, and Mrs. Ann Jaggard, 
of Beddington, Surrey, spinster, 21 and 
upwards, her parents dead — at Stratham, 
Tootintr, or Martyn, co. Surrey. 11 April, 

1665. Y. 

Adams, Thomas (Addams), of New Windsor, 
Berks, widower,about 22, andEllcn aliasEUenor 
Mountaguc, of .... in said county, spinster, 
about 21, her father's consent — at Sunning- 
hill, or Windfill, said county. 14 Dec. 1669. V. 

Adams, Thomas, of Chelmsford, Essex, tallow- 
chandler, bachelor, 21, and Susan Shonk, of 
same, widow, 26 — at Stepney. 11 May, 1689. 
B. 

Adams, Thomas (Addams), of Chesham, Bucks, 
bachelor, 34, and Martha Millard, of Denham, 
Bucks, widow, 25 — at Lincoln's Inn Chapel. 
8 March, l^flg. B. 

Adams, Thomas, of St. Clement Danes, widower, 
34, and Ann King, of same, spinster, about 40 
— at same. 5 May, 1712. B. 

Adams, Thomas, widower, and Margaret Perkins, 
widow, both of St. Mary, Whitechapel — at 
Bromley, Stepney, or Bow, co. Middlesex. 30 
Dec. 1749. B. 

Adams, William, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, farrier, bachelor, and Elizabeth 
Martin, of St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, 
servant to Mr. Meade, cook — at St. Mary, 
Islington, Middlesex. 31 July, 1610. B. 

Adams, William, fustian maker, and MaryMorley, 
of Finchingfield, co. Essex, spinster, daughter 
of John Morley, deceased — at Finchingfield 
aforesaid. 4 Sept. 1618. B. 

Adams, William, of Great Stanmore, co. Middle- 
sex, yeoman, and Elizabeth Cocke (si'c), widow 
of Nicholas Cooke (sic) — at St. Bride, Fleet 
Street. 18 July, 1625. B. 

Adam.s, William, of Hornechurch, Essex, tanner, 
widower, 50, and Jillian Amarus, of same, 43, 
widow of John Amarus, deceased — at St. 
Botolph, Aldgate, or St. Mary Magdalen, Old 
Fish Street. 4 May, 1639. B. 

Adams, William, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, gent., bachelor, 23, and Ann Pike, of St. 
Mary-le-Bow, London, spinster, 17, her father 
dead, consent of her mother, Ann Pike, widow 
— at St. Mary Staining, London. 2 Jan. 164^. 

Adams, William, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 25, and Mary Manning 
of ... . spinster, 25, her parents dead — at 
St. Paul, Covent Garden, Middlesex. 13 Jan. 
167|. F. 

Adams, William, of St. Michael - le - Querne, 
London, citizen and fishmonger, bachelor, 
about 27, and Mrs. ]\Iary Adams, of Temps- 
ford, CO. Bedford, spinster, about 22, with 
consent of her mother, Mrs. Mary Adams, 
widow — at Tempsford or Amesbury, co. Bed- 
ford, 10 Dec. 1678. V. 

Adams, William, of St. Antholin, London, haber- 
dasher, bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Turner, of Hesse, co. Kent, spinster, about 
22 and upwards, at her own disposal- — at 
Croydon, co. Surrey or .... 25 Feb. 167§. V. 



Adams, William, of St. Andrew Undershaft, 
London, pewterer, widower, about 27, and 
Sarah Cramphorne, of Sabridgeworth, Herts, 
spinster, about 24, with consent of her mother, 
Mary Cramphorne, widow — at St. Andrew 
Undershaft aforesaid. 19 April, 1679. V. 

Adam.s, William, of Sprowston, Norfolk, esq., 21 
and upwards, and Mary Buller, of Islam, co. 
Cambridge, widow, granted at request of 
father of said William Adams. 13 June, 16S2. 
B. 

Adam.s, William, of Acton, Middlesex, widower, 
and Rebecca Russell, of same, spinster, 22, 
her parents dead — at Chiswick, Brentford, 
or Perrifield, CO. Middlesex. 10 June, 1687. F. 

Adam.s, William, of St. Bride, 44, and Mary 
King, of St. Andrew, Holborn, widow, 31 
— at St. Andrew aforesaid. 2 Jane, 1690. B. 

Adams, William, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
widower, 47, and Elizabeth Haydon, of same, 
widow, 46— at St. James, Duke Place. 12 Jan. 
169'^. B. 

Adam.s, William, of St. Dionis Backchurch, 
bachelor, 25, and Ann Phillis Morris, of St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, widow, 3i — at St. 
James, Duke's Place, alleged by Wm. Adams, 
of St. Martin, Ludgate, tailor. 22 Nov. 1697. B. 

Adams, William, of Paddington, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 28, and Mrs. Ann Burgess, of St. 
Giles, Cripplegate, spinster, 23 — at St. 
Bennet, Paul's Wharf. 3 Feb, I7lf . B. 

Adams, William, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
bachelor, 22, and Sarah Smith, of same, 
spinster, 21' — at Lincoln's Inn Chapel. 27 
June, 1719. B. 

Adams, William, of Lusam, Kent, bachelor, 28, 
and Elizabeth Hyde, of same, spinster, 28 — 
at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf. 22 July, 1720. B. 

Adams, William, advocate in the College of 
Doctors' Commons, London, Doctor of Laws, 
widower, and Mary Anne Cockayne, of St. 
Mary-l9-Bone, Middlesex, spinster, above 21 
— at St. Mary-le-Bone (said William Adams 
sworn before John Dodson, surr.). 4 Apiil, 
1811. B. 

Adam.son, Edmund, and Margaret Alsopp, of S^-. 
Martin Orgar, London — to marry tliere. 29 
April, 1559. B. 

Adamson, John, of Stamford, co. Lincoln, clerk, 
bachelor, about 30, and Mary Symonds, of Ken- 
sington, Middlesex, spinster, about 23, con- 
sent of father, — Symonds, merchant — at 
Fulham or Kensington, Middlesex. 9 May, 
1663. V. 

Adam.son, Thomas, of St. Nicholas Aeon, 
London, and Alice Kitler, widow, of Chipping 
Barnett, Herts— at Sandridge, Herts. 6 Aug. 
1579. B. 

Adam.son, Timothy, of Bury St. Edmond, Suffolk, 
clerk, bachelor, about 27, and Martha Feltham, 
of same, widow — at Westley, Hessett, or St. 
Mary, in Bury aforesaid. 14 Jan. 166^. V. 

Addams. See Adams. 

Adderley, Sir Charles, knight, of Hams Hall, co. 
Warwick, Middlesex, about 40, and Mrs. 
Frances Jesson, of Coventry, said county, 
widow, about 35— at Colshill, co. Warwick. 
18 Nov. 1662. V. 

Adderley, CLarles, of Hams, co. Warwick, esq-, 
widower, 30, and Constance Willmore, of 
Sywell, CO. Northampton, widow, 24, and late 
ux. — Willmore, of same, deceased— at St. 
Andrew, Holborn, or St. Giles-in-the-Fielde. 
4 Feb. 164,V. B. 

Addis, Thomas, " fabrum," and Frances Dier, of 
St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, widow of Philip 
Dyer, late of same, " fabri," gen. lie, 30 April, 
1596. B, 



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Addison, Edward, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
Middlesex, gent., bachelor, 28, and Margaret 
Edwards, of Leeds Castle, co. Kent, spinster, 24, 
with consent of her mother, Joane Edwards, 
widow — at Leeds aforesaid, or ... . 21 Ang. 
1685. F. 

Addison, Lancelot, of Milston, co. Wilts, clerk, 
bachelor, about 34, and Jane Gouldston [i.e., 
Gulston], of St. Clement Danes, spinster, 
about 25, alleged by Francis Ashley, of St. 
Clement Danes, gent. — at St. Clement Danes, 
St. Mary, Savoy, or Gray's Inn chapel. 11 
June, 1670. V. 

Adelame, John, of St. Gabriel, Fenchurch, yeo- 
man, and Mary Wrighte, of All Hallows 
Barking, widow of Richard Wrighte, late of 
same, "botesone," gen. lie, 12 April, 15S9. 
B. 

Adei'ton, Anthony, and Katherine Wade, widow, 
of Stepney — to marry there. 31 Oct, 1572 
B. 

Aderton, John, of All Hallows - in - the - Wa"l.. 
London, merchant taylor, and Joane Cannon 
widow of same, relict of — Cannon, late of the 
City of London, gen. lie, 19 Sept. 1589. B. 

Aditor, Thomas, of Harvil, co. Middlesex, husband- 
man, and Elizabeth Palmer, of Hillingdon, said 
county, widow of Robert Palmer, late of same, 
butcher — at Hillingdon aforesaid. 10 May, 
1620. B. 

Adkyns, Ambrose, husbandman, and Avice 
Dowghtie, of London, spinster, daughter of 
Thomas Dowghtie, of West Drayton, yeoman, 
gen. lie, 16 June, 1593. B. 

Adlande, Miles, of St. John, Walbrook, merchant 
taylor, and Jane Sleighe, spinster, of St. 
Mildred, Poultry, daughter of John Sleighe, of 
Barwick, mercer — at St. Stephen, Coleman 
Street. 22 April, 1583. B. 

Adlington, Walter, of Exeter House, co. Middle- 
sex, gent., about 25, and Mrs. Avis Joyner, of 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster, about 19, 
her parents consent — at St. Martin afore- 
said. 22 Dec. 1666. V. 

Adney, John, of Inner Temple, gent., bachelor, 
32, and Mary Steedman, 41, widow of Edmund 
Steedman, late of St. Mildred, Poultry, 
milliner, deceased — at Hackney, co. Middlesex. 
9 Feb. 161t. B. 

Adson, John, of St. Sepulchre, London, musician, 
and Jane Lanarie, of same, spinster, daughter 
of Abraham Lauarie, of St. Trinity, in the city 
of Ely, brewer — at St. Sepulchre aforesaid. 
16 Feb. 161f. B. 

Adwaye, John, barber, and Elizabeth Roberts, 
of St. Sepulchre, London, widow of Thomas 
Roberts, late of same, merchant taylor — at St. 
Sepulchre aforesaid. 20 July, 1598. B. 

Adye, John (Addyc), and Elizabeth Walker, widow 
of city of Westminster — at St. Margaret, West- 
minster. 10 Jan. 157f . D. 

Adye, John, of Gray's Inn, gent., bachelor, about 
25, and Mrs. Elizabeth Stuart, of Hartley 
Maudit, CO. Southampton, spinster, about 21, 
consent of father, Sir Nicholas Stuart, 
bart. — at Hartley Maudit or Worniesey, co. 
Southampton. 21 Dec. 1672. V. 

Adye, Thomas, of New Inn, bachelor, about 21, 
and Mary Carpenter, of St. Clement Danes, 
spinster, about 20, her father's consent, 
alleged by Roger Adye, of St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, fnrrier — at St. Andrew, Ilolborn, or 
Gray'ti Inn chapel. 3 Feb, 167i. V. 



Adye, Thomas (Adio), of St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
London, baker, bachelor, 24, and Anne Cocking, 
spinster, a minor, above 18, daughter of 
William Cocking, of same, distiller, who con- 
sents — at St. Giles aforesaid or St. Luke, 
Middlesex. 17 Nov. 1738. F. 

Adye, William (Addo), of St. Mary-at-Hill, London, 
cordwainer, and Anne Alderson, of same, widow 
— at same. 16 Sept. 1626. B. 

A^ar, Richard, esq., of Middle Temple, bachelor, 

39, and Elizabeth Tregenna, spinster, 20, 
parents consent, attested by her father, 
Edward Tregenna, esq. — at St. Alphage. 
9 Oct. 1707. B. 

Agar, Thomas, of the Middle Temple, esq., 
widowei", and Mary Bolles, of St. Clement 
Danes, Middlesex, spinster, about 22, her 
parents dead — at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, or 
the chapel of Clarendon House, in said parish. 
8 June, 1674. F. 

Agar, William, of Gray's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
about 23, and Mrs. Elizabeth Ward, of White- 
chapel, Middlesex, spinster, about 17, consent 
of father, John Ward, of same, " iremonger," 
at parish church of Whitechapel aforesaid. 
7 Nov. 1677. V. 

Ag'ard, John, esq., of Foston, co. Derby, bachelor, 

40, and Mary Adderly, of South Mims, Middle- 
sex, spinster, 19, daughter of John Adderley, 
esq., of same, who consents — at St. Antholin. 
20 May, 1634. B. 

Aggas, Edward, of Wymondham, co. Norfolk, 
clerk, and Elizabeth Beckett, of Westminster, 
spinster — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 13 
Nov. 1613. D. 

Aglionby, George, B.D., of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, bachelor, 36, and Sibella Smith, of 
same, spinster, 26, at own disposal, alleged by 
Erasmus Smith, of same, gent. — at All Hal- 
lows - the - Great or St. Magnus-the-Martyr. 
3 July, 1635. B. 

Aglionby, William, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, 50, and Catherine Hildeyard, 
spinster, 24, her parents dead — at St. James, 
Duke's Place. 9 July, 1702. B. 

Ag3mor, Nicholas, of St. Martin-le-Grand, and 
Margaret Grene, spinster, of St. Margaret, 
New Fish Street, at St. Margaret aforesaid. 
30 Nov. 1568. B. ' 

Ainge, John, of St. Catherine, Tower of London, 
citizen, fishmonger, bachelor, about 25, and 
Elizabeth Deaue, of St. Margaret Pattens, 
Loudon, spinster, about 19, consent of father, 
Clutterbuck Deane, of Minchinghampton, co. 
Gloucester, gent. — at St. Margaret Pattens 
aforesaid. 17 Jan. 167f. V. 

Ainge, Samuel, of Haysley, co. Warwick, clerk, 
bachelor, 30, and Susannah Parsons, of 
Kingston-on-Thames, co. Surrey, widow, about 
30 — at St. Mildred, Bread Street, London, or 
.... 16 Sept. 16.S6. F. 

Ainge, Thomas, fee Ange. 

Ainsworth., John. See AtiNswokth. 

Aiscoiighe, John, and Griselle Take, he of diocese 
of London and she of diocese of Canterbury. 
18 Dec. 1545. F. 

Aisgill, Joshua, S. T. P., and Hester Sandford, 
spinster. 11 Nov. 1628. D. 

Aishdone, Thomas, of Westminster, bachelor, and 
Mary Dave, of Lyngfield, Surrey, spinster — 
at St. Margaret, Westminster. 25 Sept. 1620. 
D. 

Aishe, Christopher, of Lincoln's Inn, gent., 
bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Penelope Peedle, 
of Stow-in-the-Wold, co. Gloucester, spinster, 
about 15, consent of mother, Mrs. Anne 
Fletcher, alias Peedle — at Upper Swell, co. 
Gloucester. 20 Dec. 1673. Y. 



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Aishe, Jolm, of Lincoln's lun, gent., bachelor, 
about 24, and Frances Clutterbook, of Wells, 
CO. Somerset, spinster, about 20, consent of 
her parents, James and Elizabeth Clutterbook 
— at parish of Cuthbert, in town of Wells, 
or .... CO. Somerset. 20 June, 1672. V. 

Aishe, Thomas (Aysshe), gent.,of St. Martin- in-the- 
Fields, bachelor, 2-i, and Katherine Sheppard, 
of same, spinster, 22, her parents deceased — at 
St. Martin aforesaid. 30 Oct. 1627. 13. 

Aishton, Robert, of St. James, Garlick Hithe, 
and Elizabeth Kyrshawe, of same, widow, gen. 
He, 30 Sept. 1561. B. 

Akerman, Henry, of St. Leonard, Sboreditch, 
Middlesex, weaver, bachelor, and Joane 
Dawbncy, of same, spinster, daughter of 
Humphrey Dawbney, late of same, musician, 
deceased — at St. Leonard aforesaid. 27 May, 
1620. B. 

Akers, Bartholomew, of St. Martin-in-the-Pields, 
Middlesex, widower, and Joane Jones, of same, 
spinster — at St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish 
Street, London. 19 Dec. 1661. B. 

Alamby, Eichard, of Waltham Cross, Herts, 
yeoman, and Mary Skelson, spinster, daughter 
of — Skelson, late of co. Leicester, deceased — at 
St. Trinity-the-Less, London. llJan. 161o. B. 

Albanie, William, jun., of City of London, mer- 
chant taylor, and Margaret Allatt, spinster, of 
St. Margaret Moyses, daughter of — Allatt, 
citizen and alderman of London, gen. lie, 14 
Feb. 158|. B. 

Alcetor, Robert, and Agnes Allen, spinster, of 
St. j\Iartin-in-the-Fields, to marry there. 
6 May, 1574. B. 

Alcliorn, John, gent., of Feversham, Kent, 
bachelor, 23, and Anne Beverton, of St. 
Catherine Creo Church, spinster, 23, daughter 
of Simon Beverton, citizen and clothworker, 
deceased — at St. Andrew Wardrobe. 25 April, 
1629. B. 

Alchorn, John, jun., of Boughton Munchelsea, 
CO. Kent, esq., bachelor, 30, and Frances 
Colepepyr, spinster, about 24, daughter of 
Dame Helen Colepepyr, of Aylesford, said 
county, widow, who consents — at Aylesford or 
Ditton, CO. Kent. 15 Feb. 166'^. F. 

Alcliom, Richard (Alcliorne), of Crowhurst, 
Sussex, esq., and Elizabeth Ball, of Town 
Mailing, Kent, widow — in any church in said 
county. 4 March, 166|. F. 

Alcocke, Lawrence, of Midhurst, Sussex, esq., 
bachelor, above 23, and Mrs. Anne Fuller, of 
Watford, Herts, spinster, 20, with consent of 
her father, Edward Fuller, of same, esq. — at 
Watford aforesaid. 6 May, 1701. F. 

Alcocke, Nicholas (Alcokc), of diocese of West- 
minster, and Margaret Turner, of diocese of 
London. 23 Feb. 154J. 

Alcocke, William (Awcocko), of St. Catharine 
Cree Church, bachelor, 22, and Rebecca 
Richardson, of same, spinster, 22, daughter 
of William Richardson, of Pomfret, co. York, 
gent., at St. Faith. 20 April, 1633. B 

Aldaye, John, of Harwich, Essex, and Anne 
Cowper, widow, of Stepney, relict of William 
Cowper, of same, mariner — at Stepney. 1 June, 
1584. B. 

Alden, Charles. See Alldex. 

Alden, Gawin, and Joanna Cogerams, widow, of 
City of London, gen. lie, 30 Aug. 1572. B. 

Alden, Thomas, and Mary Parker, spinster, of 
Watford, gen.Uc, 21 July, 1574. B. 

Alder, William, of City of London, fletcher, and 
Mary Freeman, spinster, of St. Bartholomew, 
Exchange, London, daughter of John Freeman, 
late of CO. Worcester, yeoman, deceased, gen. 
lie, 14 Oct. 1586. B. 



Aldernian, John, of Brigstock, co. Northampton, 
gent., bachelor, 23, and Mrs. Martha Maiden, 
of Wittlesford, co. Cambridge, spinster, 30, her 
parents dead — at St. Martin - in - the - Fields, 
Middlesex, or ... . 1 June, 1698. P. 

Alderne, Thomas, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
citizen and draper, widower, about 25. and Mrs. 
EUinor Guise, of same, spinster, about 18, her 
father's consent — at St. Olave, Southwark, 
Surrey. 11 Aug. 1675. V. 

Aldersey, John, of St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, 
citizen and dyer, bachelor, about 24, and Mrs. 
Elizabeth Baines, of same, spinster, about 18, 
with consent of her mother, ]\[r3. Baines, 
widow — at St. Dunstan-in-the-East, London. 

8 July, 1678. V. 

Alderson, Anthony, gent., of St. Giles, Cripple- 
gate, bachelor, 50, and Margaret Askell, of 
St. Michael Basishaw, spinster, 30, her parents 
dead— at Stepney or All Hallows-in-the-Wall. 

9 April, 1634. B. 

Aldei'son, Samuel, of St. Mary Magdalen, Ber- 
mondsey, co. Surrey, clerk, and Mrs. Anne 
Walton, of St. Paucras, SoperLanc, London, 
spinster, about 19, with her father's consent — 
at Caniberwell, co. Surrey. 9 Sept. 1678. Y. 

Alderton, John, and Alice Whiting, spinster, of 
City of London, gen. lie. 1 Sept. 1578. B. 

Aldred, Richard, and Elizabeth SteV-ensou, of 
Westminster. 28 Nov. 1631. D. 

Aldredd, Robert, of St Sepulchre, and Matilda 
Collins, widow, of St. Michael, Queenhithe, 
gen. lie, 13 Jan. 157i. B. 

Aldrich, Peter, of St. Alphage, London, currier, 
and Catherine Rowell, of St. Stephen, 
Coleman Street, said city, widow of John 
Rowell, late of same, draper— at St. Alphage 
aforesaid. 15 Feb. 16^^. B. 

Aldridgce, Richard, yeoman, and Anne Miller, 
spinster, daughter of — Miller, deceased — at 
St. Mary-at-Hill. 31 July, 1624. B. 

Aldridge, Samuel, of Clement's Inn, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Dorothy Gould, 
of Iver, Bucks, spinster, about 20, her father's 
consent— at St. Peter, Chalfont, co. Bucks. 
21 Aug. 1672. Y. 

Aldwell, Thomas, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
tailor, and Margaret Langton, of St. Anne, 
Blackfriars, London, widow of Peter Langton 
—at St. Anne, Blackfriars, aforesaid. 15 Jan. 
162f B. 

Aldwin, Philip, of Aldenham, Herts, bachelor, about 
24, and Susanna Weekes, of same, spinster, 
about 20, with consent of her mother, her 
father dead, alleged by John Burgis, of St. 
Sepulchre, London, gent. — at Aldenham afore- 
said, or St. Sepulchre, St. Bartholomew-the- 
Great, or All Hallows Barking, London. 25 
Feb. 167^. Y. 

Aldworth, Henry, of St. Mary Overy, Surrey, 
bachelor, 37, and Ann Tracy, of St. Martin, 
Yintry, widow, 38 — at St. Botolph, Aldgate. 
8 Jan. 170J. B. 

Aldworth, Thomas, of St. Mary-at-Hill, fish- 
monger, and Alice Briante, of St. Magnus, 
said city, spinster, daughter of Thomas 
Briante, of Bedmester, co. Somerset, yeoman 
—at St. Magnus aforesaid. 26 Oct. 1609. B. 

Aldyn, Edward, husbandman, and Sarah Weden, 
of Watford, Herts, spinster, daughter of 
William Weden, of same, yeoman — at St. 
Giles-inthe-Fields, Middlesex. 28 Feb. 160|. 
B. 

Alexander, Augustine,gent.,and YenetiaTwydall, 
spinster, of Rickmans worth, Herts, daughter 
of John Twjdall, of same, gent., gen. lie. 

10 Jan. 158^ B.' 



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Alexander, Christopher.baker, and JoaneBroughe, 
of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, spinster, 
daughter of Kichard Broughe, of Newland, co. 
Gloucester, blacksmith— at St. Botolph, 
Aldgate, aforesaid. 13 May, 1598. B. 

Alexander, Edmund, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
gent., widower, 48, and Mary Stoedman, of 
same, spinster, 27, at her own disposal — at 
St. Martin, Ludgate. 20 Dec. 1637. B. 

Alexander, Edward, of St. Catharine Cree 
Church, London, gent., widower, about 3G, and 
Mrs. Elizabeth Pampion, of Stepney, Middle- 
sex, widow, about 30 — at Stepney, White- 
chapel, or St. James, Duke's Place, London. 
29 July, 1G68. V. 

Alexander, George, of Finchley, co. Middlesex, 
husbandman, and Dorothy Simpson, of same, 
spinster, daughter of Thomas Simpson, 
husbandman — at Finchley aforesaid. 1 Nov. 
1619. B. 

Alexander, the Right Hon. Henry. Earl of 
Sterling, in Scotland, bachelor, about 30, and 
Judith Lee, spinster, 18, daughter of Robert 
Lee, of Binfield, oo. Berks, esq., who consents, 
alleged by Philip Lee, of St. Dionis Back- 
church, London, citizen and grocer — at 
Binfield or Wokingham, Berks. 23 Dec. 1663. F. 

Alexander, Henry, Earl of Sterling [he signs 
"Stirline"], in the kingdom of Scotland, 
widower, and Dame Priscilla Reynolds, of 
Elvetham, co. Southampton, widow — at St. 
Mary-at-Hill, London, or St. Clement Danes, or 
St. Paul, Covent Garden, Middlesex. 17 Nov. 
1683. P. 

Alexander, Nicholas, of St. Gregory, London, 
bachelor, 29, and Johanna Smith, spinster, 16, 
daughter of Stephen Smith, of Blackmore, co. 
Essex, esq., who consents — at Blackmore or 
Stoneden, co. Essex. 15 Sept. 1663. F. 

Alexander, Peter, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
gent., bachelor, about 2 i, and Frances Scurrier, 
of same, spinster, about 25, and at own disposal 
— St. James, Clerkenwell, or Kentish Town, 
Middlesex. 10 Aug. 1668. V. 

Alexander, Richard, of St. Mary, Savoy, fish- 
monger, and Isabell Withington, of St. Mary 
Somerset, London, widow — at St. Mary 
Somerset aforesaid. 3 June, 1626. B. 

Alexander, Paul, and Alice Gwilliams, of city of 
Westminster, widow. 20 May, 1639. D. 

Alexander, Thomas, 1561. See ALisArxDEU. 

Alexander, Thomas, of Penthurst, co. Kent, 
gent., bachelor, about 32, and Mrs. Sarah 
Courbridge, of same, widow, about 26— at St. 
Gregory, London. 29 April, 1665. V. 

Alexander, William, of St. Helen, London, 
scrivener, and Elizabeth Malcott, of same, 
spinster— at St. Helen aforesaid. 17 Feb. 
162^. B. 

Alexander, William, of Binfield, Berks, esq., 
bachelor, 2G, and Mrs. Mary Smith, of Turvill 
Court, CO. Bucks, widow, 28— at Turvill 
Court aforesaid, or. . . . 24 May, 1693. F. 

Alfeild, Edward, carpenter, and Anne Man, of the 
City of London, spinster, daughter of Anthony 
Man, mariner— at St. Jlary Abchurch, London. 
18 Oct. 1617. B. 

Alford, Edward, of Christchurch, London, 
grocer, and Sarah Harding, of St. Faith, 
London, spinster, daughter of John Harding, 
yeoman, deceased — at All Hallows Barking, 
London. 1 May, 1631. B. 



Alford, Sir Edward, of Offington, Sussex, knight, 
bachelor, about 40, and Mary Cooper, of 
Cashoebury, Herts, about 38, widow of Sir 
John Cooper, late of St. Giles, co. Dorset, 
knight and bart., deceased — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn. 11 Dec. 1632. F. 

Alford, John, of St. Andrew, Holborn, esq., 21 
and upwards, and Mrs. Sarah Jackson, of 
same, spinster, about 17, her parents dead, 
consent of her uncle and guardian, Philip 
Jackson — at St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 4 Dec. 
1667. V. 

Alford, Richard (Alforde), and Jane Bryggs, 
widow, of St. Anne, Blackfriars — to marry 
there. 10 Dec. 1575. B. 

Alford, Robert, of the city cf Wells, gent., 29, 
and Sarah Blackdon, of Winsham, co. 
Somerset, spinster, above 21 — at St. Cuthbert, 
Wells, or ... . 12 Dec. 1689. F. 

Alford, Thomas, draper, bachelor, and Margaret 
Harrison, of same, spinster, daughter of Martin 
Harrison, late of Colchester, co. Essex, 
clothier, deceased — at St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
Middlesex. 5 Dec. 1620. B. 

Alford, Thomas, gent., of Salisbury, Wilts, 
bachelor, 30, and Bennett Bensford, of Wan- 
stead, Esses, spinster, 24 — at St. John 
Zachary. 6 Sept. 1634. B. 

Alfrey, Mickepher (Alphrey) (sic subs.), of St. 
Martin-in-Fields, gent., widower, about 42, 
and Mary Wood, of Chelsey, Middlesex, 
spinster, about 25, at own disposal — at St. 
Michael, Cornhill. 1 Jane, 1666. V. 

Algate, Martin, of Ratcliffe, co. Middlesex, 
mariner, bachelor, and Mary Skott, of same, 
spinster, daughter of Edward Skott, late of 
same, mariner, deceased — at Stepney, co. 
Middlesex. 20 Jan. 16U. B. 

Algood, Richard, and Sence Dunne, of St. Botolph, 
Aldersgate, gen. lie, 14 Sept. 1570. B. 

Alie, Abel. See Aly. 

Alie, Richard, of City of London, merchant, 
bachelor, about 30, and Lucy Sweet, of 
Moulsey, Surrey, spinster, about 22, consent 
of father, Henry Sweet, esq. — at Moulsey 
aforesaid. 24 Feb. 166f . V. 

Alies, Edward, gent., of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
bachelor, 27, and Hanna Taylor, of same, 
maiden, 23 — at St. Andrew, Holborn, or St. 
Bride, London. 13 Nov. 1637. B. 

Aliheyn, Robert, of Little St. Bartholomew, 
London, yeoman, and '"Marciam" Ryvers, 
of same, widow, gen. lie, 31 Oct. 1565. B. 

Aling'ton, Christopher (Alliugton), of Bearden, co. 
Essex, esq., and Anne Cosbie, of Manudon, said 
county, spinster, daughter of — Cosbie, 
deceased — at Bearden aforesaid. 21 Oct. 
1615. B. 

Alingi;on, Sir Giles, knight, and — Argall, 
widow, of St. Faith-the-Virgin, London, gen. 
lie, 21 June, 1564. B. 

Alington, Giles, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 40, and Mary Lunn, of St. Botolph, 
Aldgate, London, spinster, 38 — at St. Mary 
Aldermary, or St. Mary Abchufch, London. 
27 May, 1687. F. 

Alington, Henry (Allington), of St. Michael 
Bassishaw, aud Anne Elkyn, widow, of St. 
Faith, London. 2 Jan. 157}. B. 

Alington, Henry, of Hoddesdon, parish of 
Brosbourne, co. Herts, esq., bachelor, 22, and 
Elizabeth Bowyer, of Leighton, Essex, spinster, 
18, consent of her mother, Katherine Bowyer, 
widow — at All Hallows Barking, or St. Mary, 
Whitechapel. 7 July, 1663. B. 



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Alington, Henry, of All Hallows, Broad 
Street, London, bachelor, 28, and Eliza- 
beth Havers, spinster, 22, daughter of 
Gilbert Havers, of St. George, Southwark, co. 
Surrey, esq., who consents — at, Barnett, co. 
Herts. 15 Aug. 1661. F. 

Aling'ton, the Right Hon. William, Lord of 
Alington, widower, about 30, and Julian Noel, 
spinster, about 16, daughter of the Right 
Hon. the Lord Viscount Canipden, who 
consents — at .... in co. Northampton or 
Rutland. 30 July, 1661. F. 

Alington, Hugh (Allington), of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, widower, about 28, and Mrs. Jane 
Leister, of St. Clement Danes, spinster, about 
22, her parents dead — at St. Clement afore- 
said. 26 June, 1671. V. 

Aling'ton, John, of St. Antholin, London, draper, 
and Alice Elkyn, spinster, of St. Mary Wool- 
church — at Wormley, Herts. 18 Dec. 1581. 
B. 

Alington, tho Right Hon. William, Lord, of 
Horsheath, co. Cambridge, widower, and the 
Hon. Lady Diana Verney, widow, daughter of 
the Right Hon. William, Earl of Bedford— 
at St. Paul, Covont Garden, Middlesex. 5 July, 
1675. F. 

Alisaunder,Thomas,and Margaret Pynde,spinster, 
of Great Wigborowe — to marry there, 6 Oct. 
1561. B. 

Alkin, John, bachelor, aged 11 (sic), son of 
Richard Alkin, esq., of City of London (who 
alleges), and Mrs. Mary Greene, spinster, 14, 
consent of mother, Mrs. Mary Greene, widow 
—at St. George Botolph Lane. 22 July, 1693. 
B. 

Alkin, Thomas, of St. Augustine, London, grocer, 
and Mary Newman, of St. Gregory, London, 
spinster, daughter of Thomas Newman, 
deceased — at Stepney, co. Middlesex. 12 July, 
1G17. B. 

Alkyns, James, of St. Benet Fink, ironmonger, 
and Katherine Garton, spinster, of St. 
Margaret, New Fish Street, daughter of Giles 
Garton, of same, ironmonger — at St. Margaret, 
New Fish Street. 27 Nov. 1583. B. 

AUabaster, Mr. William, D.D., of St. Mary Wool- 
noth , bach.elor, 50, and Katherine Lloyd, of 
same, widow of Thomas Lloyd, esq., deceased 
—at St. Bennett Sherehogg. 20 Jane, 1618. 
B. 

AUaby, Thomas, of Great St. Bartholomew, 
London, gent., widower, about 40, and Rebecca 
Terrett, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, widow, 
about 35 — at St. Gregory or St. Peter, 
Paul's Wharf. 19 Feb. 166 5. V. 

AUam, Esaia, of All Hallows, Lombard Street, 
and Jane Lloide, of St. Andrew Undershaft, 
spinster — at St. Andrew Undershaft. 28 Nov. 
1578. B. 

Allam, Eugene, of St. Mary Magdalen, Ber- 
mondsey, and Ursula Bel'ingham, of St. 
Andrew Undershaft, London, spinster — at 
St. Michael, Queenhithe, London. 8 Sept. 
1626. B. 

Allam, William, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent, 
bachelor, about 27, and Bridget Clifton, of St. 
Margaret, Westminster, spinster, about 25, and 
at own disposal — at St. Mary, Savoy. 21 Sept. 
1671. V. . J f 

Allanson. See also Allenson. 

AUanson, Charles, of tho Middle Temple, esq., 
bachelor, 31, and Alethea Tempest, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, widow — at St. Andrew, 
aforesaid, or ... 23 July, 1698. F. 



Allanson, Francis (Alanson), of Wem, co. Salop, 
gent., bachelor, about 22, and Dorothy North- 
leigh, of St. Michael Basishaw, London, spinster, 
about 22, her mother's consent — at Greenwich, 
Kent. 28 March, 1676. V. 

Allanson, John, of Croft, co. York, bachelor, and 
Mary Meriton, of St. Antholin, London, 
spinster — at St. Nicholas Aeon, London. 
11 Nov. 1661. B. 

Allanson, Ralph (Alanson"), and Elizabeth Good, 
widow, relict of Richard Good, of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, to marry there. 26 Sept. 1583. B. 

Allanson, William (Alanson), of St. Margaret, 
Westminster, gent., widower, about 42, and Mrs. 
Sarah Osbalston, of same, widow, about 41 — 
at St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 3 Sept. 1668. V. 

Allden, Charles, yeoman, and I\Iary Fotherley, of 
Rickmansworth, Herts, spinster, daughter of 
Thomas Fotherley, of same, gent., gen. lie. 
15 Jan. 159|. B. 

Allen, Barkley, gent., of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 37, and Joane Neve, of 
All Hallows Barking, London, 23, widow of 
Henry Neve, merchant taylor — at St. Mary, 
Savoy, Middlesex. 13 April, 1620. B. 

Allen, Edmund, gent., and Anne Hopkins, of St. 
Mary-at-Hill, London, spinster, daughter of 
— Hopkins, deceased — at St. Mary - at - 
Hill aforesaid. 16 Jan. 162.^. B. 

Allen, Edward, of Broad Street, London, citizen 
and scrivener, of London, bachelor, about 24, 
and Mrs. Judith Bull, of St. Catharine Cree 
Church, spinster, about 19, consent of her 
uncle, Allen Cliffe, esq., her parents dead — 
at St. Peter-the-Poor, London. 8 April, 1670. 
V. 

Allen, Edward, of St. Ethelburgh, London, 
bachelor, 30, and Elizabeth Cornwallis, 
spinster, 20, daughter of Charles Cornwallis, 
of Rook, CO. Worcester, es(|., who consents — 
at St. Bartholomew-the-Gi'eat or Less, London. 
1 Jan. I67f. F. 

Allen, Francis, of Little Stanmore, co. Middlesex, 
oat mealman, bachelor, and Anne Philpott, of 
same, spinster, daughter of — Philpott, 
deceased — at Christ Church, London. 5 Feb. 
161g. B. 

Allen, George, and Dorothy Crook, widow, of 
City of London — anywhere in diocese. 
15 April, 1555. B. 

Allen, George ( Alley n). Dr. of Physic, widower, 
40, and Elizabeth Walker, 28, widow of Jeromy 
Walker, gent., who died about Ik years since, 
attested by her brother, Richard Barlee, of 
Loudon, gent. — at St. Faith, London. 15 Aug. 
1614. B. 

Allen, George, of St. Michael, Queenhithe, London, 
cloth worker, and Katherine Slarks, sjiiDSter, 
daughter of — Slarks, deceased — at All 
Hallows, Honey Lane, London. 4 Nov. 1624. 
B. 

Allen, George, gent., of St. Sepulchre, bachelor, 
28, and Penelope Woodward, of same, widow, 
30, relict of Thomas Woodward, deceased — 
at St. Mary, Savoy. 26 July, 1628. B. 

Allen, George (Aleyn), esq., of Hatfield Peverell, 
CO. Essex, widower, 30, and Martha .Tones, of 
St. Anne, Blackfriars, spinster, 22, her parents 
dead — at St. Ann, Blackfriars. 13 June, 1640. 
B. 

Allen, Henry, of St. Sepulchre, London, widower, 
and Elizabeth Hasten, of same, widow of 
Thomas Haston, late of same, ponlter — at 
St. Bennet, Paul^ Wharf, London. 31 Oct. 
1G16. B. 



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Allen, Henry, of the Inner Temple, esq., bacbelor, 
27, and Frances Drury, spinster, 30, daughter 
of Sir Henry Drury, late of Hudgeley, co. 
Backs, knight, deceased, with consent of her 
mother. Dame Saean Drary, of same, widow 
— at Hugely aforesaid. G Feb. 1C3|. F. 

Allen, Hugh, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
taylor, bachelor, and Hester Floud (in margin 
Lloyd), of same, spinster — at St. Leonard, in 
St. Martin-le-Grand. 26 Sept. 1622. D. 

Allen, James, of Lincoln's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
about 25, and Lucretia Johnson, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, spinster, about 26, at own 
disposal — at St. Clement Danes, or at Meere, 
CO. Stafford. 26 Sept. 1GG7. V. 

Allen, John (Alen), and Margaret Knyghton, of 
diocese of Westminster. 11 Xov. loll. F. 

Allen, John (Alen), and Elizabeth Casshyng, of 
London. — May, 1518. F. 

Allen, John, of St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish 
Street, and Barsaba Walden, spinster, of St. 
Martin, Ludgate, gen. lie, 17 Xov. 1570. 
B. 

Allen, John, and Elizabeth Wright, spinster, to 
marry at Feltham. 12 May, 1572. B. 

Allen, John, of Uxbridge, Middlesex, glover, and 
Agnes Peter, widow, of same, gen. lie, 
5 Dec. 15S0. B. 

Allen, John, smith, and KatherineSmithe, spinster, 
of Kelvedon, Essex, to marry there. 10 July, 
1581. B. 

Allen, John, of London, barber-surgeon, and Mary 
Elliott, spinster, of St. Magnus, London, 
daughter of Robert Elliott, of Wickham, co. 
Bucks, yeoman^at St. Andrew Hubbard, 
London. 23 Oct. 1594. B. 

Allen, John, of St. Andrew, Holbom, barber, and 
Margery Fletcher, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, widow of Thomas Fletcher, gent. — - 
at St. Mary Mounthaw, London. 17 Sept. 
1621. B. 

Allen, John, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, 
butcher, and Bridget Stanes, of Stepney, said 
county, her parents dead — at St. Marv, Isling- 
ton, Middlesex. 16 Aug. 1622. B. 

Allen, John, of Heybridge, Essex, clothier, and 
Elizabeth Withams, of Chelmsford, said 
county, spinster — at Chelmsford aforesaid. 
5 Aug. 1624. B. 

Allen, John, gent., of St. Lawrence, Old Jtiry, 
bachelor, 26, and Thomazine Stampe, of same, 
widow, 30 — at St. Lawrence aforesaid, or at 
Thistleworth. 15 July, 1626. B. 

Allen, John, gent., of Elson, co. Norfolk, bachelor, 
40, and Alice Adams, of Ware, Herts, 30, 
widow of Richard Adams, deceased — at St. 
Faith or St. Mary Mounthaw. 18 Dec. 1626. 
B. 

Allen, John, gent., of Chigwell, Essex, widower, 
54. and Jane Bardolfe, of Roapsford parish, 
Hornchurch, Essex, widow, 45 — at St. Nicholas 
AcoD. 11 Sept. 1637. B. 

Allen, John, gent., of Chigwell, Essex, bachelor, 
22, and Jane Bardolfe, of same, spinster, 16, 
consent of her mother, Jane Bardolfe alias 
Allen, as attested by her husband. John Allen, 
at Lamboume, Essex. 1 Oct. 1638. B. 

Allen, John (Alleyn), of Stone, co. Kent, gent., 
widower, 36, and Frances Somers, of St. Mar- 
garet, near Rochester, said county, widow, 
about 40 — at St. Margaret aforesaid, Would- 
ham, or Stone aforesaid. 15 Dec. 1618. 
F. 

Allen, John, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, esq., 
bachelor, about 40, and Dame Frances Towers, 
of same, widow — at Greenwich, Kent. 19 Aug. 
1675. V. 



Allen, John, of Bridgnorth, co. Salop, Dr. of 
Physic, 21 and upwards, and Prudence 
Edwards, of same, spinster, 18 and upwards, 
daughter of John Edwards, of same, gent., 
who alleges — at Oldbury, co. Salop, or ... . 
15 July, 16'J8. F. 

Allen, Joseph, of St. Botolph, Bishop.=gate, 
London, taylor, and Alice French, of same, 
spinster, daughter of William French, of Med- 
menham, co. Berks, bargeman — at St. Botolph 
aforesaid. 5 June, 1619. B. 

Allen, Joshua, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, above 21, and Elizabeth Wentworth, 
of St. James, Westminster, spinster, above 21 
— at St. Ann, Westminster. 17 May, 1729. B. 

Allen, Matthew. Sec Allix. 

Allen, Morgan, of St. Dunstan- in-the-Wesfc, 
London, merchant taylor, and Anne Bacon, of 
St. Anne, Blackfriars, spinster, daughter of — 
Bacon, late of Hedingham Castle, co. Essex, 
gent., deceased, gen. lie, 22 May, 1596. B. 

Allen, Nicholas, of St. Mary-at-Hill, haberdasher, 
and Jane Sledd, spinster, daughter of Henry 
Sledd, of St. Margaret, New Fish Street, 
fishmonger — at St. Margaret, New Fish Street. 
25 Nov. 1583. B. 

Allen, Peter, of L'niversity of Oxon, gent., 
bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. Frances Barker, 
of city of Oxford, spinster, about 21, and at 
own disposal, her parents dead — at Sanford, 
CO. Oxon. 10 Aug. 1666. Y. 

Allen, Ralph, of Great All Hallows, London, 
merchant, widower, about 50, and Mary Green, 
of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, widow, about 40 — 
at St. James, Garlick Hythe. 1 July, 1662. Y. 

Allen, Richard, and Ann Partridge, of St. 
Sepulchre. 22 Nov. 1537. B. 

Allen, Richard, of St. Sepulchre, London, and 
" Sitham " Ferneley, widow, of Stratford 
Langthore, gen. lie, 13 Dec. 1570. B. 

Allen, Robert. See Alihetx. 

Allen, Robert, of St. Saviour, Sonthwark, and 
Ellen Hiller, widow — at St. Giles-iu-the-Fields, 
Middlesex. 5 Juno, 1626. B. 

Allen, Robert, and Frances Rutlidge. 28 Nov. 
1632. D. 

Allen, Roger, mariner, and Joane Tucker, of St. 
Mary, Whitechapel, widow of — Tucker, 
late of same, gen. lie, 25 Jan. 159f . B. 

Allen, Samuel, of St. Michael, Cornhill, London, 
merchant, bachelor, 30, and Elizabeth Dowse, 
spinster, 19, daughter of Thomas Dowse, of 
Brooke, parish of King's Somborne, co. South- 
ampton, gent., who consents — at King's 
Somborne, Little Somborne, or Upper Eldes, 
CO. Southampton. 2 Jan. 167|. F. 

Allen, Thomas, of St. Martin, Ludgate, yeoman, 
and Isabell Stafford, widow, relict of Thomas 
Stafford, of same, clerk, deceased — at St. 
Sepulchre. 15 March, 15Sf. B. 

Allen, Thomas, of St. Andrew, Holborn, yeoman, 
and Anne Chambers, of same, spinster, daughter 
of — Chambers, late of co. Derby, yeoman, 
deceased, gen. lie, 18 Sept. 1588. B. 

Allen, Thomas, of St. Bride, London, gent., and 
Anne Kempe, of Westminster, widow. 17 Nov. 
1595. D. 

Allen, Thomas, of Stepney, iliddlesex, silk weaver, 
and Margaret Grimley, spinster, daughter of 
David Grimley, of same, woodmonger — at St. 
Mary, Whitechapel, co. Middlesex. 2 Sept. 
1619. B. 

Allen, Thomas, of Haddenham, Isle of Ely, co. 
Cambridge, gent., bachelor, about 40, and 
Maryllall, of Northallerton, co. York, widow, 
about 30 —at St. Bartholomew-the-Less, St. 
Marv, Savov, or St. Dunstan-in-the-West. 19 
July, 1660. \. 



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Allen, Thomas, of Sfc. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Luce Johnson, 
of same, spinster, about 22, her father's 
consent — at Paddington or Marybone, Middle- 
sex. 7 Sept. 1GG7. V. 

Allen, Thomas, of Crutched Fryars, London, esq., 
bachelor, about 21, his father's consent, and 
Mrs. Mary Colwall, of St. Bartholomew-the- 
Great, London, spinster, about 21, consent of 
father, Thomas Colwall, .of same, esq. (who 
alleges) — at St. Bartholomew aforesaid, or 
St. Foster, Foster Lane. 16 Dec. 1672. V. 

Allen, Thomas, of St. Foster, London, citizen and 
goldsmith, bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Mary 
Lincolne, of Satterley, co. Suffolk, spinster, 
about 22, with her father's consent — at St. 
Andrew, Holborn, London. 3 March, 167g. V. 

Allen, Thomas (Alleyn), of Little Barfields, Essex, 
clerk, bachelor, 40, and Anne Young, of St. 
Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, spinster, 18, 
daughter of Elizabeth Young, widow, who 
consents — at Little St. Bartholomew, London, 
or .... 2 Jan. 169f . F. 

Allen, William, yeoman, and Mary Larkin, of 
London, widow of William Larkin, late of 
Hetcorne, co. Kent, yeoman, gen. lie, 23 Oct. 
1595. B. 

Allen, William, and Margaret Guildeforde, widow, 
of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, gen. lie, 9 Jan. 
157^. B. 

Allen, William, of St. Bartholomew-the-Less, 
London, carpenter, and Jane Hardie, of St. 
Mary, Islington, Middlesex, epiuster, daughter 
of — Hardye, of same, yeoman, of St. Bar- 
tholomew aforesaid. 13 Aug. 1G02. B. 

Allen, William, of St. Michael Basishaw, London, 
joyner, and Margaret Chapman, of St. 
Sepulchre, said city, widow of Peter Chapman, 
late of same, joyner — at St. Botolph, Alders- 
gate. 8 March 160^. B. 

Allen, William, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
" aquavite stiller," and Alice Cole, widow of 
Walter Cole, of Stepney, co. Middlesex — at 

St , Paul's Wharf, London. 23 April, 

1619. B. 

Allen, William, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
bachelor, and Margaret Vaux, of same, 
spinster. 3 Feb. 167y. D. 

Allenson. See also Allansox. 

AUenson, Christopher (Alliusou), and Anne 
Jackson, spinster, of St. Catherine Cree 
Church, London, daughter of John Jackson, 
late of said city, tailor, deceased, gen. lie, 
22 March, 159^. B. 

Allenson, George, of St. Lawrence, Jury, leather- 
seller, bachelor, about 28, and Constance 
Nevett, of St. Mary Alder mary, spinster, about 
18, consent of father, Edward Nevett, of same, 
grocer — at St. Michael Eoyal, London. 16 Feb. 
166'!. Y. 

Allenson, Gilbert, of St. Lawrence, Jury, London, 
silkman, bachelor, about 23, and Anne Boylston, 
of St. Bennet, Gracechnrch, spinster, about 
17, her mother's consent — at St. Hellen, 
London. 3 March, 167". V. 

Allenson, Leonard (AUensonne), of the City of 
London, yeoman, and Christian Stavelly, of 
St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, daughter of Paul 
Stavelly, late of the city (sic) of Southamp- 
ton, merchant, deceased — at St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex. 16Jan. 161|. B. 

AUestry, William, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
about 26, and Mrs. Frances Lorymer, of St. 
James, Clerkenwell, spinster, about 24, and 
at own disposal — at Wandsworth, Battersea, 
or Lambeth, Surrey. 14 Oct. 1663. V. 



Allett, Benedict, of St. Bride, London, pewterer, 
and Anne Fisher, daughter of Richard Fisher, 
of same, merchant taylor — at St. Bride afore- 
said. 22 March. 162f^. B. 

Allett, John, " sayler," of Harwich, co. Essex, and 
Margery Cliffe, spinster, of St. Margaret 
Pattens, London, daughter of Thomas Cliffe, 
of same, draper, gen. lie, 8 April, 15S6. B. 

Alleyn. Sec Allen. 

AUibond, Pombey, of Dagenham, co. Essex, gent., 
bachelor, about 26 [or 29 ?], and Mary Tillney, 
of same, widow, about 30 — at St. Andrew 
Undershaft, London. 20 April, 1672. V. 

Alliu, Matthew, and Annabella Martin, spinster, 
of St. Andrew, Eastcheap, gen. lie, 14 July, 
1578. B. 

Allison, John (Alison), of Coxall, co. Essex, draper, 
and Anne Godderd, spinster, of Christchurch, 
Newgate, London, daughter of John Godderd, 
late of All Hallows Barking, London, deceased, 
geo. lie, 6 July, 1590. B. 

Allison, John, of All Hallows, Bread Street, 
London, Salter, and Thomazine Kettle, of St. 
MaryStayning, London, sjjinster — at St. Mary 
Stayning aforesaid. 3 Dec. 1621. B. 

Allison, John, of Hemel Hempstead, co. Herts 
gent., widower, about 40, and Mrs. Alice Cor- 
feild, of King's Langley, said county, spinster, 
about 40, and at own disposal — at Watford, 
Hemel Hempstead, or King's Langley, said 
county. 24 Feb. 166J. V. 

Allison, Robert ( Alleson) ,and Margaret Ode, widow, 
of City of London, gen. lie, 17 April, 1574. B. 

Allison, Robert, cook, and Elizabeth Emerye, 
widow, of City of London — at St. Catherine 
Cree Church. 10 July, 1581. B. 

Allison, Roger (AUyson), fishmonger, and Elizabeth 
Tistall, of London, widow of Michael Tistall, 
late of St. Olave, Southwark, gen. lie, 9 Nov. 
1593. B. 

Allison, William (Alleson), of South Mims, co. 
Middlesex, and Elizabeth Broomer, of same, 
spinster, daughter of Thomas Broomer, of 
same, yeoman — at South Mims aforesaid. 
20 May, 1618. B. 

Alliston, William, of Sturmore, co. Essex, gent., 
bachelor, 26, and Christian Elborowe, spinster, 
16, daughter of John Elborowe, of St. Pancras, 
Middlesex, clerk, who consents — at St. Pancras 
aforesaid. 10 May, 1633. F. 

Allwin, Richard, of Trefford, Sussex, gent., 
bachelor, 24, and Elizabeth Burdett, of West 
Wortham, co. Southampton, spinster, 22, and 
at her own disposal— at West Wortham or 
Trefford aforesaid. 4 May. 1648. F. 

Allye, Robert, husbandman, and Anne Barnes, now 
of London, widow of John Barnes, late of 
Bovington, co. Herts, husbandman, gen. lie, 
14 June, 1592. B. 

Almonde, Roger, and Margaret Horwood, widow, 
of Barking, Essex — at All Hallows Barking. 
6 April, 1575. B. 

Alnatus. See Aliatus. 

Alondon, John, and Margery Dixson, widow, of 
City of London — to marry at Barking, co. 
Essex. 28 May, 1563. B. 

Alp, Edward, of All Hallows, Lombard Street, 
London, bachelor, 28, and Dorothy Wilson, 
of St. James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, cousin- 
german once removed to William Jones, one 
of the procurators-general of the Arches Court 
of Canterbury, who alleges — at St. James, 
Clerkenwellaforesaid. 4 Feb. 1G9^. F. 

Alphrey. Sec Alfrey. 

Alshere, John, and Anne Gardiner, of diocese 
of Saram. 9 Feb. 154J. F. 



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Alsopp, Kdward, of St. Matthew, Friday Street, 
London, leathcrsellcr, and Anne Barker, widow 
of Hugh Barker, late of Christcliurch, London 
— at St. Bartholomew-the-Groat, London. 7 
Fob. 1622. ]3_ 

Alsopp, Natiianiel (Alsop), clerk, rector of Lang- 
ton, CO. Leicester, bachelor, about 30, and 
Joanna Gregory, of Norton, near Golbye, said 
conniy, spinster, about 25, and at own dis- 
posal — at Acchurch, co. Northampton, or Kib- 
worth, or Norton aforesaid, co. Leicester. 
11 July, 1071. V. [Crossed, but signed and 
fully c.'^ocuted.] 

Alsopp, Nicholas, clerk, curate of All Uallows- 
the-Lcss, and Frances Coppock, of Bridewell, 
London, widow of Robert Coppock, late curate 
of Bridewell Chapel — at St. Martin, Ludgate. 
13 Dec. 1003. B. 

Alsopp, Thomas, of Kingsbury, co. Warwick, gent., 
widower, about 55, and Mary Grossevenure, of 
same, widow, about 55 — at Kingabury afore- 
said, alleged by Russell Alsopp, of St. Botolph, 
Aldgate, London, citizen and skinner. 9 
March, 166|. V. 

Alsopp, Walter (Allsop), of St. Olave, Hart Street, 
London, wheelwright, and Joane Hobbes, of 
St. Lawrence Pountney, London — at St. 
Lawrence aforesaid. 13 April, 1626. B. 

Alston, Edward, gent., of St. Mary Abchurch, 
London, bachelor, 28, and Susan Ilussey, of 
London, 32, widow of — Hussey, late merchant, 
deceased— at St. Botolph, Aldersgate, London. 
8 Dec. 162L B. 

Alston, Sir Edward, knight, of Strixton, co. 
Northampton, widower, and Anne Stratton, 
of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, widow — at 
St. Mary, Savoy, or St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
Middlesex, or Bridewell Chajjel, London. 24 
Nov. 1670. F. 

Alston, Isaac, of Chelsea, Middlesex, gent., 
bachelor, about 21, and Mrs. Mary Scale, of 
St. Dunstan-in-the-West, spinster, about 21, her 
mother's consent— at St. Sepulchre, London. 
11 Sept. 1672. V. 

Alston, James (AUstone), of St. Clement Danes, 
yeoman, and Joyce Wildinge, spinster— at St. 
Botolph, Aldgate. 19 June, 1581. B. 

Alston, Joseph, of Edwardstone, Suffolk, esq., 
bachelor, 22, and Laurentia Trumbull, of 
Hadleigh, said county, spinster, 18, daughter of 
Charles Trumbull, doctor of law, who consents 
— at St. Bride, London, or .... 26 June, 
1699. F. 

Alston, Thomas,'of Old Newton, co. Suffolk, gent., 
bachelor, aged 23, and Anne Nye, of St. Mary- 
le-Bow, London, widow, aged 27 — at Kentish 
Town, alias St. Pancras, in Middlesex, or 
Camberwell, in Surrey. 21 April, 1674. V. 

Alston, Thomas, of the Inner Temple, esq., 
bachelor, 50, and Anne Guilford, of Chelsea, 
IMiddloscx, widow — at St. James-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, St. Anne, Aldersgate, London, or 
the Royal Chapel, Whitehall. 6 Aug. 1684. 
F. 

Altham, Edward, of St. Martin Outwich, London, 
and Fortune Fowylle, of St. IMargaret, Loth- 
bury — at St. Margaret, Lothbury. 16 June, 
1558. B. 

Altham, Edward, esq., of Latton, co. Essex, wi- 
dower, 28, and Joane Leaventhorpe, of Sabridg- 
worth, Uerts, maiden, 20, daughter of Sir John 
Leaventhorpe, knight, of same, who consents — 
at Sb. Clement Danes, Middlesex. 27 March, 
1612. B. 

Altham, James, esq., of St. Martin Outwich, 
and Mary Grimes, of same, widow of Philip 
Grimes, merchant, of London — at St. Martin 
Outwich aforesaid. 10 Jan. 159|. B. 



Altham, Richard (Altam), of London, glazier, and 
Agnes Palmer, of same, widow of Henry 
I 'aimer, late of St. Margaret, Westminster — 
at St. Mary Mounthaw, London. 28 Oct. 1597. 
B. 

Altham, Robert, D.D., rector of St. Botolph, 
Bishopsgate, bachelor, 45, and Mary Altham, 
of Latton, Essex, spinster, 18, consent of her 
mother, a widow — at Latton or Harlow, co. 
Essex. 22 May, 1705. B. 

Alured, Thomas, esq., of St. Anne, Blackfriars, 
bachelor, 23 (or 33), and Mary Jones, of St. 
Martin-in-tho-Ficlds, spinster, 21, daughter of 
Henry Jones, deccas(^d, consent of her mother, 
Elizabeth Jones, widow — at Edmonton, 
Middlesex. 26 April, 1617. B. 

Alvason, John, alias Aldersey, and Margaret 
Ncwberyo — at St. Margai-ot, Westminster. 
[Bond by John Hughes, of Westminster, 
" vitler," and James Large, of same, yeoman.] 
1 Nov. 1573. D. 

Alvatus, Alexander (or — natus), of Gray's Inu, 
esq., bachelor, about 27, and Frances Baker, 
of St. Mary, Strand, alias Savoy, spinster, about 
22, consent of her mother. Dame Frances 
Baker, of same, her father dead — at St. Mary 
Magdalene, Old Pish Street. 3 April, 1662. V. 

Alvie, Thomas, and Elizabeth Northe, of St. 
Margaret, Westminster — at same. 10 March, 
1651. D. 

Al'way, Ralph, and Mary Bylby, of the diocese of 
London. Nov. 1544. F. 

Alwyn, Roger, and Alice Durmon. 6 Jan. 157^. 
F. 

Alwyn, Thomas (Alywyn), of Reading, Berks, 
gent., bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. Mary Hunt, 
of Theodon, co. Southampton, spinster, about 
22, consent of father, John Hunt, widower — at 
St. Clement Danes, St. Panchredge, or St. 
Giles-in-the-Fields. 17 Oct. 1666. V. 

Aly. See also Alie. 

Aly, Abel, of Poick, co. Worcester, gent., 
bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. Ellinor Coke, of 
Whitberne, co. Hereford, widow, about 40 — at 
St. John, near city of Worcester. 30 March, 
1676. V. 

Amadas, Richard, clerk, rector of Hallingbury 
Morley, co. Essex, and Dorothy Reighnolds, 
widow, of Layston, said countj', relict of Lewis 
Reighnolds, clerk, late vicar of Layston, gen. 
lie, 27Jan. 15§§. B. 

Amatt, John, of Hutton, co. Essex, husbandman, 
and Elizabeth Wood, spinster, daughter of 
Christopher Wood, of Theydon Garnishe, said 
county, yeoman — at St. Mildred, Bread Street, 
London. 18 Nov. 1622. B. 

Amber, Francis, of St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex, bachelor, 26, and Alice Whitmore, of 
same, Avidow, 24 — at St. Anne, Westminster, 
or St. Clement Danes aforesaid. 6 Dec. 1708. 
F. 

Ambler, Humphrey, cf New Inn, Middlesex, 
gent., bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. Anne 
Baynes, of Hurstpierpoint, Sussex, spinster, 
about 25, and at her own disposal — at St. 
Dunstan-in-the-East, London. 30 May, 1670. Y. 

Amcotts, Henry, of St. Peter- the-Poor, London, 
and Johanna Frifche, widow, of Craueliam, co 
Essex, gen. lie, 21 March,. 157^. B. 

Amcotts, Vincent (Ameotes), of Amcotes, Lincoln, 
esq., widower, and Amey Mildmay, of Graces, 
in Little Baddow, co. Essex, spinster, about 
25, and at her own disposal — at St. Stephen, 
Coleman Street, All Hallows-in-the-Wall, or 
All Hallows Barking, London. 7 July, 1675 
F. 



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Amegye, John, yeoman, and Margaret Streton, 
now of the City of London, widow of 
Christopher Streton, late of Cottington, co. 
Bucks, labourer, deceased, gen. lie, 10 Nov. 
1588. B. 

Ames, Henry, bachelor, and Joanna Lightfoote, 
spinster. 6 Feb. 167i. D. 

Ames, John. See John Akne. 

Amherst, Jeffery, bachelor, about 22, son of 
John Amherst, of Gray's Inn, esq., and 
Elizabeth Yates, spinster, about 17, daughter 
of Dame Mary Onslow, wife of said John 
Amherst, both of whom consent — at 
Horsham or Crawley, co. Sussex, or Bletch- 
iugley or Mestham, co. Surrey. 19 July, 
1670. F. 

Amherst, Jeffery, of Bromley, co. Kent, esq., 
widower, and Dorothy Amherst, of Pembui-y, 
said county, spinster, 40 — at Perabury or 
Penshurst, Kent, or Frant, co. Sussex. 3 Feb. 
168f. F. 

Amherst, Jeffrey, of Hadlow, Kent, esq., 
bachelor, 30, and Elizabeth Knightly, spinster, 
19, daughter of Sir Robert Knightly, of 
St. Olave, Hart Street, London, who consents 
— at St. Olave aforesaid, or ... . 16 April, 
1688. F. 

Amherst, John, of Gray's Inn, esq., widower, about 
46, and Dame Jane Onslowe, of Warnham, co. 
Sussex, widow, about 40 — at J Horsham, co. 
Sussex. 7 Nov. 1668. V. 

Amherst, William, of St. Vedast, London, 
bachelor, 24, and Jane Stratford, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, spinster, 22, with consent 
of her mother, a widow — at St. Leonard, 
Shoreditch, Middlesex, or ... . 17 Sept. 
1683. F. 

Amias, Francis. See Amyas. 

Ainias, Robert, of London, gent., and Anne 
Sparke, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, London, 
spinster, daughter of — Sparke, late of 
London, merchant, gen. lie, 8 Dec. 1596. B. 

Amideus, Alexander {sic subs.), of St. Gregory, 
London, clerk, bachelor, about 38, and Pris- 
cilla Silbourne, of same, spinster, about 20, 
consent of her mother, — Sillbourne, of St. 
Peter, in the city of Cambridge, widow— at 
St. Gregory aforesaid, or St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf. 10 Feb. 166^. V. 

Amor, Richard, of St. Mary Colechurch, London, 
tailor, and Anne Taylor, of same, spinster — 
at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 11 Nov. 
1620. B. 

Ampleforthe, Thomas, of St. Botolph, Bishops- 
gate, London, merchant taylor, and Margery 
Lyman, of the Minories, Aldgate, London, 
widow of Jerome Lyman, late of St. Olave, 
Hart Street, London, merchant, gen. lie, 4 
March, 159|. B. 

Amy, Julian, draper, and Elizabeth Hunt, of St. 
Bennett, Gracechnrch, London — at St. Anne 
and Agnes, London. 7 Feb. 102^. B. 

Amy, Robert (Ame), and Elizabeth Joyce, of 
diocese of Westminster. 30 April, 1546. F. 

Amy, Samuel, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., bachelor, about 33, and Mary Ingram, 
of same, spinster, aged 17, consent of father, 
Richard Ingram, yeoman — at St. Antholin, 
London. 21 June, 1666. V. 

Amy, Samuel, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
widower, about 40, and Mrs. Elizabeth Brad- 
ford, of Portsmouth, co. Southampton, widow, 
about 30 — at Rowner, co. Southampton, or 
St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street, London. 
16 Dec. 1673. V. 



Am.yand, Charles, of St. Martiu-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, 32, and Justina Morris, of same, 
spinster, 23 — at St. Martin aforesaid. 18 Feb. 
170^. B. 

Amyas, Francis, gent., of St. Bartholomew-the- 
Less, bachelor, 24, and Anne Athill, of same, 
spinster, 22, daughter of William Athill, 
gent., of Folsham, co. Norfolk, who consents 
—at All Hallows-in-the-Wall. 13 May, 1631. 
B. 

Am.yas, Robert. See Amias. 

Amys, William , of St. Olave, Hart Street, London, 
grocer, bachelor, and Mary AVoodhouse, of 
same, spinster, daughter of Henry Wood- 
house, of St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, London, 
Doctor of Laws — at Stepney, Middlesex. 8 
June, 1622. B. 

Anderson, Andrew, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
widower, and Margaret Chester, of same, 
spinster, 22 — at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, St. 
George, Hanover Square, or Knightsbridge 
Chapel. 8 Dec. 1742. B. 

Anderson, Anthony, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
gent., bachelor, 40 and upwards, and Elizabeth 
Tolhurst, of St. Anne, Westminster, spinster, 
30 and upwards, her parents dead — at St. 
Anne aforesaid, or .... 22 April, 1696. 
F. 

Anderson, Edmund, of Gray's Inn, esq., son of 
William Anderson, of Broughton, co. Lincoln, 
esq., and Mary Wood, daughter of — 
Wood, wife of Mr. Dr. Robinson, of Enfield, 
CO. Middlesex — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 
28 Nov. 1023. D. 

Anderson, Edmund, of Gray's Inn, e.?q., bachelor, 
30, and Margaret Cox, of Porters, parish of 
Shenley, Herts, spinster, 21, her parents dead 
— at St. Bartholomow-the-Great, London, or 
St. Marylebone, Middlesex. 31 May, 1062. 
F. 

Anderson, Sir Edmund, bart., of Porters, parish of 
Shenley, co. Herts, widower, 46, and Elizabeth 
Deane, of All Hallows Staining, London, 
spinster, 26, daughter of Sir Anthony Deane, 
of same, who consents — at St. Martin 
Oatwich, London. 21 March, 168|. F. 

Anderson, Francis, esq., of Manby, co. Lincoln, 
bachelor, 30, and Mary Pelham, of Brockles- 
bury, said county, spinster, above 21 — at 
Hampstead, CO. Middlesex. 16 May, 1708. B. 

Anderson, Henry, and Elizabeth Bowier, spinster, 
of St. Bartholomew Exchange — to marry there. 
5 Feb. 157f. B. 

Anderson, Henry, of Penley, Herts, esq., 
bachelor, 23, and Jacomina Caesar, daughter 
of Sir Charles Caesar, knight — at the Chapel 
of the Rolls, in parish of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West, London. 18 Dec. 1632. F. 

Anderson, John, and Elizabeth Johnson, of the 
city of Westminster, widow. 13 Oct. 1641. D. 

Anderson, Peter, and Eleanor Ortoune, of St. 
John Zachary, London — to marry there. 
13 Nov. 1546. B. 

Anderson, Richard, of St. Albans, Herts, and 
Margaret Bennett, widow, of St. Botolph,. 
Aldgate — at St. Botolph aforesaid. 6 April, 
1575. B. 

Anderson, Richard, of Watford, co. Herts, 
yconian, bachelor, son of John Anderson, of 
same, yeoman, and Elizabeth Hawkins, of 
same, spinster, daughter of William Hawkins, 
late of Waxham, co. Bucks, deceased — at All 
Hallows, Honey Lane, London. 20 Dec. 
1611. B. 

Anderson, Samuel, of Lincoln's Inn, bachelor, 
36, and Margaret Oldfeild, of St. Dunstan- 
in-the-West, spinster, 30 — at Hornsey or 
Highgate. 23 Jan. 168f. B. 



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Anderson, Stephen, juu., esq., bachelor, 20, son 
and heir of Stephen Anderson, sen., of 
Eyworth, co. Beds, esq., who consents, and 
Maiy Glynue, spinster, 15, daughter of Sir 
John Glynne, knight, II.M.'s Sorjeant-at-Law, 
of St. Giles-in-the-l'^iolds, Middlesex, who 
consents — at .... 1 June, IGGl. F. 

Anderson, Sir Stephen, of E worth, alias Eyworth, 
CO. Beds, bart., widower, about 28, and Mrs. 
Judith Lawrence, of St. Helen's, London, 
spinster, about 23, consent of father, Sir John 
Lawrence, knight, alderman of London — at 
Hackney or Islington, Middlesex, or St. Mary 
Axe, London. 5 April, 1673. V. 

Anderson, Thomas, and Johanna Taylor, spinster, 
gcu. lie. 31 March, 1573. B. 

Anderson, William, of London, farrier, and Agnes 
Mathewe, of All Hallows Barking, widow of 

— Mathewe, late of same, farrier, gen. lie, 
4 Feb. 159^. B. 

Anderton, John, and Elizabeth Smyth, alias 
Gregson, gent., of the diocese of West Chester. 
16 Feb. 154|. F. 

Anderton, Thomas, of St. Clement Danes, 
bachelor, about 25, and Mary Herbert, of 
Eidmarley Dabitott, co. Worcester, spinster, 
about 19, consent of father, of same, gent. — 
at Ridmarley Dabitott aforesaid, Newent, in 
same county, or at any parish church in city of 
Worcester. 30 May, 1666. V. 

Andlabye, Francis, gent., of Martin - in - the 
Fields, bachelor, 22, and Anne Turner, of 
same, spinster, 18, daughter of Allen Turner, 
of same, innholder, who consents — at St. 
Faith. 13 Jan. 163f. B. 

Andrew, Edward, of city of Canterbury, gent., 
widower, about 40, and Mrs. Mary Goddin, 
of West Maling, in said county, about 32, 
her parents dead — at St. Dunstan-in-the-West 
or St. Bride, London. 25 Aug. 1663. V. 

Andrew, Hugh, clerk, rector of St. John Zachary, 
London, and Johanna Stanley, widow, of 
same, relict of Edmund Stanley, late of 
same, goldsmith, gen. lie, 26 Dec. 1586. B. 

Andrew, Michael (Androwe), and Anne Walden. 

— July, 1547. F. 

Andrew, Roger (Andrewe), gent., and Ellen 
Bayley, widow, of St. Mary, Shrewsbury. 
14 Nov. 1547. F. 

Andrew, Thomas, of the City of London, 
merchant, and Margaret Daniel, of Spring- 
field, CO. Essex, spinstei', daughter of John 
Daniel, late of same, clerk, deceased— at 
Ingatestone, co. Essex. 20 Aug. 1619. B. 

Andrew, Thomas, of Wandsworth, Surrey, gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. Martha Bacon, 
of Hackney, Middlesex, spinster, about 20, 
her father's consent — at Bromley, Middlesex. 
12 Oct. 1675. V. 

Andrews, Amis (Andros), of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, gent., bachelor, 22, and Elizabeth 
Stone, S2>inster, 21, daughter of one Stone, 
late of London, gent., deceased, and her 
mother also (as is believed), she at her own dis- 
posal, and remaining in parish of St. Bartholo- 
mew, near the Exchange, London, alleged by 
Clement Wilson, of St. Bride, gent. — at 
Islington, Middlesex. 16 Jan. 163|. F. 

Andrews, Bartimeus, clerk, rector of Magdalen 
Laver, co. Essex, and Judith Lane, of St. 
Mildred, Bread Street, London, widow of 
Henry Lane — at St. Anne, Blackfriars, or 
St. Nicholas Cole Abbey. 9 Jan. 162f;. B, 

Andrews, Benjamin (Andrewes), of Caddiugton, 
Herts, gent., widower, about 53, and Mrs. 
Anne Borradale, of Stepney, Middlesex, 
widow, about 43 — at St. Dunstan-in-the-East, 
London. 8 Dec. 1676. V. 



Andrews, Daniel (Androse), bachelor, 25, son of 
Daniel Androse, of St. Stephen, Walbrook, 
London, esq., and Mary Harlakenden, 19, 
daughter of Mary Collier, of St. Foster, 
London, widow, who consents — at St. Giles, 
Cripplegate, St. Sepulchre, or St. Mary 
Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London. 15 May, 
1672. F. 

Andrews, Sir Edmond (Andros), knight, of St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, co. Middlesex, widower, 
and Elizabeth Clapham, of St. Paul, Covent 
Garden, Middlesex, widow, alleged by Ralph 
Marshall, of St. Paul aforesaid, esq. — at St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 3 Aug. 1691. F. 

Andrews, Edward, of the Six Clerks' Office, 23, 
and Mercy Clark, spinster, of Saltford, co- 
Warwick, 21, at her own disposal — at Trinity, 
Minories. 30 April, 1696. B. 

Andrews, Francis (Androes), of St. Margaret 
Moses, London, draper, and Mary Carrier, 
spinster, daughter of Barnard Carrier, clerk 
— at Hadley, co. Middlesex. 18 Aug. 1618. 
B. 

Andrews, Sir Henry, bart., of Lathbury, Bucks, 
widower, 34, and Elizabeth Drew, of South- 
broome, co. Wilts, widow, 28, alleged by 
William Andrewes, of Lathbury, gent. — at St. 
Gregory, London. 26 Feb. 166|. F. 

Andrews, John (Androse), of Raynham, co. 
Essex, butcher, and Jane Hearde, of Stifford, 
said county, spinster, daughter of George 
Hearde, of Raynham aforesaid, yeoman, gen. 
lie, 17 Sept. 1596. B. 

Andrews, Mr. Ambrose, of Newport Pond, co. 
Essex, gent., widower, 56, and Mrs. Mary 
Garnet, of Hodsden, Herts, widow — at Worm- 
ley, Herts. 13 Dec. 1701. B. 

Andrews, John, of Great St. Bartholomew, 
London, cordwainer, and Sarah Knight, of St. 
Botolph, Aldersgate, London, widow of Thomas 
Knight, late of same — at St, Botolph aforesaid. 
6 Dec. 1625. B. 

Andrews, John, and Magdalen Pulfrey, of the city 
of Westminstei", spinster. 2 June, 1640. D. 

Andrews, John (Andrewes), of Middle Temple, 
gent., bachelor, about 27, and Anne Peacocke, 
aged 22, consent of her father, Lawrence 
Peacocke, of Battersea, Surrey, gent. — at 
Battersea aforesaid, or St. Mary Magdalene, 
Old Fish Street, or St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, 
London. 2 Jan. 166t. Y. 

Andrews, Joseph, of St. Clement Danes, bachelor, 

20, and Ann Adams, of Whitechapel, spinster, 

21, consent of Joseph Andrews, the father — 
at St. Andrew, Holborn. 3 Dec. 1720. B. 

Andrews, Owen, gent., of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
bachelor, 23, and Rachel Motham, of same, 
spinster, 25, at St. James, Clerkenwell. 
11 April, 1638. B. 

Andrews, Randall (Andrewes), of St. Catherine 
Cree Church, London, pewterer, and Elizabeth 
Browning, of St. Andrew-in-the- Wardrobe, 
London, spinster, daughter of William 
Browning, of same, feltmaker — at St. Mary, 
Islington. 23 June, 1625. B. 

Andx'ews, Randall, brewer, and Margery Duke, of 
St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, widow of 
Edward Duke — at St. Clement aforesaid. 
26 January, 162^. B. 

Andrews, Richard (Androwes), and Isabell 
Thomas, spinster, of Stepney — at St. Botolph, 
Aldgate. 4 March, 157|. B. 

Andrews, Richard, esq., now of City of London, 
widower, 39, and Mary Felton, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, maiden, 19, daughter of Edmund 
Felton, of the Charterhouse, in St. Sepulchre, 
gent., who consents — at St. Bennet, Paul'a 
Wharf. 27 Sept. 1609. B. 



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Andrews, Robert, of St. Bride, London, bachelor 
and Hose Fludd, of St. Leonard, in precinct of 
St. Martin-le-Grand, spinster — at St. Leonard 
aforesaid. 25 Feb. 161f . D. 

Andrews, Robert, of All Hallows Barkins^, London, 
bachelor, 22, and Mary Smith, spinster, 17, 
daughter of Abell Smith, of St. Dunstan-in- 
the-East, London, gent., who consents — at 
St. Dunstan aforesaid. 8 July, 1GG2. F. 

Andrews, Silvester (Andrewes), husbandman, and 
Christian Towe, spinster, of Twickenham, 
Middlesex, daughter of John Towe, of Feltham, 
said county, husbandman, gen. lie, 10 Dec. 
159L B. 

Andrews, Stephen (Andrewes), and Margaret 
Wemys, of St. Botolph, Billingsgate, London. 
25 Jan. 154|. F. 

Andrews, Thomas (Androwes), gent., and Jane 
Belson, of City of London, gen. lie, 4 Feb. 
156f. B. 

Andrews, Thomas (Androwes), gent., and Alice 
Wy soman, spinster, of St. Andrew, Holborn 
—at St. Bride, Fleet Street. 12 Dec. 1576. B. 

Andrews, Thomas (Andrewes), of St. Sepulchre, 
London, gent., and Mary Smithe, of the Savoy, 
Loudon, spinster, daughter of — Smithe, of 
Abington, co. Berks, gent., gen. lie, 23 Feb. 
159§. B. 

Andrews, Walter, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
London, citizen and distiller, bachelor, about 
22, and Elizabeth Carter, of Stepney, Middle- 
sex, spinster, about 22, with her father's 
consent. 11 Sept. 1678. V. 

Andrews, William (Androwes), yeoman, and 
Mildred Peters, widow, of City of London, 
relict of Andrew Peters, late of Hoggington, 
CO. Cambridge, yeoman deceased — at St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields. 4 March, 158f. B. 

Andrews, William (Androwes), of St. Andrew 
Undershaft, London, grocer, and Mary NichoUs, 
of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Nicholls, late of same, 
yeoman, deceased — at St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 
Middlesex. 17 Feb. 160|. B. 

Andrews, William (Andrewes), of Great St. 
Bartholomew, London, tailor, and Susan Gibbs, 
of same, daughter of John Gibbs, deceased — 
at St. Mary, Islington, Middlesex. 13 Sept. 
1619. B. 

Andrews, William (Andrewes), bachelor, and 
Jane Trevet, widow. 20 March, 167^. D. 

Andros, &c. See Andrews. 

Ange, Thomas, of the Inner Temple, gent., 
bachelor, 26, and Mary Heape, of St. Botolph, 
Aldersgate, London, spinster, 19, daughter of 
Elizabeth Samborne, of same, who consents — 
at Little Ilford, Esses, or. . . . 12 June, 1689. F. 

Angell, John, of Whitechapel, Middlesex, silk- 
weaver, and Anne Palmer, spinster, daughter 
of — Palmer, deceased — at St. Andrew Under- 
shaft, London. 8 Feb. 161{i. B. 

Ang'er, Thomas (? Auger), of St. Nicholas Aeon, 
London, clothworker, and Agnes Staunton, of 
All Hallows-in- the- Wall, London, widow of 
— Staunton, late of same, clothworker, 
deceased, gen. lie, 27 Aug. 1588. B. 

Angfier, Bernard, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
citizen and goldsmith, bachelor, about 22, and 
Mrs. Jane Salter, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
spinster, about 19, her mother's consent, 
alleged by John Angier, of Middle Temple, esq. 
—at St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 23 Dec. 1G75. V. 

Angier, Burrage, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, gent., bachelor, above 21, and Anna 
Maria Christian, of East Barnet, Herts, 
spinster, above 21, at her own disposal— at 
St. Martin aforesaid, or ... . 15 July, 1701. F. 



Angcier, George, clerk, of St. Clement Danes, 
bachelor, 22, and Judith Conway Seymour, of 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, widow, 22 — at St. 
Bennet, Paul's Wharf, alleged by Sophia Sylva- 
nius, of St. James, Clerkenwell. 30 July, 1702. 
B. 

Ankers, John, of St. Dionis Backchurch, London, 
gent., bachelor, about 30, and Dinah Lancaster, 
of same, widow, about 29 — at St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields. 18 Nov. 1673. V. 

Anlaby, Francis. See Andlabye. 

Anne, John (? Ames), of St. Benet Fink, London, 
merchant taylor, bachelor, and Jane Browne, 
of same, spinster, daughter of John Browne, 
of same, citizen and barber-chirurgeon — at 
St. Gregory, London. 31 Jan. le^a. p. 

Anneley, William, of city of Westminster, 
apothecary, and Jane Hatley, of same, 
widow — at St. Margaret, Westminster, between 
8 and 11 A.M. 16 May, 1598. D. 

Annesley, Arthur, esq., bachelor, above 21, and 
Mary Thompson, spinster, above 21, daughter 
of the Right Hon. John, Lord Haversham, who 
consents — at .... 6 Jan. 170^. F. 

Annesley, Elisha, of Great St. Bartholomew, and 
Margaret Sedgewick, of same, spinster, 36 — at 
St. James, Duke's Place. 10 June, 1705. B. 

Annesley, James, Earl of Anglesey. — " Licentia 
matrimonial, inter p' nobilem ethon'dum Yiru' 
Jacobum Annesley comitem de Anglesey, et 
p nobilem et hon'dam Fern. D'nam Catherinam 
Darnley. 1699." D. 

Annesley, Robert, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
esq., bachelor, about 22, and Mary Monck, of 
same, spinster, about 21, father's consent — at 
St. Martin or St. Giles-in-the-Fields, or Mary- 
bone, Middlesex. 21 Aug. 1666. V. 

Annwood, Edward, of All Hallows-the- Great, 
Thames Street, London, porter, and Joane 
Moseley, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, 
spinster — at St. Peter, PauFs Wharf, London. 
5 April, 1624. B. 

Anuyon, John, gent., of Clement's Inn, bachelor, 
26, and Martha Lownds, of St. Michael, Wood 
Street, spinster, 17, daughter of Francis Lownds, 
of same, gent., who consents — at St. Michael, 
Wood Street, or St. Mary Stayning. 24 Aug. 
1640. B. 

Ansell, Edmund, and Christian Ocle, widow, of 
parish of Woolchurch, London. 2 May, 1547. 
F. 

Ansell, Humphrey, of St. James, Clerkenwell, 
Middlesex, and Elizabeth Bowen, of St. 
Gregory, London, widow — at St. Lawrence 
Pountney, London. 6 Nov. 1617. B. 

Ansell, John, of St. Paul, Walden, co. Herts, 
yeoman, son of John Ansell, deceased, and 
Mary Sanders, of Offley, said county, spinster, 
daughter of John Sanders, late of said parish, 
deceased — at St. Bartholomew - the - Less, 
London. 22 June, 1613. B. 

Ansell, Nowell, bachelor, and Mary Snipe, spinster. 
5 Aug. 1667. D. 

Ansell, Richard. See Auxsell. 

Ansell, William, of Cheathunt, Herts, husbandman, 
and Anne Rey, widow, of same parish, relict 
of John Rey, of same, husbandman, gen. lie, 
11 July, 1588. B. 

Ansley, Thomas, of Waltham Holy Cross, co. Essex, 
yeoman, and Katherine Almery, of same, 
spinster, daughter of George Almerie, of 
Shipesbee, co. Lincoln, yeoman — at St. 
Sepulchre, London. 6 June, 1603. B. 

Ansley, Thomas (Ansly), of Waltham Abbots, co. 
Essex, and Katherine Eliott, of same, widow 
of Roger Eliott, late of same, yeoman— at 
St. Botolph, Aldgate, London. 6 Aug. 1608. B. 



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Anslowe, William, of St. Mary Somerset, 
London, dyer, and Ursula Dormer, widow, of 
same, relict of — Dormer, late of same, cooper, 
gen. lie, 12 Feb. 159';. B. 

Ansted, Stephen, of Chertsey, co. Surrey, brick- 
layer, and Joane Duell, of Cranford, co. Middle- 
sex, spinster— at St. Faith, London. 14 Dec. 
162G. B. 

Ansty, Christopher, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
Loudon, widower, 40, and Anne Holden, of 
Hammersmith, Middlesex, spinster, 21, 
daughter of William Ilolden, of same, who 
consents— at St. Helen, London. IG Feb. 
1G9^. F. 

Ansty, John (Anstey), barber, and Mary Johnson, 
spinster, daughter of — Johnson, deceased — 
at St. James, Garlick Hithe, London. 31 Dec. 
1G24. B. 

Anstye, Kichard, gent., of city of Westminster, 
bachelor, 22, and Anne Churchey, of same, 
spinster, 21— at St. Bride. 6 Jan. 164|. B. 

Antarbus, William. See Antrobus. 

Anthony, Charles (Anthonie), of Kochford, co. 
Essex, physician ["Medicus"], and Martha 
Thornton, of same, spinster— at St. Mary, 
Savoy, Middlesex. 9 Oct. 1G2G. B. 

Anthony, Charles (Anthonye), of St. John 
Zachary, London, goldsmith, and Elizabeth 
Arnolde, spinster, daughter of Richard Arnolde, 
of St. Martin, Ludgate, haberdasher, gen. lie. 
13 Jan. 159f. B. 

Anthony, Francis, of Great St. Bartholomew, 
doctor of medicine, and Elizabeth Lante, 
of Trinity, Minories, London, widow of Thomas 
Lante, late of same, gent. — at the church of 
the Savoy, Middlesex. 23 Sept. 1609. B. 

Anthony, Mark, of Framlingham, Suffolk, clerk, 
bachelor, 38, and Mary Sparhauke, of same, 
spinster, 26, at her own disposal — at St. 
Swithin, London, or ... . 20 Feb. 1694. F. 

Anthony, Peter, of St. John, Wapping, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 30, and Sarah Hawkins, of St. 
Catherine Coleman, spinster, 19, friends' con- 
sent — at All Hallows, London Wall. 7 Oct. 
1703. B. 

Anthony, William, of Little All Hallows, Thames 
Street, London, fishmonger, and Alice Blunt, 
of St. Margaret, Lothbury, said city, widow of 
Eobert Blunt, late of the borough of Southwark, 
cordwainer — at St. Margaret, Lothbury, afore- 
said. 17 May, 1598. B. 

Antrobus, George, of St. Gregory -by- St. Paul, 
citizen, merchant taylor, of London, bachelor, 
about 28, and Anna Francklin, of St. Peter, 
Paul's Wharf, spinster, about 18, her father's 
consent — at WandsAvortb, co. Surrey, or St. 
Mary Stayniug, London. 17 Oct. 1660. V. 

Antrobus, George, of Clifford's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
30, and Catherine Bramston, of St. Bride, 
London, spinster, 21, at her own disposal — at 
St. Botolph, Aldersgate, or St. Andrew, 
Holborn. 27 Jan. IGGl. F. 

Antrobus, Huddleston, of St. Mary, Savoy, gent., 
bachelor, about 35, and Anne Williams, of 
same, spinster, about 32, at her own dispose — 
at St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 18 July, 1672. Y. 
Antrobus, John, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, gent., bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. 
Mary Powell, of Buckden, co. Huntingdon, 
spinster, about 17, with consent of her mother, 
Mary Keene, alias Powell, widow — at Southa, 
Eaton, Buckden, or Offord Dacy, co. Hunting- 
don. 12 Aug. 1678. V. 
Antrobus, Richard, of the Inner Temple, gent., 
bachelor, 34, and IVfary Seyliard, spinster, 22, 
daughter of Mary Seyliard, alias Lee, of Pens- 
hurst, CO. Kent, who consents— at Penshnrst 
or Heaver, co. Kent. 20 Aug. 1678. F. 



Antrobus, Robert, clerk, of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
East, bachelor, 30, and Mary Fairbeard, of 
Biirlield, Berks, spinster, 20, consent of father, 
John Fairebeard, of same, gent. — at Littleton, 
CO. Middlesex. 17 Nov. 1638. B. 

Antrobus, Robert, of St. Margaret, Lothbury, 
merchant taylor, bachelor, about 24, and 
Frances Ilulae, of same, widow, about 25 — at 
St. Martin Outwich. 21 July, 16G2. V. 

Antrobus, Thomas, of Lincoln's Inn, and Eliza- 
beth Woodcock, spinster, of St. Mary, Alder- 
manbury — to marry there. 19 Sept. 1577. B. 

Antrobus, William (Antarbus), draper, of St. 
Albans, Herts, and Johanna Rogers, spinster, 
daughter of John Rogers, late of same, " lanio- 
nis," deceased, gen. lie, 30 Nov. 1586. B. 

Anyer, Thomas, of Keldon, co. Essex, and Agnes 
Hales, of Friering, in same county, widow, 
gen. lie, 19 June, 1574. B. 

Apett, John, and Wenyfrydo Harryson, of City of 
London, gen. lie, 3 Feb. 156f. B. 

Aplegarthe, Humfrey, gent., and Hellen Eush- 
burghe, spinster, ot St. Dunstan-in-the-West — 
to marry there. 4 Aug. 1564. B. 

Aplett, John, gent., and Elizabeth Roo, widow, 
of Kensington, Middlesex, relict of — 
Roo, of same, husbandman, deceased — at 
Kensington. 26 Feb. 1583-4. B. 

Apparry. See Paery. 

Appleby, John, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middle- 
sex, and Mary Powell, of same, widow of 
Robert Powell, victualler— at St. Gregory, 
London. 25 Oct. 1625. B. 

Applebye, Roger (Aplebye), of St. Lawrence, Old 
Jewry, London, merchant taylor, and Jane 
Weste, of St. Gabriel, ;Fenchurch, widow of 

— Weste, late of same, merchant taylor, gen. 
lie, 5 Dee 1593. B. 

Appleston, John, innholder, and Susan Goodier, 
of Falham, Middlesex, spinster, daughter of 

— Goodier— at Fulham, aforesaid. 24 Sept. 
1613. B. 

Appleton, Christopher, of Hurst, co. Berks, 
yeoman, and Mary Lovelasse, of city of West- 
minster, spinster — at St. Margai-et, West- 
minster. 27 March, 1604. D. 

Appleton, the Eight Worshipful Sir Henry, 
knight and bart., of Bemfleet, Essex, widower, 
30, and Mrs. Alice Riplingham, of St. James, 
Clerkenwell, spinstei', 22, daughter of William 
Riplingham, esq., who consents — at St. 
Katherine Coleman. 11 Aug. 1628. B. 

Appleton, Sir Henry, bart., of Much Baddow, 
Essex, bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. Mary 
Rivett, of St. Mary-at-Hill, London, spinster, 
about 19, mother's consent — at St. Mary-at- 
Hill aforesaid. 17 May, 1675. V. 

Appleton, John, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Middle- 
sex, husbandman, and Susan Grafton, spinster, 
of same, daughter of John Grafton, late of 
Houuslow, said county, yeoman, deceased, 
gen. lie, 29 April, 1590. B. 

Appleton, Robert, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
28, and Mrs. IMartha Moore, of Germaines, co. 
Norfolk, spinster, about 17, daughter of 
Thomas Moore, of same, gent., who consents 
— at Germaines parish church aforesaid. 27 
April, 1619. F. 

Appleton, William, of Bridewell precinct, 
bachelor, 26, and Mary Steele, of St. Bride, 
spinster, 19, her mother's consent, her father 
dead — at St. Bride or St. Andrew, Holborn. 
9 July, 1687. B. 

Appleton, Wilham, of St. Giles-in-the-Fiolds, 
bachelor, 40, and Elizabeth Stoddard, of same 
widow, 40— at St. Giles-in-the-Fields or Gray's 
Inn Chapel. 12 Nov. 1687. B. 



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Appletree, John, of St. Magnusj London, grocer, 
and Susan Hodges, of St. Lawrence Poimtncy, 
spinster, daughter of John Hodges, of same, 
clothworker — at St. Lawrence Pountney afore- 
said. 22 Feb. IGli-. B. 

Appleyard, Jonathan, of St. Catherine Oree 
Church, gent., bachelor, about 24, and Mrs. 
Maude Goddard, of same, spinster, about 27, 
and at own disposal — at St. Paul, Covent 
Garden, or St. Mary, Savoy. 22 June, 1677. V. 

Apprice, &c. See Price. 

Appultre, Simon, and Agnes Rudyck. 21 Feb. 
]51§. F. [This entry erased.] 

Apsley, Edwai-d, gent., of St. James, Clerkenwell, 
bachelor, 30, and Anne Benton [Burton in 
margin], of same, widow, 40 — at St. Alphage. 
3 Sept. 1629. B. 

Apsley, Henry, of Sysehurst, Sussex, esq., 
bachelor, about 24, and Mrs. Cordelia Boys, 
of Hawkehurst, co. Kent, spinster, about 18, 
consent of father, Samuel Boys, of same, esq. 
— at St. Paul, Covent Garden, or St. Martin, 
CO. Middlesex, 9 June, 1676. V. 

Apsley, John, of Greenwich, Kent, bachelor, 25, 
and Elizabeth Prideaux, of St. Clement Danes, 
Middlesex, spinster, 29, who alleges — at St. 
Clement aforesaid, or ... . 9 Jan. 169^. 
F. 

Apsley, John, of Greenbank, parish of Stepney, 
mariner, bachelor, 28, and Rebecca Langham, 
of same, widow, 39 — at Stepney. 11 Aug. 
1698. B. 

Apsley, Michael, and Katherine Husey, of diocese 
of Chichester. 19 Jan. 154|. F. 

Apsley, Sir Peter, of St. James, Westminster, 
widower, and Katherine Fortrey, of St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields, Middlesex, spinster, 22, her 
parents dead — at St. James, Westminster, or 
.... 24 Sept. 1687. F. 

Aquanus, Cornelius, of St. Michael, Cornhill, 
goldsmith, and Mary Cloote, widow, relict of 
— Cloote, of St. Mary - at - Hill — at St. 
Botolph, Aldgate. 25 May, 1583. B. 

Arbeto, Francis, of St. Peter - le - Poor, and 
Elizabeth Allen, widow, of St. Leonard, Shore- 
ditcb, gen. lie, 26 Jidy, 1578. B. 

Archbold, Francis, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
gent., bachelor, about 30, and Elizabeth 
Trapham, of same, about 20 [entry incom- 
plete]. 28 June, 1607. V. 

Archbold, John. See Archibold. 

Archbould, William, of St. Saviour, Southwark, 
CO. Surrey, esq., bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. 
Mary Gillart, of Rye, co. Sussex, spinster, 
about 17, her father's consent — at Beckley, 
Playdon, Bread, or Rye, co. Sussex. 25 April, 
1673. V. 

Archedale, Martin, of All Hallows] Barking, and 
Barbara Sexton, spinster, of St. Clave, Hart 
Street — at St. Clave aforesaid. 10 June, 1575. 
B. 

Arclie, Boniface, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London, woodmonger, bachelor, and Joane 
Swene, of same, widow of William Swene, late 
of same, woodmonger — at same. 24 Jan. 16 15. 
B. 

Arclier, Abraham, clerk, M.A., of Orsett, Essex, 
bachelor, 33, and Frances Holstock, of same, 
spinster, 22, daughter of William Holstock, of 
same, gent., who consents — at St. Gregory 
or St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, or St. Magdalen, 
Old Fish Street. 8 Aug. 1628. B. 
Arclier, Cannon, of St. Mary, Wlntechapel, 
Middlesex, waterman, and Anne Robson, of 
same, widow of Nathaniel Robson, late of 
same, gunner — at same. 17 Doc. 1603. B. 

London Mairiatje Licences, 



Archer, Charles, of St. Mary Somerset, London, 
tailor, and Margaret Harvey, of same, widow 
of William Harvey, late of same, tailor — at 
St. Trinity, Trinity Lane, London. 1 March, 
161J. B. 

Archer, Edward, of South Weald, co. Essex, 
husbandman, and Joane Sandford, of same, 
spinster — at St. Andrew-in-the-Wardrobe, 
London. 25 Jan. 162fJ. B. 

Archer, .Fi-ancis, of St. Michael-ad-Bladum, 
London, tailor, and Isabell Bourne, of St. 
Michael, Cornhill, London, spinster, daughter 
of Reuben Bourne, of same, grocer — at St. 
Michael aforesaid. 22 Feb. 162f . B. 

Archer, Henry, yeoman, and Clemence Wood- 
cocke, of Epping, co. Essex, widow of John 
Woodcocke, late of Munnisinge, co. Essex, 
yeoman, gen. lie, 1 Oct. 1595. B. 

Archer, Henry, of Gray's Inn, Middlesex, gent., 
and Anno Crowche, of St. Mary Woolchurch, 
London, spinster, daughter of Giles Crowche, 
of same, haberdasher — at St. Mary Wool- 
church aforesaid. 13 Jan. 159|. B. 

Archer, James, of Sabridgworth, co. Herts, 
clerk, bachelor, and Ellen Dent, of the City of 
London, widow of George Dent, late of 
Buutingfoi'd, said county of Herts, clerk — at 
St. Botolph, Aldersgate, London. 25 March, 
1612. B. 

Archer, John, clerk, and Susan Button, of 
Trinity, Minories, London, spinster, daughter 
of Matthew Rutton, of same, gent. — at 
Trinity, Minories, aforesaid. 29 Dec. 1626. B. 

Archer, John, and Elizabeth Home, of St. Botolph, 
Bishopsgate, London, spinster — at Stepney, co. 
Middlesex. 29 Jan. 162 a. B. 

Archer, John, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, gent., 
bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. Hester Cox, of 
Enfield, Middlesex, spinster, about 18, her 
father's consent — at Enfield or Tottenham, 
Middlesex. 15 Dec. 1673. V. 

Archer, John, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, about 
22, and Mrs. Mary Jhones, of Welford, 
Berks, spinster, about 17, consent of mother, 
Mrs. Anne Whitehead, of Titherley, co. South- 
ampton, now ux. — Whitehead, of same, esq. 
—at St. Clement Danes. 9 Feb. 1G7|. V. 

Archer, John, of Enfield, Middlesex, widower, 50, 
and Mary Middlemore,of Hackney, said county, 
spinster, 30, at her own disposal — at Enfield 
aforesaid or ... . 8 Aug. 1694. F. 

Archer, Launcelot, and Joanna Seneger, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn — to marry there. 20 Dec. 
1565. B. 

Archer, Robert, of St. Martin - in - the - Fields, 
Middlesex, and Bridget lies, of the town of 
Colchester, co. Essex, widow of Robert lies, 
late of same, sailor — at Great Braxted, co. 
Essex. 1 March, 160|. B. 

Archer, Robert, of Middle Temple, esq., bachelor, 
about 26, and Mrs. Anne Ironside, of Heath 
and Reach, co. Beds, spinster, about 21, her 
father's consent — at Dunstable, Beds, or ... . 
16 Dec. 1674. V. 

Archer, Simon, of Upton, co. Warwick, bachelor, 
30, and Elizabeth Hastings, of Hinton, co. 
Northampton, spinster, 18, daughter of 
William Hastings, of same, gent., who con- 
sents—at St. Paul, Covent Garden, Middlesex, 
or ... . 4 April, 1684. F. 

Archer, Thomas, of Sabridgworth, co. Herts, 
butcher, and Penelope Archer, of Royden, co. 
Essex, widow of Thomas Archer, late of same, 
butcher— at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, London. 
27 June, 1603. B. 



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Archer, Thomas, of Ashdom, Essex, gent., 
widower, about GO, and Barbara Blinckoe, of 
Saffrou Walden, said co., widow, about 52 — at 
St. Miii'y Somerset, London. 10 Sept. 1G62. V. 

Archibold, John, gent., of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West, bachelor, 23, and Anno Ciriflin, of St. 
James, Clerkenwell, spinster, 20, her father 
dead — at St. Margaret I\[oses or St. Nicholas 
Cole Abbey. 7 Aug. 1G33. 13. 

Arden, Henry, of Chelmsford, Essex, gent., 
widower, about 42, and Mary Boosie, of 
Writtle, said county, spinster, about 28, at 
own disposal — at St. Magnus - the - Martyr, 
London. 22 March, 1G6J. V. 

Arden, John, and Dorothy Hassard|[in margin, 
Hazard], of city of Westminster, spinster. 
15 June, 1639. D. 

Arden, Robert, of St. Martin-in-tho-Fields, vintner, 
and Agnes Mather, of same, spinster — at any 
church in the jurisdiction of Westminster. 
27 Nov. 1568. D. 

Arden, Thomas, of the city of Westminster, esq., 
bachelor, 37, and Theodosia Long, of Parmen- 
ton, CO. Kent, widow, 40 — at St. Bartholomew- 
the-Less, London. 10 Oct. 1664. P. 

Ardren, John, and Elizabeth Loo, " puella," of 
St. Andrew, Holborn — to marry there. 15 
Jan. 15ff,. B. [In margin, " Nihil Soluta."] 

Al'drene, William, jun., of St. Martin, Ludgate, 
gent., bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. Alice 
Smith, of ^Great Wigborough, Essex, widow, 
about 34 — at Great Wigborough or Towels- 
bury, CO. Essex. 21 March, 166|. V. 

Avenon, Nicholas, of Westham, co. Essex, gent,, 
and Margaret Spencer, widow, of St. Martin 
Oatwich — at St. Martin Outwich. 14 Aug. 
1576. B. 

Argall, Reginald, of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, 
gent., and Anne Rowe, of Walthamstow, co. 
Essex, widow of William Rowe, late of same, esq. 
— at Walthamstow aforesaid. 7 April, 1599. B. 

Argall, Thomas, of the Inner Temple, esq., 
bachelor, 25, and Anne Wild, spinster, 17, 
daughter of Sir William Wild, knight and 
bart.. Recorder of London, who consents — at 
Great St.Bartholomew, London. 14 Oct. 1662. F. 

Aris, Richard, of Whitechapel, Middlesex, gent., 
bachelor, about 23, and Mary Hayes, of St. 
Bride, London, spinster, about 25, consent of 
mother, Anne Pleadwcll, alias Hayes, of same 
—at Whitechapel aforesaid. 19 Dec. 1663. V. 

Arkenstall, Giles, of London, gent., and Katherine 
Bladder, of Westminster, spinster. 12 April, 
1583. D. 

Arkenstall, Richard. See Aetkynstall. 

Arkenstall, Robert, gent., of Ely, co. Cambridge, 
widower, 40, and Constance Rayner, of St. 
Nicholas Cole Abbey, widow, about 30 — at St. 
Bartholomew-the-Less, or St. Mary Magdalen, 
Old Fish Street. 16 May, 1646. B. 

Armager, James, of Stepney, Middlesex, gent., 
and Isabell Downer, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
widow of John Downer, late of same, wood- 
monger, gen. lie, 14 Jan. 159^. B. 

Arme, Dionisius, and Ellen David widow, of St. 
Dunstan-in-the-Wcst— to marry there. 16 
Feb. 157f B. 

Armer, William, of All Hallows Barking, and 
Elizabeth Prancklyn, of the City of London, 
spinster, gen. lie, 2 May, 1564. B. 

Armetredyngf, John, and Anne Lye, of diocese 
of Westminster. 23 March, 154^}. P. 

Armetredyng-, William (Armetrcdinge), and Eliza- 
beth Mullener, of Eastham, spinster, gen. lie. 
14 Dec. 1572. B. 

Armiger, Edward, gent., of St. Giles, Cripplegatc 
liach., 22, and Also Budsdell, of same, spinster, 
21, father consents — at St. Faith, 5 July, 1634. B. 



Arminger, William, esq., of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
Wcst, Loudon, bachelor, 27, and Elizabeth 
Blackman, of St. Catherine Coleman, London, 
widow, 30 — at Pulham, Middlesex. 28 Dec. 
1665. F. 

Armitclisted, William, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
skinner, and Margaret Cooper, of All Uallovss- 
in-the-Wall, London, widow — at All Hallows 
aforesaid. 15 Oct. 1624. B. 

Armsted, Robert, of St. Sepulchre, London, and 
Bridget Carter, of same, spinster — at same. 
12 Oct. IGll. B. 

Arnxstrongf, James (Armestronge), and Jane 
Fi-ancklin, spinster, of St. Dunstan-in-the- West 
—at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf. 4 April, 1578. B. 

Armstrongf, John, of Hampton Court, co. Surrey 
(.sic), gent., widower, about 31, and Hester 
Cleere, of same, spinster, about 24, consent of 
father, Henry Cleere, chirui'geon — at Kings- 
ton, Surrey. 28 Jan. lG6f. V. 

Armstrong", Robert, and Ellena Fall, of St. 
Michael ad rijiam Regine. 15 Jan. 153". B. 

Armstrong', Thomas (Armestronge), of St.Botolph, 
Bishoiisgate, London, tallow - chandler, and 
Joanna Hyde, of Little St.Bartholomew, West 
Smithfield, widow of — Hyde, of same, yeoman, 
gen. lie, 24 Sept. 1588. B. 

Armstrong, Thomas, of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, gent., and Margaret Miller, of same, 
spinster — at same. 15 May, 1610. D. 

Armytage, Sir George, of Kirklees Hall, co. 
York, bart., bachelor, and Anna Maria Went- 
worth, of St. Mary-le-Bone, spinster, above 21 
—at St. Mary-le-Boue. 9 April, 1760. B. 

Arnald, Michael, of Ampthill, Beds, gent., 
bachelor, 25, and Susannah Blount, of Titten- 
hanger, Herts, spinster, 19, with consent of 
her father. Sir Thomas Pope Blount, bart., 
of same, attested by Richard Arnald, of 
St. Mary-le-Bow, London, linendraper — at 
Shenley, CO. Herts, or . . . . 14 May, 1696. F. 

Arne, Tliomas, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
bachelor, 27 and upwards, and Mary Thurs- 
feild, of St. Martin-iu-the-Fields, spinster, 20, 
with her father's consent — at St. Peter, 
Cornhill, or elsewhere in diocese. 4 Feb. 168^. 
B. 

Arneway, Thomas, of Westminster, gent., and 
Margaret Udall, of same, widow. 18 June, 
1586. D. 

Arney, John, of Yarwell, co. Northampton, gent., 
bachelor, 28, and Elizabeth Ground, of same, 
spinster, daughter of Margaret Arney, wife of 
Ilonry Arney, of same, gent., who alleges and 
attests his wife's consent — at Yarwell or 
Newton, co. Northampton, or Jarcott, co. 
Huntingdon. 25 May, 1667. F. 

Arnold, Anthony, of St. Nicholas, city of 
Gloucester, gent., widower, about 51, and 
Mrs. Anne Guise, of the college, in said city, 
widow — at All Hallows, Bread Street, London. 
1 Nov. 1678. V. 

Arnold, James, of St. Alphage, London, coachman, 
and Anne Glover, of same, single woman — at 
St. Mary Somerset, London. 2 Doc. 1623. B. 

Arnold, John (Arnolde), husbandman, and Dionise 
Cooke, spinster, of Bradvrell-juxta-Mare, co. 
Essex, daughter of Thomas Cooke, of Witham, 
said county, weaver — at Bradwell aforesaid. 
4 Oct. 1585. B. 

Arnold, John (Arnolde), grocer, of Great All 
Hallows, Thames Street, and Alice Shere- 
brooke, spinster, of St. Bartholomew, Ex- 
change, London, daughter of John Shere- 
brookc, late of same, founder, deceased — at 
St. Bartholomew Exchange. 2 Dec. 1586. B. 



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Arnold, John, of Fulham, co. Middlosex, yeoman, 
and Winifred Nelliam, of Rislipp, said county, 
widow of — Nelliam, late of Ickenham, said 
county, yeoman — at Acton, co. Middlesex. 
2 Nov. 1611. B. 

Arnold, Matthew, of St. Mary Magdalen, city of 
Oxford, bachelor, 27, and Priacilla Sansbury, 
of Banbury, co. Oson, spinster, 21, daughter 
of Amos Sansbury, who consents — at Wickham, 
near Banbury, or ... . 1 Aug. 1701. F. 

Arnold, Michael, jun., of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, gent., bachelor, about 27, and Mrs. 
Dorothy Gougli, of same, spinster, about 20, 
her parents dead, consent of her brother, 
Ilenry Gough, of PenryHall, co. Stafford, esq., 
— at St. Margaret, Westminster, or new 
chapel of Westminster. 25 Feb. 1G7S. ^■ 

Arnold, Michael, 1696. See Arnalh. 

Arnold, Nemiah (so signed), of the city of 
0.xford, gent., bachelor, 30, and Martha Doilcy, 
of Mixbury, co. Oxford, widow— at St. Sepul- 
chre, London, .or .... 19 June, 1699. F. 

Arnold, Robert, of St. Mary Aldermary, citizen 
of London, bachelor, about 28, and Mary 
Vassal), spinster, about 20, consent of father, 
Samuel Vassall, of St. George, Southwark — 
at St. IMary Aldermary, or All Hallows 
Stayning, London, or Lambeth, Surrey. 12 Oct. 
1661. V. 

Arnold, Samuel, of St. Martin, Ludgate, London, 
haberdasher, and Mary Thornton, of St. 
Sepulclu-e, said city, spinster, daughter of 
Thomas Thornton, late of same, glazier, 
deceased — at St. Olave, Silver Street, London. 
9 April, 1602. B. 

Arnold, Samuel, of Kensington, Middlesex, 
yeomau, bachelor, 20, and Elizabeth Paulet, 
ofWilsdon, Middlesex,' spinster, 16, daughter 
of John Paulet, late of same, gent., consent 
of her mother and brother, alleged by 
William Arnold, of Kensington, yeoman — at 
St. Gregory, London. 12 Nov. 1632. B. 

Arnold, Thomas, of London, blacksmith, and 
Elizabeth Holman, of same, spinster, daughter 
of Robert Holman, of co. Berks, yeoman — at 
St. Sepulchre, London. 9 April, 1597. B. 

Arnold, Thomas, of Ivill, Sussex, gent., bachelor, 
about 30, and Anne Ladds, of Croydon, Surrey, 
spinster, about 16, consent of father, Thomas 
Ladds, tanner — at Croydon aforesaid. 22 Nov. 
166C. V. 

Arnold, Tobias, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, brasier, and Susan Wittham, of same, 
spinster, daughter of Richard Wittham, of 
Dagenham, co. Essex, tanner — at St. Andrew- 
in-the-Wardrobe, London. 8 Oct. 1610. B. 

Arnold, William, of Fulham, Middlesex, yeoman, 
and Mary Marsh, of Hendon, said county, 
daughter of John Marsh, of same, yeoman, 
gen. lie, 9 Dec. 1596. B. 

Arpe, Matthew, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, and 
Amy Wyllson, als Stafforde, widow, of Stepney 
—at Stepney. 18 Nov. 1574. B. 

Arpe, Peter. 16 March, 160|. See Orpe. 

Arrag'on, Robert, and Joanna Coole, widow, of 
St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, gen. lie, 1 July, 

1567. B. 

Arratt, William, and Alice Kinge, "puella" — to 
marry at St. Ethelburga, London. 11 Feb. 
156|. B. 

Arroweakar, John, yeoman, and Anne Sorrell, 
spinster, of Old Salinge, Essex, gen. lie, 31 Dec. 

1568. B. 

Arrowsmith, John (Arrowesmithe), and Agnes 
Brydges, widow, of Stepney — at Stepney. 
25 Aug. 1576. B. 



Arrowsmith, Peter, of St. Clement Danes, gent., 
bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. Rose Jermyn, of 
St. Dunstan-in-the-West, spinster, aged 19, 
consent of father, John Jermyn, of same, gent. 
— at St. Mary Mounthaw, London. 24 May, 
1665. V. 

Arrowsmith, Thomas, grocer, and Mary Cowley, 
of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, London, spinster, 
daughter of — Cowley, of . . . ., co. Stafford, 
gent., gon. lie, 23 Nov. 1595. B. 

Arrowsmith, William, and Joanna Maynford 
spinster, gen. lie, 15 Aug. 1561. B. 

Artam, Leonard, and Johanna Germounte, widow, 
of St. Sepulchre — at St. Sepulchre. 16 Feb. 
157i B. 

Arther, John, of Doncaster, co. York, bachelor, 
about 25, and Katharine Manwayring, spin- 
ster, about 22, daughter of Sarah Hunt, of 
same, widow, who consents, alleged by 
Thomas Baker, of Lambeth, co. Surrey, clerk 
- -at Lambeth aforesaid. 16 Jime, 1673. F. 

Arthur, John, of St. Clement, Eastcheap, and 
Alice Cl}^o, of same, widow— at St. Clement 
aforesaid. 8 Dec. 1562. B. 

Arthur, Richard, of All Saints, city of Bristol, 
gent., bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Powlett, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
spinster, about 21, her parents dead — at St. 
Clement Danes aforesaid. 24 June, 1670. V. 

Arthur, Robert, of Deptford, co. Kent, waterman, 
and Margaret Ballis, of Stepney, Middlesex, 
spinster, daughter of Christopher Ballis, of 
same, blacksmith — at Stepney aforesaid. 4 
April, 1615. B. 

Artkjmstall, Richard, gent., and Elizabeth Ratt- 
liffc, of City of London, spinster, gen. lie 1 Jan. 
156f. B. 

Arton, Bartholomew, of King Street, St. Margaret, 
Westminster, butcher, and Elizabeth Pettiton, 
of same, widow — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 
14 Feb. 159f . D. 

Arton, Richard, of Westminster, bachelor, and 
Margai'ct Stake, of same, widow, [no place 
given]. "Last" of Feb. 161f. D. 

Arundell, Francis, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, above 21, and Isabella Wentworth, 
of same, maid of honour to the Queen, having 
the consent of her Majesty ; above 21 — at St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields. 1 July, 1703. B. 

Arundell, Gregory, gent., of Hampstead, Middle- 
sex, widower, 60, and Elizabeth Smithe, of 
same, maiden, 24, daughter of Robert Smith, 
late of same, yeoman, deceased, consent of her 
mother, Anne Smithe, of same, widow — at St. 
Andi-ew-in-the-Wardrobe. 28 May, 1612. B. 

Arundell, the Right Hon. John, Baron Arundell, 
of Trerice, bachelor, 20, consent of his mother, 
the Right Hon. Dame Jane Ai'undell, Baroness 
DowagerofAi-undelljWidow, and the Hon. Eliza- 
beth Wentworth, of St. James, Westminster, 
spinster, 25 — at St. James, Westminster. 1 
June, 1722. B. 

Arundell, John, jun., of St. James, Westminster, 
bachelor, 21, and Margaret Kelland, of same, 
20— at St. Mary-le-Bone. 3 March, 170^. B. 

Arundell, John, of Northall, co. Middlesex, 
yeoman, widower, and Dorothy Thornton, of 
same, spinster, daughter of Thomas Thornton, 
late of Gi'eenford Magna, said county, yeoman, 
deceased— at Northall aforesaid. 23 July, 1608' 

Arundell, Sir Matthew (Arundle), knight, and 
Mary Wrisley (Wriothesley), spinster, daughter 
of Henry, late Earl of Southampton — to marry 
in chapel of Mary, Countess of Southampton, 
in St. Andrew, Holborn. 18 June, 1585. B. 

Arundell, Thomas, esq., and Mary Culpeper, 
widow — at St. Gregory, or elsewhere, in 
London. 9 .Ian. 1.55^. B. 

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Aryan, Garrett, mariner, and Mary Willyams, of 
St. Botolph, Aldgato, London, spinster, 
daughter of Henry Williams, late of same, 
bricklayer, deceased — at St. Botolph aforesaid. 
22 Dec. 1598. B. 

AsTjury, John, of South Mims, Middlesex, glover, 
and Helen Archer, of same, widow of James 
Archer, husbandman — at St. Andrcw-in-the- 
Wardrobo, London. 8 Sept. 1G2J.. B. 

Ascom, Charles, of Pennsylvania, in America, 
yeoman, bachelor, 42, and Marth Earle, of 
Eatcliffe, parish of Stepney, spinster, 20, at 
own disposal— at Stepney. 18 Aug. 1G87. B. 

Ascombe, Ephraim, gent., of St. Martin-in-tlie- 
Fields, bachelor, 2G, and Martha Gi'eene, of 
Borcham, Essex, spinster, 22, daughter of 
Robert Greene, late of same, yeoman, deceased, 
consent of her mother, Priscilla Greene, of 
same — at Boreham aforesaid. 7 Feb. 163~. 
B. 

Asfordby, Charles, rector of Cranford, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 50, and Alice Tash, of Tver, Bucks, 
spinster, 30, at her own disposal — at Stanwell 
or Harmsworth, Middlesex, or Iver aforesaid. 
6 Nov. 1683. P. 

Ashborne, Thomas, of Scroby, co. Notts, gent., 
and Elizabeth Watson, of St. Bride, London, 
spinster — at St. Dunatan-in-the-West, London. 
15 Feb. 162^. B. 

Aslibrooke, Samuel, and Elizabeth Barron, of St. 
Leonard, Foster Lane, London, widow — at 
St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London. 
25 July, 1626. B. 

Ashburnham, Sir Denny, bart., of Broomham, 
CO. Sussex, widower, and Anne Watkins, 
spinster, 30, daughter of Dame Honor Wat- 
kins, of Tower Hill, and of the Tower parish, 
London, widow, who consents — at St. George, 
Southwark, co. Surrey. 4 Sept. 1675. F. 

Ashburnliain, John, esq., of the City of London, 
and Mary Fane, spinster, of said city, gen. lie. 
28 Jun. 1569. B. 

Ashbury, John (Ashberye), baker, of All Hallows 
Steyning, and Anne Careles, spinster, of St. 
Sepulchre, daughter of George Careles, of 
Sutton Cofield, co. Warwick, smith — at St. 
Sepulchre. 3 Oct. 1586. B. 

Ashbury, Joseph, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, gent., bachelor, 27, and Elizabeth 
Moore, of same, spinster, about 24, her parents 
dead — at St. Martin aforesaid. 5 Aug. 1671. F. 

Ashbury, William (Asheburie), and Anne Smith, 
spinster, of St. Clement Danes, gen. lie. 16 Feb. 
157|. B. 

Ashbury, William (Ashburye), of City of London, 
and Margt. Lysarde, widow, of St. Alban, Wood 
Street,'gen. lie, 14 Dec. 1574. B. 

Ashby, Anthony, and Johanna Gray, of Wool- 
church. 24 Jan. 153|. B. 

Ashby, Bonaventure (Ashebeye), gent,, and Sarah 
Sweettman, spinster, of Harefield, Middlesex — 
at St. Bennet, PauPs Wharf. 4 Dec. 1582. B. 

Ashby, John (Asshebye), merchant taylor, of 
St. Alban, Wood Street, and Jane Denton, 
spinster, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate— at St. 
Botolph aforesaid. 25 Feb. 158^. B. 

Ashby, John (Ashbey), of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, toome-maker, and Joane Watson, 
spinster, daughter of — Watson, deceased — 
ac St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 26 Oct. 
1620. B. 

Ashby, John, of St. Margaret Moses, London, 
merchant, widower, and Elizabeth Thorowgood, 
of Hornchurch, Essex, spinster, 20, daughter 
of Richard Thorowgood, of same, esq., who 
consents — at Hornchurch aforesaid, or the 
chapel of Havering belonging thereto. 29 Dec. 
1671. F. 



Ashby, Robert (Ashebie), and Dorothy Ueyden 
daughter of Francis Heyden, of Watford, 
Herts, spinster. 18 Feb. 158^. D. 

Ashby, Stephen (Ashbey), and Martha Pollyn, of 
the city of Westminster, spinster. 3 Oct. 
1633. D. 

Ashby, Thomas (Ashbye), yeoman, and Agnes 
Broade, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, 
widow of Henry Broade, late of same, salter 
— at St. Botolph aforesaid. 1 Nov. 1598. B. 

Ashcroft, John, of Gray's Inn, bachelor, 24, and 
Hester Rea, of Molten, co. Lincoln, spinster, 
21 and upwards, her parents dead— at St. 
Katherine, near the Tower, or the chapel 
within the Tower, London. 5 Aug. 1682. F. 

Ashdowne, Bartholomew, gent., of Clifford's Inn, 
bachelor, 27, and Mary Cuddon, of Chiswick, 
Middlesex, 38, widow of Thomas Cuddon, 
gent., late of same, deceased — at Chiswick. 22 
Jan. 164^. B. 

Ashdo-wne, Thomas, 1620. See Aishdone. 

Ashe, Benjamin, of Fleshford, co. Somerset, gent., 
bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Stoakes, of Chippenham, Wilts, spinster, about 
16, consent of mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Stoakes, 
of same, widow — at Chippenham aforesaid. 
6 May, 1670. V. 

Ashe, Christopher (Ash), of St. Leonard, Shore- 
ditch, Middlesex, merchant tailor, and Joane 
Flendell, of same, spinster — at St. Leonard 
aforesaid. 5 Sept. 1625. B. 

Ashe, Christopher, 1673. See Aishe. 

Ashe, Hugh, of St. Bartholomew-the-Less, and 
Elizabeth Gale, of St. Mary Mounthaw — at 
St. Mary Mounthaw. 16 Jan. 155|. B. 

Ashe, James, of the City of London, yeoman, and 
Agnes Lambden, spinster, of St. Gabi-iel 
Fenchurch, London, daughter of William 
Lambden, of Great Marlow, Bucks, husband- 
man. 2 July, 1589. B. 

Ashe, James, of the Inner Temple, gent., bachelor, 
30, and Playdell Tomlinson, of St. Olave, 
Southwark, Surrey, spinster, about 20, 
her parents dead, with the consent of her 
guardian, Charles Cox, esq., attested by 
Joseph Ashe, of Christ Church College, 
Oxford, gent. — at St. Olave aforesaid, or . . . 
13 April, 1703. F. 

Ashe, John, 1672. See Aishe. 

Ashe, St. George, D.D., of St. James, Westminster, 
bachelor, 40, and Jane Newcomen, of same, 
widow, 27 — at All Hallows, Bread Street, 
London, or .... 29 May, 1695. F. 

Ashe, William, of Inner Temple, esq., bachelor, 
about 22, and Mrs. Anne Popham, of Little- 
cott, Wilts, spinster, about 16, consent of her 
brother and guardian. Sir Francis Popham, 
K.B.— at Chclton, Wilts. 27 June, 1670. V. 

Ashen, Thomas, of Horndon-on-the-Hill, Essex, 
gent., bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Frances 
Carter, of Colne, co. Huntingdon, spinster, about 
20, her mother's consent — at Rampton, co. 
Cambridge. 19 April, 1669. V. 

Ashenden, John, of St. Martin, Ludgate, London, 
scrivener, and Barbara Andrewes, of St. 
Michael, Wood Street, spinster, daughter of 
George Andrewes, of same, gold-weaver — at 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 14 April, 
1609. B. 

Ashenhurst, John, of Great Baddow, co. Essex, 
gent., aged 30 and upwards, and Elizabeth 
Wells, of Great Gaddesden, Herts, spinster, 
28, at St. Mary, Whitechapel or Stratford. 
Bow, CO. Middlesex. 26 Aug. 1663. F. 

Ashemore, Henry, of Islington, co. Middlesex, 
victualler, and Dorothy Webb, spinster, 
daughter of John Webb, deceased — at St. 
Mary, Islington, aforesaid. 12 Oct. 1615. B. 



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Ashfield, Edmundo (Ashefeildo), esq., of St. 
Sepulclire, London, and Clara Whorde, of Christ- 
church, Newgate, spinster, daughter of William 
Whorde, (? Horde) of same, esq., gen. lie., 12 
Aug. 1588. B. 
Ashfield, Sir John, knight, 30, and Dame Elizabeth 
Altham, 27, widow of Sir James Altham, 
knight, deceased — at St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 
London. 30 April, 1G27. B. 

Ashfield, Sir Richard (Aslifeild), bart., of St. Giles- 
in-y<^-Fie]ds, widower, 44, and Madam Darcase 
Burckett, of St. Katherine, Tower of London, 
widow— at St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, 
St. Giles-in-the-Fields, or St. James, Clerken- 
well. 30 Dec. 1673. B. 

Ashfield, Richard (Ashfeild), of St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex, esq., bachelor, about 22, 
and Mrs. Mary Gunning, of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West, spinster, aljout 22, her parents dead 
. — at St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street. 
26 Dec. 1677. V. 

Ashford, Thomas, of Axminster, co. Devon, clerk, 
bachelor, 36, and Milliam Galhampton, of 
Topsham, said county, spinster, 22, her father 
dead, and she at her own disposal — at 
Axminster, Kilmington, or Chardstoke, co. 
Devon. 24 Nov. ]662. F. 

Ashhurst, Henry [seems to sign junior], of 
Hackney, Middlesex, gent., bachelor, about 24, 
and the Hon. Mrs. Dyana Pagett, of West 
Drayton, said county, spinster, about 22, con- 
sent of father, the Right Hon. William, Lord 
Pagett — at Hampton Magna, Middlesex. 
26 March, 1670. V. 

Ashhurst, Samuel, of St. Mary-at-Hill, London, 
gent., and Martha Smyth, of St. Giles, Cripple- 
gate, spinster, about 18, consent of her parents 
—at St. Giles aforesaid. 17 Oct. 1660. V. 

Ashhurst, Samuel, of St. James, Clerkenwell, 
gent., widower, about 40, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Perry, of Hornsey, Middlesex, spinster, about 
24, and at own disposal — at Newington Green 
or Stoke Newington, Middlesex. 1 April, 1670. 
V. 

Ashhurst, William ( Ashurst) , of Hackney, Middle- 
sex, gent., bachelor, about 21, and Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Thompson, of Newington Green, said 
county, spinster, about 21, consent of father, 
Robert Thompson, of same, gent. — at Newing- 
ton aforesaid. 31 Aug. 1668. V. 

Ashley, Anthony. The Right Hon. Anthony, Lord 
Ashley, alleged marriage of his son, Anthony 
Ashley, esq., and Dame Dorothy Manners, 
daughter of the Right Hon. John, Earl of 
Rutland — at parish church or chapel of 
Belvoir Castle, or in any church or chapel in 
province of Canterbury. 18 Aug. 1669. V. 

Ashley, Francis, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, gent., 
bachelor, about 28, and Miriam Merriton, of 
St. Clement Danes, widow, about 27 — at St. 
Clement Danes or St. Giles-in-the-Fields. 
4 March, 166S-. V. 

Ashley, Henry (Assheley), esq., and Katherine 
Basset, gent., of Hever, diocese of Canter- 
bury. 8 Dec. 1517. F. 

Ashley, John (Assheley), of City of London, esq., 
and Margaret Lenton, alias Grays, of co. 
Essex, gen. lie, 13 Oct. 1565. B. 

Ashley, the Hon. Maurice, esq., of St. Giles-in- 
the-Fields, bachelor, 30, and Mrs. Catharine 
Popple, of St. Andrew, Holborn, S]->inster, 21 
—at St. Giles aforesaid. 2 June, 1709. B. 

Ashley, Michael, of Houghton, Notts, gent., 
bachelor, 27, and Mary Haywood, of same, 
spinster, 24, her parents dead, alleged by 
Francis Ashley, of Lincoln's Inn, gent. — at 
St. Mary, Savoy, or Islington, or Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex. 29 May, 1666. F. 



Ashley, William, of Tamworth, co. Stafford, gent., 
liachclor, about 31, and Mary Babington, of 
the city of Lichfield, spinster, about 31, con- 
sent of her parents — at Tamworth aforesaid. 

6 Feb. ]67i. V. 

Ashmole, Ellas, of Middle Temple, esq., widower, 
about 50, and Elizabeth Dugdale, of St. 
Dunstan-in-the-AVest, spinster, about 34 — ■ 
at Gray's Inn Chapel, alleged by William 
Hobbs, of St. Mary, Savoy, gent. 21 Oi't. 1668, 
V. 

Ashton, Baldwin, of city of Westminster, yeoman, 
bachelor, 24, and Sara Croode, of same, 
spinster, 20, daughter of John Croode, late of 
. . . ., CO. Kent, yeoman, deceased, alleged by 
Robert Ashton, of same, 'gent. — at St. Pancras. 
14 Oct. 1030. B. 

Ashton, Charles, of Gray's Inn, gent., and Alice 
Healye, spinster, of St. Mary, Aldermanbury, 
daughter of John Healye, late of Rochedall, 
CO. Lancaster, clothier, deceased, gen. lie., 

7 Jan. 158^. B. 

Ashton, Lawrence, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
London, cloth worker, widower, and Anne 
Monney, of Edmonton, co. Middlesex, spinster, 
her parents dead — at Edmonton aforesaid. 
13 May, 1619. B. 

Ashton, Matthew, of St. Martiu-in-the-Fields, 
gent., bachelor, 35, and Mrs. Ann Athy, of 
same, spinster, 23, consent of father, Mr. 
Richard Athy — at St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 
20 Oct. 1696. B. 

Ashton, Robert, 1564-. See Aishton. 

Ashton, Sedgwick, of the Middle Temple, bachelor, 
23, and Sarah Capell, spinster, 18, daughter of 
Sarah Capell, of Willingalo Doe, co. Essex, 
widow, who consents, alleged by Nicholas 
Ashton, of St. Gregory, London — at Bishops 
Hatfield, Herts, or .... 17 May, 1688. F. 

Ashton, Thomas, of Upwood, co. Huntingdon, 
gent., widower, about 50, and Elizabeth 
Hustwhat, of Ramsey, said county, widow, 
about 46 — at Ramsey aforesaid. 10 Jan. 166^. 
V. 

Ashton, Walter, of Yerstone, co. Derby, genfc., 
bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Alestrie, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
spinster, about 21, her parents dead — at St. 
Mary, Savoy, Middlesex. 15 April, 1668. 
V. 

Ashton, William, of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Deborah Graves, 
of same,spinster, about 21, consent of guardian, 
her parents dead — at St. Martin-iu-the-Fields, 
or St. Mary, Savoy. 30 Oct. 1673. V, 

Ashton, William (i.e., Assheton), D.D., of Becken- 
ham, Kent, bachelor, 46, and Anne Peache, of 
Rotherhithe, co. Surrey, widow — at St. Ethel- 
burgh, London, or ... . 15 May, 1689. F. 

Ashwell, Thomas, of St. Leonard, Shoreditcb. 
gent., widower, about 46, and Jane Moye, of 
St. Nicholas Olave, London, spinster, about 
26, and at own dispose — at St. Trinity, 
London. 31 Oct. 1663. V. 

Ash-well, William (Asshewell), of St. Margaret, 
King's Lynn, of the diocese of Norwich, and 
Elizabeth Goldewell, of St. Botolph, Aldgate 
—at St. Botolph aforesaid. 17 Jan. 154|. B. 

Ashewyn, Anthony, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
Loudon, saddler, and Grace Bigrave, of same, 
spinster, daughter of — Bigrave, deceased — 
at St. Botolph aforesaid. 20 May, 1612. B. 

Aske, Robert, of St. Mary, Aldermanbury, London, 
esq., widower, about 40, and Mrs. Mary 
Bonfoy, of Ealing, Middlesex, widow, about 
40— at All Hallows-in-the-Wall, London. 17 
Feb. 167^. V. 



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Askerne, Josias, gent., of St. Bennett Sherehog, 
London, bachelor, 40, and Mary Munk, of 
precinct of Bridwell, widow, about same age 
— at St. Bennett Sherehogg aforesaid. 7 ¥eh. 
1G21^. B. 

Askeryck, William, and Elizabeth Ludford, of the 
diocese of Coventry and Lichfield. 20 April, 
1548. F. 

Askewe, Edward (Asttoe), esq., servant to our 
lord the king, and Margaret Skypwyth, of 
the diocese of Lincoln, widow. 27 April, 1545. 
F. 

Aske-we, James, of St. Mary Magdalen, Milk 
Street, London, stationer, and Elizabeth 
Powell, widow, of St. Margaret Moses, Friday 
Street, London, relict of William Powell, late 
of All Hallows, Lombard Street, haberdasher, 
gen. lie, 28 July, 1590. B. 

Askewe, James (Askew), tailor, bachelor, and 
Margaret Grundy, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
London, widow of Thomas Grundy — at St. 
Andrew, Holborn, aforesaid. 10 Jan. 162y. B. 

Askewe, John, 1545. Sec Aiscougiie. 

Askewe, John, and Dorothy Ossybroke. 12 Dec. 
1586. D. 

Askewe, John (Askew), of city of Westminster, 
" nauta," and Elizabeth Burley, of same, 
widow. 3 Jan. 163|. D. 

Askewe, Thomas (Askue), of Stepney, Middlesex, 
sailor, and Elizabeth Baxter, widow of Andrew 
Baxter. 19 Jan. 162,^. B. 

Askewithe, William, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
and Eosina Gocianos, of Stepney, widow — at 
Bromley, Middlesex. 23 June, 1579. B. 

Askey, Henry, of Stepney, co. Middlesex, sailor, 
and Elizabeth Dimmocke, of same, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Dimmocke, deceased — at 
Stepney aforesaid. 8 July, 1616. B. 

Aslyn, John, poulter, and Johanna Hale, spinster, 
of Great All Hallows, Thames Street, daughter 
of — Hale, late of Awdenham, Herts, tailor, 
deceased — at St. George, Botolph Lane. 5 May, 
1585. B. 

Asmall, Thomas, of Elwicke, co. Durham, gent., 
bachelor, about 22, and Elizabeth Butler, of 
St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, about 24, her 
parents dead — at Gray's Ina Chapel or St. 
Andrew, Holborn. 25 Nov. 1669. Y. 

Asmere, Roger, of St. Andrew, Holborn, and 
Margaret Peter, spinster, of City of London 
• — at St. Stephen, Coleman Street. 23 April, 
1576. B. 

Aspervill, Alexander, of Whayle, co. Lancaster, 
gent., bachelor, 22, and Avis Wight, of St. 
Giles-in-the-Fields, widow, 22, late ux. of 
William Wight, deceased — at St. Faith-the- 
Virgin, London. 15 Feb. 163^. B. 

Aspinall, Ridgly, gent., of Great St. Helen, 
London, bachelor, 40, and Elizabeth Shelvocke, 
of St. Sepulchre, spinster, 49 — at St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf, or Little St. Bartholomew. 
9 Oct. 16.38. B. 

Aspinwall, Gilbert, of Inner Temple, esq., 
bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Mary Bushell, of 
Hackney, Middlesex, spinster, about 18, con- 
sent of father, Edward Bushel], merchant — 
— at Hackney, or St. Leonard, Shoreditch. 
9 May, 1672. V. 

Aspley, William, clerk, vicar of Royston, and 
Alice Grewell, of same, gen. lie, 30 May, 1571. 

Assheton, James, of St. Mary-le-Bow, Ijachelor, 
23, and Elizabeth Innes, of St. Mary Cole, 
London, spinster, 22, their friends consent — 
at All Hallows-in-the-Wall. 8 Feb. ]70f. B. 



Assheton, Ralph, of Cuerdale, co. Lancaster, esq., 
bachelor, above 24, and Rebecca Hulls, of St. 
Mary Abchurch, London, spinster, above 19, 
daughter of William Hulls, of same, esq., who 
consents — at Henry VII. 's Chapel, West- 
minster. 7 Aug. 1752. F. 

Assheton, Thomas, of Rotterdam, in Holland, 
merchant, bachelor, 30, and Frances Clapham, 
of same, spinster, 22 — at the church at Rotter- 
dam, alleged by Thomas Bladwell, gent., of 
St. Michael Basishaw. 7 Feb. 164i. B. 

Assheton, William, the younger, esq., of Down- 
ham Hall, CO. Lancaster, bachelor, above 21, 
and Frances Annabella Cockayne, of St. 
George, Bloomsbury, Middlesex, spinster, 
above 21 — at St. George, Bloomsbury, afore- 
said. 8 Aug. 1816. B. 

Asson, Hugh, trumpeter, and Jane Willyams, 
spinster, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, daughter of 
— Williams, late of St. Katherine, near the 
Tower of London, feltmaker, deceased, at St. 
Botolph, Aldgate. 12 July, 1587. B. 

Asson, James, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
bachelor, and Avice Teston, of same, spinster 
— at same. 25 May, 1616. D. 

Asteley, Sir Andrew, knight, of Writtle, Essex, 
about 40, whose wife died a year or more ago, 
and Mary Drywood, of St. Michael, Cornhill, 
35, widow of George Drywood, clerk, parson 
of South Wokinden, co. Essex, deceased — at 
St. Alphage - in - Cripplegate. 20 Feb. 1614. 
B. 

Astell, James, gent., of St. Benet Fink, bachelor, 
24, and Anne King, of St. Martin Outwich. 
spinster, 24 — at St. Martin Outwich. 7 April, 
1638. B. 

Astley, Philip, of Melton Constable, co. Norfolk, 
esq., bachelor, about 22, and Elizabeth 
Bransby, of Great Yarmouth, said county, 
spinster, about 18, her parents dead, with 
consent of her uncle and guardian, Robert 
Bransby, esq. — at St. Margaret, Westminster, 
or ... . 1 Dec. 1690. F. 

Astley, Richard, of Chipping Norton, co. Oxon, 
clerk, and Anne Gilborne, of precinct of St. 
Martin-le- Grand, clothworker — at St. Leonard, 
in said precinct. 19 Oct. 1622. D. 

Aston, David, of St. Andrew Undershaft, London, 
gent., bachelor, about 26, and Mary Cawton, 
of Bartholomew Close, London, spinster, about 
19, her father's consent— at St. Sepulchre, 
London, St. Leonard, Shoreditch, or All 
Hallows-in-the-Wall. London. 14 April, 1676. 
Y. 

Aston, Edmund, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
Middlesex, gent., bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. 
Elizabeth Ramsey, of Petworth, co. Sussex, 
spinster, about 22, at her own disposal — at 
Petworth aforesaid. 8 March, 167f . Y. 

Aston, Francis, gent., of St. Mary-le-Strand, 
bachelor, 30, and Margaret Chat well, of same, 
spinster, 29, consent of her mother, Joane 
Chatwell, a widow — at St. Faith, London. 
2 Dec. 1640. B. 

Aston, Richard, of Aston, co. Chester, esq., and 
Suzanna Barwick, of Westminster, spinster — 
at St. Margaret, Westminster. 14 Sept. 1618. 
D. 

Aston, Richard, of St. Andrew, Holborn, London, 
gent., and Abigail Burgh, of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex, widow- — at St. Martin afore- 
said, St. Bartholomew • the - Great, London, 
or St. Mary, Savoy, Middlesex. 23 July, 1661. 
B. 

Aston, Richard, of the Inner Temple, esq., 
widower, and Mary Motheu, of Guilford, 
Sui-rey, spinster, 31, at her own disposal — at 
Guilford aforesaid, or . . . . 11 April, 1688. F. 



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Astou, Robert, of Chestlmnt, and Auiie Cottes, of 
Ejiijiug — at Epping. 10 Nov. 1548. B. 

Aston, Sir Roger, knight, and " Cordallam" Stan- 
hope, daughter of Sir John Stanhope, knight — 
at St. Margaret, Westminster. 21 June, 1605. D. 

Aston, Thomas, of St. Michael, Queenhithe, 
London, gent., and Catherine Bowser, of St. 
Botolph, Aldersgate, said city, widow of John 
Bowser, late of same, stonecutter, gen. lie, 
1 Nov. 1595. B. 

Aston, Thomas, gent., of St. James, Clerkenwell, 
widower, 55, and Frances Selson, of same, 43, 
widow of John Selson, gent., deceased a year 
since — at St. James, Clerkenwell. 15 Aug. 
1620. B. 

Aston, Sir Thomas, bart., of St. James, West- 
minster, bachelor, 30, and Catharine Wid- 
drington, of same, spinster, 25 — at St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields. 22 Oct. 1703. B. 

Astou, William, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
armourer, and Margaret Cole, of same, 
spinster, daughter of Nicholas Cole, of same, 
baker— at St. Andrew, Holborn. 12 Feb. 161$. 
B. 

Aston, William, of Loughborough, co. Leicester, 
gent., widower, 30, and Elizabeth Gill, of St. 
Michael Basishaw, widow, 38, at All Hallows- 
in-the-Wall, or St. Mary, Aldermanbury. 
12 July, 1642. B. 

Aston, William, of Chipping Barnet, Herts, clerk, 
widower, about 2G, and Mrs. Mary Charleton, 
of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, London, 
spinster, about 22, at her own disposal, her 
parents dead — at All Hallows Stayning, or 
St. Olave, Hart Street, London. 27 May, 
1675. V. 

Astry, James, gent., of City of London, bachelor, 
25, and Diana Bee, spinster, 23, daughter of 
Edward Bee, of Little St. Bartholomew, who 
consents — at St. Bride or SL. Faith. 26 July, 
1633. B. 

Astry, Ralph (Astrye), and Alice Rotherham, of the 
diocese of Lincoln, widow. 17 Jan. 154f. F. 

Asttoe, Edward, 1545. See A.skewe. 

Astwood, Anthony (Astewood), of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, cutler, and Alice Griffin, of St. 
Botolph, Aldersgate, widow of William Griffin, 
late of same, cutler — at St. Leonard, Shore- 
ditch, Middlesex. 26 Sept. 1603. B. 

Astwood, William, of Swasye, co. Cambridge, 
gent., widower, aged 35, and 'Ma.rj Hurst, of 
St. Bartholomew-the-Less, London, spinster, 
about 25, her parents dead — at St. Bartholo- 
mew aforesaid, or St. Faith, London. 24 April, 
1649. F. 

Astwycke, John, now of City of London, gent., 
and Frances Shelton, of Hanwell, Middlesex, 
relict of — Shelton, late of same, deceased, 
gen. lie, 3 Dec. 1588. B. 

Asty, Francis (Astie), of London, merchant, bach., 
28, and Honora Brunskell, spin., 17, daughter 
of Ambrose Brunskell, of St. Lawrence, Old 
Jewry, citizen and draper, of London, who 
alleges — at St. Peter, Paul's W^harf, St. Mary 
Aldermary, or St. Mary Macrdalen, Old Fish 
Street, London. 27 Feb. 164g. F. 

Asty, Francis, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
bachelor, 30, and Elizabeth Tench, of the 
liberty of the Tower, spinster, 19, daughter of 
Nathaniel Tench, esq., of same, who consents — 
at St. Mildred-in-the-Poultry, London, or ... . 
19 March, 1694. F. 

Atcheley, Edward, merchant taylor, of St. George, 
Botolph Lane, and Margaret Frier, spinster, of 
same, daughter of Thomas Frier, of Rickerden, 
Salop, yeomau, gen. lie, 25 Sept. 1587. B, 



Atfend, William, of Lambeth, co. Surrey, gent., 
widower, about 45, and Elizabeth Andrewcs, of 
St. Margaret, Westminster, widow, about 
35 — at Lambeth aforesaid. 16 Sept. 1678. V. 

Atford, John, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
bachelor, and Mary Soaper, of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, widow. 1 Oct. 1G73. D. 

Athy, John, of Paddington, Middlesex, gent., 
widower, about 41, and Elizabeth Hinton, of 
St. Gabriel Fenchurch, widow, about 32 — at 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields or St. Saviour, South- 
wark. 29 May, 1663. V. 

Athy, John, of Paddington, Middlesex, gent., 
widower, about 56, and Mrs. Mary Haslam, of 
St. Nicholas, in Rochester, co. Kent, spinster, 
about 20, her mother's consent — at St. Nicholas 
aforesaid. 17 Feb. 167^. V. 

Athy, Richard, of Little Billing, co. Northampton, 
bachelor, 23, and Susan Dix, spinster, 21, 
daughter of John Dix, of Rumford, co. Essex, 
gent., who consents — at St. Mary Mounthaw 
or St. Mary Somerset, London. 16 Jan. 166f. 
F. 

Athy, Thomas, of St. James, Westminster, Middle- 
sex, bachelor, 20, his parents dead, and Anne 
Brownlow, spinster, 18, daughter of Robert 
Brownlow, of the Tower of London, gent., 
who consents — at St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 
Middlesex, or ... . 7 June, 1695, F. 

Atkins, Ambrose. See Abkyxs. 

Atkins, David, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, 
gent., widower, and Jane Pettifer, spinster, 19, 
daughter of — Pettifer, of same, who con- 
sents — at St. Giles aforesaid. 11 June, 1666, 
F. 

Atkins, Edward (Atkyns) (sic subs.) , of Lincoln's 
Inn, esq., bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. Agnes 
Atkins, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, spinster, 
about 18, consent of father, Sir Richard 
Atkins, of Hadham, co. Herts, bart. — at St. 
Andrew, Holborn, or Lincoln's Inn Chapel. 
8 Feb. 167I-. V. 

Atkins, Francis, of Chard, co. Somerset, clerk, 
bachelor, 49, and Susanna Chafe, spinster, 30, 
daughter of John Chafe, of Memburie, co. 
Devon, gent., who consents — at Chard or 
Memburie aforesaid. 8 July, 1661. F. 

Atkins, Henry (Atkyns), doctor of medicine, of 
Christchurch, Newgate, London, and Mary 
Pigott, spinster, of St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, 
daughter of Thomas Pigott, of Dodershall, co. 
Bucks, esq., gen. lie, 13 Nov. 1591. B. 

Atkins, James, and Mary Wormington. 31 Jan. 
163f, D. 

Atkins, James, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
gent., bachelor, 25, and Elizabeth Taylor, of 
St. Gregory, London, 19, her parents dead, 
with consent of her guardian, Mr. Thomas 
Harrison — at Great St. Bartholomew, London, 
or ... . 11 Jan. 169|. F. 

Atkins, Jonathan, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, esq., 
widower, about 45, and Elizabeth Anderson, of 
same, widow, about 30 — at Knightsbridge, 
Marylebone, or Islington, Middlesex. 8 Oct. 
1661. V. 

Atkins, Nicholas, and Audrey Valentine, spinster 
— at Kingsbury, Middlesex. 8 Jan. 161^. B. 

Atkins, Richard (Atkyns), of Lincoln's Inn, esq., 
and Ellen Marche, spinster, of St. Olave, 
Silver Street, at St. Olave aforesaid. 29 April, 
1576, B. 

Atkins, Richard, 1580. -S'ee Atkys. 

Atkins, Sir Robert, of Lincoln's Inn, knight, 
bachelor, about 21, his father's consent, and 
Mrs. Lovise de Carterett, of Lincoln's Inn 
Fields, Middlesex, spinster, about 15, consent 
of father. Sir George de Carterett, knight — at 
St. Andrew, Holborn. 5 July, 1669. V. 



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Atkins, Sir liobert (Atkyns), Knight of the Bath, 
widower, and Anno Dacres, spinster, 21, 
daughter of Sir Thomas Dacres, late of Chest- 
hunt, Herts — at Broxbourne, Chesthunt, or 
Wormley, Herts, or Waltham Abbey, Essex. 
21 April, 1681. F. 

Atkins, Robert (Atkyns), of St. Peter, Cornhill, 
bachelor, 27, and Mrs. Anna Maria Bonnell, of 
Upton, parish of Westham, Essex, spinster, 18, 
consent of father, Captain John Bonnell — at 
St. Alphage, London. 21 July, 1702. B. 

Atkins, Thomas, of Redcliffe, parish of Stepney, 
Middlesex, shipwright, and Katherine Tittley, 
spinster, of AH Hallows Staining, London, 
daughter of — Titley, late citizen anrl 
merchant taylor, of London, deceased, gen. 
lie, 28 Feb. 15§a. B. 

Atkins, Thomas, of St. Bride, London, horner, 
and Catherine Griffin, of St. Mary Woolchurch, 
London, widow of Edward Griffin, late of same, 
bricklayer. 9 Feb. 1615. B. 

Atkins, Thomas, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., widower, 
22, and Bridget Palmer, spinster, 17, daughter 
of Sir William Palmer, knight, of Warden 
Street, co. Beds, who consents — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn, or St. Bride, Fleet Street, London. 
11 Oct. 1661. F. 

Atkins, Thomas, of St. Matthew, Friday Street, 
London, bachelor, about 23, and Katherine 
Greene, spinster, about 18, daughter of John 
Greene, of Enfield, Middlesex, esq., who con- 
sents — at St. Giles, Cripplegate, or ... . 13 
Feb. 168|. F. 

Atkins, Thomas, of Hammersmith, co. Middlesex, 
esq., bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. Susanne 
Utgar, of same, spinster, about 24, and at own 
disposal— at St. Mary, Savoy. ISjMay, 1667. 
V. 

Atkins, William, and Katherine Seebrooke, widow 
of St. Albans, Herts, gen. lie. 2 Sept. 1578. 
B. 

Atkins, William, of Staynes, Middlesex, innholder, 
and Grace Remnant, of same, widow of John 
Remnant, late of Colbrooke, co. Bucks, 
mercer, gen. lie, 11 Sept. 1592. B. 

Atkins, William (Atkyns), of city of Westminster, 
waterman, and Bridget Goddard, widow, late 
ux. John Goddard, lato of St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 6 Feb 
160f. D. 

Atkins, William (Atkines), tanner, and Christian 
Wetlierley, of Kentish Town, co. Middlesex, 
spinster, daughter of John Wetherley, of same, 
yeoman — at St. Leonard, Foster Lane, London. 
27 May, 1620. B. 

Atkins, William, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
bachelor, and Sarah Andrews, of St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields, spinster. 20 May, 1676. D. 

Atkinson, Charles, of St. James, Garlick Hithe, 
London, brewer, and Alice Hall, of St. Mary 
Somerset, London, spinster — at St. Mary 
Somerset aforesaid. 23 Feb. 162|. B. 

Atkinson, Christopher, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
London, bachelor, 29, and Sarah Primrose, of 
Stepney, Middlesex, spinster, 19, daughter of 
David Primrose, of same, clerk, who consents 
—at All Hallows-in-the-Wall, St. Botolph, 
Aldgate, or St. Botolph, Aldersgato, London. 
2 Dec. 1685. F. 

Atkinson, Edmund (Atkynsou), of the king's 
household, and Mary Lenthroppe, of St. 
Catherine Cree Church, London. 2 Dec. 1545. 
F. 

Atkinson, Francis, of St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex, barber, and Elizabeth Shcltou, of same, 
widow of Ellis Shelton — at St. James, 
Garlick Hithe, or St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London. 19 Feb, 162;^. B. 



Atkinson, George, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
cordvvainer,. and Joano Stevens, of same, 
widow of William Stevens, poulterer— at 
.... 22 Nov. 1618. B. 

Atkinson, Henry (Atkynson), and .Johanna Arte, 
spinster, gen. lie., 31 Jan. 157-|. B. 

Atkinson, Henry, gent., of St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
bachelor, 23, and Sibilla Rutland, of same, 
widow, 27 — at St. Giles, Cripplegate. 22 Feb. 
1037. B. 

Atkinson, Henry, gent., widower, 45, and Anne 
Prcstwood, widow, 40, both of St. Andrew, 
Holborn — at Marylebonc, Middlesex. 12 Sept. 
1663. F. 

Atkinson, Hugh, of Edgware, co. Middlesex, 
sawyer, and Isabell Norton, of Little Stan- 
more, said county, spinster, daughter of Avery 
Norton, late of same, husbandman, deceased — 
at Little Stanmore aforesaid. 13 May, 1612. B. 

Atkinson, Jeremiah, gent., of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West, London, bachelor, 36, and Jane Chedsey, 
of same, spinster, 24 or 25, daughter of John 
Chedsey, of Munckley, co. Devon, yeoman — 
at Christ Church, London. 13 AjDril, 1624. B. 

Atkinson, John. See Ackynson. 

Atkinson, John (Atkynson), of diocese of London, 
and Agnes Randall, of the diocese of Norwich. 
23 April, 1548. F. 

Atkinson, John, of St. Bride, London, gent., 
bachelor, and Sara Cartwright, of South Mims, 
Middlesex, si^inster, daughter of — Cart- 
wright, gent., deceased — at St. Matthew, Friday 
Street, London. 28 Feb., 10,}^. B. 

Atkinson, John, of St. Andrew Undershaft, 
bachelor, 27, and Abigail Hoskins, of St. 
Bride, London, spinster, 27 — at St. Gregory. 
25 Oct. 1719. B. 

Atkinson, Michael, of St. Andrew Undershaft, 
London, tyler, and Susan Chaundler, of 
Barking, co. Essex, spinster, daughter of 
William Chaundler, late of the City of London, 
Salter, deceased — at Barking aforesaid. 27 
July, 1610. B. 

Atkinson, Peter, of Fulham, Middlesex, fisher- 
man, and Suzanna Carewe, alias Coole, spinster, 
gen. lie, 4 Nov. 1583. B. 

Atkinson, Richard (Atkynson), of St. Michael, 
Qucenhithe, and Jane Harvye, widow, of St. 
Sepulchre — at St. Sepulchre. 27 Feb. 157|-. B. 

Atkinson, Richard, of the Cityof London, yeoman, 
and Johanna Mylls, of same, widow, of — 
Mylls, late of St. Saviour, Sonthwai-k, water- 
man, deceased, gen. He., 20 Nov. 15SS. B. 

Atkinson, Richard, of Stepney, co. Middlesex, 
widower, and Mary Sacker, of same, widow — 
at Trinity, Minories, or St. Mary, Whitechapcl, 
Middlesex. 6 March, 166|^. B. 

Atkinson, Robert (Attkyiison), and Margaret 
Pyttcher, of Tottenham, widow, gon. lie, 31 
March, 1574. B. 

Atkinson, Simond, of St. Mary, Islington, cook, 
and Margaret Garrett, widow of Henry 
Garrett, late of same, tailor, deceased, gen. lie, 
2 April, 1589. B. 

Atkinson, Stephen, of City of London, cooper, 
and Joane Worseley, spinster, of St. Andrew 
Undershaft, London, daughter of — Worseley, 
late of Watford, Herts, brewer, deceased, gen. 
lie, 17 June, 1589. B. 

Atkinson, Thomas, of St. Bride, London, homer, 
and Susan Lloyd, of same, spinster, daughter 
of Thomas Lloyd, brasier — at St. Peter, Paul's 
Wharf, London. 6 Aug. 1621. B. 

Atkinson, Thomas, of St. Mary Woolnoth, Lon- 
don, gold.smith, and LMtice Hamore, of same, 
spinster, daughter of William Hamore, of same, 
clothworker — at St. Mary Woolnoth afore- 
said. 18 Oct. 1610. B. 



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50 



Atkinson, Thomas, of St. Andrew, Holboni, 
scrivener, and Alice Yates, of St. Katherine 
Cree Church, widow of — Yates, late of 
same, barber — at Hackney, co. Middlesex. 1 
Oct. 1597. B. 

Atkinson, Thomas, of St. Olave, Southwark, 
widower, about 52, and Margaret Gill, of same, 
widow, about 40 — at Trinity, Minories, alleged 
by Grace Bailey, of Trinity aforesaid, widow. 
1 Nov. 1665. V. 

Atkinson, William, of St. Mary Matfellon, and 
Fortune Mayre, widow, of St. Martin Orgar 
— at St. Martin aforesaid. 4 Oct. 1562. B. 

Atkinson, William, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
tailor, and Margaret Warner, of same, spinster, 
daughter of Richard Warner, butcher — at St. 
Sepulchre aforesaid. 1 Aug. 1620. B. 

Atkinson, William, of St. Matthew, Friday 
Street, London, merchant, bachelor, and 
Mary Browne, of same, spinster, daughter of 
Geo. Browne, of Marston, Somerset, yeoman — 
at St. Matthew aforesaid. 22 July, 1622. B. 

Atkinson, William, of St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex, embroiderer, and Elizabeth Wortley, of 
same, widow of Robert Wortley, carpenter — 
at St. Max'tin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 3 Dec. 
1622. B. 

Atkys, Richard, saddler, and Aunc Kirbye, widow, 
of Christchurch, Newgate — to marry there. 
13 Aug. 1580. B. 

Atterbury, Lawrence, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
saddler, bachelor, about 36, and Elizabeth 
Poynter, of same, spinster, about 34, at her 
own disposal — at St. Nicholas, London, or St. 
Martin aforesaid. 23 Dec. 1661. V. 

Atterbye, Thomas, and Blith Cowper, widow, of 
St. Michael, Queenhithe, London — to marry 
there. 21 June, 1563. B. 

Atterbye, Thomas, of City of Loudon, master 
of arts, and Margaret Hewes, widow, of St. 
John Zachary, relict of Thomas Hewes, late 
of same, grocer, gen. lie, 26 Nov. 1586. B. 

Attfeild, Johji (sic subs.), of Chobham, Surrey, 
gent., bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Hall, of same, sijinster, about 21, her brother's 
consent, her father dead — at St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, St. Paul, Covent Garden, St. 
Mary, Savoy, or Gray's Inn Chapel. 26 April, 
1675. V. 

Attlee, William, of Acton, co. Middlesex, bachelor, 
26, and Elizabeth Bonfoy, spinster, 21, 
daughter of Dame — Bonfoy, of Ealing, 
Middlesex, who consents — at Ealing aforesaid. 
13 Aug. 1687. F. 

Attlewond, Francis, of St. Alban, Wood Street, 
London, girdler, and Margaret Johnson, 
widow of Thomas Johnson — at St. James-in- 
the-Wall, London. 22 Oct. 1625. B. 

Attwood, Andrew, of City of London, gent., and 
Marion Mildemay, spinster, of St. Olave, 
Hart Street, daughter of John Mildemay, late 
of Crettingham, co. Suffolk, gent., deceased, 
gen. lie, 23 Nov. 1586. B. 

Attwood, Godman (Atwood), of Woolverly 
Court, CO. Worcester, gent., bachelor, about 
22, and Susanna Hubbert, of Wandsworth, 
Surrey, spinster, about 22, her parents dead — 
at St. Alphage, London, or Knightsbridge 
Chapel, Middlesex. 24 Dec. 1670. V. 
Attwood, John (Atwood), esq., of Gray's Inn, 
bachelor, 37, and Elizabeth Young, above 19, 
consent of father, Patrick Young, of Bromfield, 
CO. Essex, esq. — at Braintree, Barneston, or 
AVidford. in said county. 17 Aug. 1642. B. 



Attwood, Thomas (Attwoode), haberdasher, and 
Martha Howe, spinster, of St. Lawrence, Old 
Jewry, daughter of Thomas Howe, late citizen 
and lishmonger, of London, deceased — at St. 
Lawrence aforesaid. 20 July, 1584. B. 

Attwood, William (Attwoode), clothworker, and 
Elizabeth Hill, spinster, of St. Katherine 
Coleman, daughter of Amie Hill, of same, 
widow — to marry there. 5 Feb. 158g. B. 

Attwood, William (Atwood), of Gray's Inn, 
Middlesex, esq., bachelor, about 25, and 
Mrs. Mary Leigh, of St. Bartholomew-the- 
Great, London, spinster, about 19, with 
consent of her father, Edward Leigh, of 
same, esq. — at Kensington, Middlesex. 13 Feb. 
167f V. 

Attye, Christopher, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 
London, cook, and Elizabeth Richardson, 
widow of Robert Richardson — at St. Mary 
Magdalene, Old Fish Street, Loudon. 10 Jan. 
1624. B. 

Atwell, Hugh, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, London, 
gent., and Mary Partridge, of same, widow of 
John Partridge, late of same, gardener — at 
Stepney, co. Middlesex. 4 May, 1618. B. 

Atwell, John, bachelor, and Edward (.sic) Smith, 
spinster. 8 July, 1668. D. 

Auborn, John, of Waybridge, Surrey, gent., 
bachelor, about 32, and Mary Elmar, of same, 
spinster, aged 19, consent of father, Luke 
Elmar, of same, gent. — at St. Mary Magdalene, 
Old Fish Street, or St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
18 Nov. 1663. V. 

Aubrey. Seo Awbrky. 

Aucher, John, D.D., bachelor, about 40, and 
Susan Peake, spinster, 20, daughter of Thomas 
Peake, of the city of Canterbury, esq., who 
consents — at Harbledown, co. Kent, Canter- 
bury Cathedi-al, or All Hallows, Lombard 
Street, London. 3 Sept. 1662. P 

Audley, Abell (Awdley), of St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
Middlesex, butcher, and Margery Dixson, of 
Waltham Holy Cross, Herts, spinster, daughter 
of Edward Dixson, of same, blacksmith, gen. 
lie, 5 Dec. 1595. B. 

Audley, Francis, of St. Sepiilchre, Middlesex, 
gent., bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Rose Hart, 
of same, spinster, about 22, consent of 
father, William Hart, of same, gent. — at St. 
Catherine Cree Church, London. 14 Oct. 
1676. V. 

Audley, Henry (Awdley), of Staple Inn, gent., 
bachelor, 23, and Anne Turner, of Barking, co. 
Essex, widow of Richard Turner, late of Orsett, 
CO. Essex, deceased about four years ago — at St. 
Mary -le- Strand, alias Savoy. 22 July, 1616. B. 

Audley, John (Awdeley), of St. Magnus, grocer, 
and Sicily Fettiplace, widow, of St. Peter-le- 
Poor, at St. Peter aforesaid. 11 May, 1582. 
B. 

Audley, John (Awdley), of St. Sepulchre, London, 
grocer, and Margaret Bridger, spinster, 
daughter of — Bridger, deceased — at St. 
Mary-at-Hill, London. 21 July, 1624. B. 

Audley, John, of St. Catherine Cree Church, 
London, clerk, bachelor, 40, and Elizabeth 
Frampton, of Cashorteu, co. Surrey, 21, 
daughter of — Frampton, of same, who con- 
sents — at Cashorton, Walton, or Mitcham, co. 
Surrey. 13 Dec. 1687. F. 

Audley, Lewis (Awdcly), gent., of Gransden 
Magna, co. Hunts, bachelor, 30, and Mary 
Hautrey, of Sandersted, Surrey, widow, 32 — 
in chapel of Sutton Hospital or St. Bartholo- 
mew-the-Less. 8 Sept. 1647. B. 



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Audley, Matthew, of Hitchin, Herts, brewer, 
bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. Alice Hale, of 
Welwin, said county, spinster, about 21, con- 
ecut of her mother, Mrs. Bernard, alleged by 
Francis Audioy, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
gent. — at St. James, Clcrkenwell. 18 March, 
167^. V. 

Audley, Thomas (Awdeley), and Kathcrine South- 
well, diocese of London. 13 May, 15i4. F. 

Audley, Thomas (Awdeley), of the City of London, 
and Margaret Isenwood, of Barking, co. Essex, 
gen. lie, 17 Oct. 1562. B. 

Audley, Thomas (Awdeley), and Elizabeth Herde, 
widow, of City of London, gen. lie, 31 July, 
1571. B. 

Aildley, Thomas (Awdeley), of St. Mary, White- 
chapel, and Elizabeth Francke, spinster, of 
Hatfield Broad Oak, Esses, at Christchurch, 
Newgate. 9 May, 1579. B. 

Audley, Tobias, of St. Michael, Wood Street, 
London, stiller, and Anne Elsnor, of Great St. 
Bartholomew, London, widow — at Great St. 
Bartholomew aforesaid. 23 July, 162 1. B. 

Audrey, William, of Westminster, yeoman, and 
Alice Pluckrose, of same, spinster — at St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 2 July, 1620. D, 

Audrian. See Awdryan. 

Audyence, Robert, of Uxbridge, Middlesex, 
yeoman, and Anne Baker, widow, of same, 
relict of John Baker, late of same, innholder, 
gen. lie, 3 July, 1587. B. 

Auger, Thomas. Sec Axger. 

Augur, Nicholas (Awger), citizen and draper of 
London, and Elizabeth Russell, widow, of St. 
Catherine Cree Church, geu. lie, 31 July, 

1581. B. 

Augur, Nicholas, gent., of St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
widower, 4i, and Anne Cradocke, of St. 
Martin Outwich, spinster, 30 — at St. Martin 
Outwich. 26 Feb. 163|. B. 

Augur, William (Awger), of Hornechurch, co. 
Essex, yeoman, and Margaret Homes, spinster, 
of Dagenham, said county, gen. lie, 20 Aug. 

1582. B. 

August, Francis, of East Greenwich, Kent, gent., 
widower, about 36, and Mrs. Mary Fisher, 
of same, spinster, about 24, consent of mother, 
Mary Fisher, of Chute, co. Wilts— at St. 
Martin, Ludgate, or St. Bennet, Gracechurch, 
or St. Leonard, Eastcheap, London. 7 Aug. 
1663. V. 
Aungier, John, of St. Clement Danes, clerk, 
widower, 60, and Anne Hooke, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, widow, 40— at St. Clement Danes. 
2 Afg. 1G80. B. 
Aungier, the Right Hon. Gerald, Lord, Aungier, 
of Clandon, co. Surrey, bachelor, 38, and Dame 
Jane Car, 28, widow of Sir Edward Car, late 
of Hillingdon, co. Middlesex, knight, deceased, 
alleged by Francis Aungier, of Gray's Inn, 
esq. — at St. Giles-in-the-Fields or Acton, 
Middlesex. 1 Feb. 163;.. B. 
Aunsell, John, of Uxbridge, co. Middlesex, glover, 
and Priscilla Cavey, of same, spinster, 
daughter of John Cavey, deceased — at Cowley, 
Middlesex. 29 May, 1616. B. 
Aunsell, Richard [in margin, Ansell], of Uxbridge, 
Middlesex, tailor, and Alice Baldwyn, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Baldv\'yn, of Harfeild, 
CO. Middlesex, husbandman — at Ickenham, 
Middlesex. 28 Feb. 16^;^. B. 
Aunsell, Thomas (Auncell), and Grace Tirrell, 
spinster, of Coxsall, Essex — at Sb. Alban, 
Wood Street. 22 July, 1579. B. 
Aurell, Richard, of St. Bartholomew, Exchange, 
and Joanna Ladwell, widow, of St. Botolph, 
Aldgate— at St. Bartholomew aforesaid, 15 
June, 1586. B. 



Austen, Edward, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, freemason, and Margaret Okeley, 
of same, widow of George Okeley, gent. — at 
St. Martin aforesaid. 9 June, 1610. B. 

Austen, Edward, of St. Andrew, Holborn, esq., 
bachelor, 28, and Susanna Strickson, of St. 
Anne, Westminster, spinster, 25 — at St. 
Andrew aforesaid, or ... . 29 July, 1701. 
F. 

Austen, Edward, gent., of the city of Westminster, 
bachelor, 19, father dead, consent of mother, 
Dorothy Austen, alias Canero, of same, and 
Rebecca Austen, spinster, 19, consent of her 
father, Francis Austen, of same, gent., attested 
by Joane Austen, mother to the said Dorothy 
(sic) — at St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street. 
16 July, 1641. B. 

Austen, Eustace (Awsten), of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
butcher, and Katharine Harwyn, spinster, of 
St. Clement, Eastcheap — at St. Clement afore- 
said. 14 Dec. 1582. B. 

Austen, George, of City of London, and Jane 
Harrison, spinster, of St. Nicholas Olave — to 
marry there. 30 May, 1579. B. 

Austen, Henry, gent., of Waltham Holy Cross 
Essex, bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth Stock, of 
same, spinster, 24, daughter of Thomas Stock, 
of same, yeoman, who consents — at Loughton, 
Essex. 19 Dec. 1632. B. 

Austen, Henry (Austin), of Brill, co. Bucks, gent., 
bachelor, about 26, and Mary Carter, of same, 
spinster, about 19, consent of father, Edward 
Carter, gent — at Brill aforesaid. 2 Aug. 1670. 
V. 

Austen, John (Awsten) of Audley End, in the 
parish of Walden, co. Essex, cobler, and Susan 
Wright, of same, widow — at Arkesden, co. 
Essex. 28 May, 1621. B. 

Austen, John (Awsten), of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
London, butcher, and Damazine Hill, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Hill, of Lewton, co. Beds, 
cordwainer — at St. ]\Iarv, Whitechapel, Middle- 
sex. About 13 Dec. 16"23. B. 

Austen, John, of Hall Place, Bexley, co. Kent, 
bachelor, 21, and Rose Hale, spinster, 16, 
daughter of Sir John Hale, knight, of Stagen- 
hoe, parish of St. Paul, Walden, Herts, who 
consents, as does also Sir Robert Austen, bart., 
father of said John — at St. Bartholomew-the- 
Great or Less, London. 6. Dec. 1661. F. 

Austen, John, of St. John Zachary, London, esq., 
bachelor, 22, and Jane Mascall, spinster, 17, 
daughter of Robert Mascall, of St. Giles, 
Cripplegate, London, who consents — at St. 
Dunstan-in-the-East, All Hallows-in-the-Wall, 
or St. Michael, Comhill, London. 10 Sept. 
1673. F. 

Austen, Leonard, of Hurstpierpoint, co. Sussex, 
gent., bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Ann Mead, 
of Bamish Rueden, co. Essex, spinster, about 
17, consent of father, Mr. John Mead — at 
Bamish Rueden aforesaid. 11 July, 1G77. Y. 

Austen, Mathew (Austin), of Stepney, Middlesex, 
gent., bachelor, about 21, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Upton, of same, widow, about 24 — at same. 
31 July, 1669. Y. 

Austen, Robert, esq., ofTenterden, Kent, bachelor, 
31, and Mrs. Jane Strode, of St. Giles-in-tlie- 
Fields, spinster, 24, her father dead — at 
St. Giles-in-the-Fields. 30 April, 1703. B. 

Austen, Sampson, of Acton, Middlesex, yeoman, 
and Joan Worner, of Islington, widow of 
William Worner, late of Wilsden, Middlesex, 
gent. — at Ishngton aforesaid. 30 Aug. 1598. 
B. 



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John Awbrcy 



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Austen, Samuel, of Goudhurst, Kent, bachelor, 
about 25, and Frances Cryer, of Beningdeu, 
said county, spinster, about 30, alleged by 
Peter Conrthop, of Gouldhurst aforesaid, 
clothier — at Ilockhurst, Kent. G Sept. 16G1. V. 

Austen, Thomas, of the City of London, and 
Mary Corye, spinster, of All Hallows Staining, 
London, gen. lie, 17 Oct. 1566. B. 

Austen, Thomas (Awstcn), of Hoggesden, co. 
Middlesex, yeoman, and Margaret Assetor, 
spinster, of the City of London, daughter of 
Francis Assetor, late of Southall, co. Middlesex, 
yeoman, deceased, gen. lie, 7 Feb. 15§|j. B. 

Austen, Thomas (Awsten),of Waltham Holy Cross, 
CO. Essex, geut., and Margaret Knagg, of same, 
spinster, daughter of William Knagg, of same, 
yeoman — at same. 17 Nov. 1601. B. 

Austen, Thomas (Austin), of Hoggesdon, Herts, 
esq., bachelor, about 27, and Mrs. Arabella 
Forcett, of Marybone, Middlesex, spinster, about 
18, consent of her mother, Mrs. Anne Forcett, 
of same, widow — at St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
St. Leonard, Shoreditch, or Marybone, 
Middlesex. 13 Oct. 1673. V. 

Austen, William, haberdasher, and Katherine 
Keale, of St. Mary Woolchurch, London, widow 
of William Keale, late of same, goldsmith — 
at St. Mary Woolchurch aforesaid. 15 Feb. 
160|. B. 

Austen, William, sailor, and Alice Hiibberd, of 
Wapping — at St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middle- 
sex. 30 May, 1626. B. 

Austripp, William, of St. Martin Orgar, London, 
draper, and Lucy Diamond, widow of — 
Diamond, draper — at St. Martin Orgar afore- 
said. 19 Oct. 161L B. 

Avasco, John, and Katherine Eobertes, spinster, 
of St. Sepulchre, London, gen. lie, 30 Aug. 
1569. B. 

Aveline, Samuel, of St. Ann, Westminster, 
bachelor, 28, and Elizabeth George Laroche, 
of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster, 28 — at 
St. Martin, Westminster. 8 April, 1708. B. 

Avenant, John, gent., of St. Donstan-in-the- 
West, widower, 38, and Bridget Phadwell, of 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, widow, 24 — at Great 
St. Bartholomew, St. Mary, Savoy, or 
Hammersmith. 19 March, 163^. B. 

Avenant, John, gent., of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
widower, 45, and Mary Crumwell, of St. 
Clement Danes, widow, 35 — at St. Bartholo- 
mew-the-Less, or St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish 
Street. 30 March, 1646. B. 

Avenell, John, of Linton, Kent, gent., bachelor, 
about 28, and Margaret Frencham, of same, 
spinster, about 24, and at own disposal- — at 
St. Margaret, Westminster, or St. Martiu-iu- 
the-Fields. 21 May, 1668. V. 

Avenon, Sir Alexander, knight, and one of the 
aldermen of London, of St. Peter, in West- 
cheap, and Anne Buckle, widow, of St. Michael- 
le-Quern, gen. lie, 17 Dec. 1575. B. 

Avenon, Alexander, of Lincoln's Inn, gent., and 
Mary Aldersey, of St. Benet Sherehog, Loudon, 
spinster, daughter of John Aldersey, of same, 
vintner, gen. lie, 2 May, 1597. B. 

Avenon, John, of St. Peter, Westcheap, and 
Madleue Dent, spinster, of St. Bartholomew 
near the Stocks — at St. Bartholomew afore- 
said. 10 Oct. 1576. B. 

Averell, Bartholomew, and Felicia Harrys, of 
diocese of London. 10 Dec. 1546. F. 

Averell, John, and Elizabeth Gylpyu, of All 
Hallows-the-Great, London. 1 Jan. 154|. F. 



Averell, Kichard (Averill), of St. Martin, Ludgate, 
London, merchant taylor, and Sibill Todd, of 
St. Peter, Westcheap, said city, spinster, 
daughter of Robert Todd, late of St. Nicholas 
Cole Abbey, said city, merchant tailor, 
deceased, gen. lie, 26 Sept. 1597. B. 

Averell, William, and Joanna Lotte, widow, of 

St. Margaret, New Fish Street, London— to 

marry there. 8 Aug. 1558. B. 
Averell, William, of St. Peter, Cornhill, London, 

merchant taylor, and Ellen Larimore, of St. 

Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, said city. 

widow of Nicholas Larimore, late of All 

Hallows Staining, said city, yeoman, gen. lie, 

15 May, 1596. B. 

Averley, Thomas, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London, citizen and cordwainer, widower, 30 
and upwards, and Martha Cockroft, of St. 
Stephen, Coleman Street, London, sj^inster, 
about 22, with her father's consent — at St. 
Dionis Backchurch ; St. Giles, Cripplegate; 
St. Peter, Cornhill ; or St. Michael, Cornhill, 
London. 7 Sept. 1678. V. 

Avery, Dudley, of St. Michael Bassishaw, citizen and 
merchant taylor, of London, bachelor, 23, with 
consent of his father, the Right Worshipful 
Samuel Avery, alderman, of Loudon, and Jane 
Large, of Camberwell, Surrey, spinster, above 
16, daughter of Thomas Large, late of same, 
esq., deceased, with consent of her mother, 
Elizabeth Whorwood — at Camberwell or St. 
Mary, Newington, Surrey, or St. Peter, Paul's 
Wharf, London. 28 Feb. 164^. F. 

Avery, Edward (Averie), of St. Peter, Paul's 
Wharf, London, dyer, and Mary Edgley, of St. 
Bartholomew - the - Less, West Smithfield, 
London, widow of John Edgley, late of same, 
cheesemonger — at Hornsev, Middlesex. 9 Sept. 
1626. B. 

Avery, Henry, of St. Michael, Cornhill, upholsterer, 
bachelor, about 30, and Frances Waith, of 
Camberwell, Surrey, spinster, about 20, con- 
sent of father, Robert Waith, gent. — at St. 
Olave, Southwark, co. Surrey. 12 May, 1674. 

Avery, William (Averie), silkweaver, and Christian 
Slater, widow, of City of London — at St. 
Alphage, London. 18 Jan. 158^. B. 

Avery, William, of Gray's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
about 29, and Elizabeth Hothersall, of 
Lewisham, Kent, spinster, about 18, consent 
of her mother, Elizabeth Freeman, widow — at 
St. Mary, Savoy, or St. Clement Danes, or St. 
Katherine, near the Tower, London. 22 Feb. 
166^. V. 

Avis, Robert, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
yeoman, and Margaret Smithe, of same, 
daughter of Richard Smithe, late of St. 
Catharine, near the Tower of London, yeoman, 
deceased — at St. Botolph, Aldgate, aforesaid. 
9 Feb. 161^-. B. 

Avis, Samuel, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
haberdasher, and Elizabeth Lenton, of 
same, spinster, daughter of Robert Lenton, 
of same, joiner — at Stepney, co. Middlesex. 
24 Doc. 1622. B. 

Awbrey, John (Auljery), and Anne Parker, of the 
City of London. 13 Feb. lo4f . F. 

Awbrey, Sir John, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, bart., aged about 27, and Mrs. 
Margaret Lowther,[of same, spinster, about 19, 
with consent of her mother. Dame Elizabeth 
Lowther, widow, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields 
aforesaid. 27 Feb. 167§. Y. 



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/Joliu Awbroy 



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56 



Awbrey, Sir John (Aubrey), bart., of Llantrithyd, 
CO. Glamorgan, above 21, with no parents or 
guardians, and JIary Stealy (? Staley), of 
same, spinster, about 30, at her own disposal 
— at St. James, Westminster, St. Margaret, 
Westminster, or St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
IMiddlesex. 19 June, 1701. F. 

Awbrey, Samuel, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
gent., bachelor, about 21, his father's consent, 
and Mrs. Patience Bridle, of same, spinster, 
about 18, her father's consent — at St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields. 5 Dec. 1677. V. 

Awbrey, William, of Brosboume, Herts, doctor 
of law. and one of the advocates of the 
Arches Court in London, widower, 50, and 
Anne Bayley, of same, 45, widow of — Bayley, 
gent , of same, who died six months ago — at 
Broxbourne. 11 Dec. 1611. B. 

Awbrey, William (Aubrey), gent., of St. Clement 
Danes, bachelor, 27, and Jane Darknall, of 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster — at St. 
Clement Danes. 15 Feb. 164|. B. 

Awcocke. See Alcocke. 

Awde, William, alias Hoye, of Albury, co. Herts, 
yeoman, and Ellen Duke, of Thorley, said 
county, spinster, daughter of — Duke, late 
of same, yeoman, deceased — at Thorley afore- 
said. 22 Xos^. 1610. B. 

Awdryan, Audrian, and Christiana Ede, of St. 
Andrew, Eastcheap, to marry there. 13 Feb. 
]56=. B. 

Awlsten, Thomas, of St. Botoljah, Billingsgate, 
London, clothworker, bachelor, and Katherine 
Myers, of Islington, spinster, daughter of 
Thomas Myers, late of same, grocer, deceased 
— at St. Clement, Eastcheap, London. 18 
Sept. 1609. B. 

Awman, Michael, of Christchurch, Newgate, 
turner, and Elizabeth Bromfeilde, spinster — at 
St. Leonard, Shoreditch. 5 Jan. 15|§. B. 

Awmond. Peter, of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, 
London, innholder, and Alice Bowmer, of St. 
Botolph, Alderagate, widow of William 
Bowmer, late of same, grocer — at St. Mary 
Steyning, London. 19 Feb. 160i-. B. 

Awusbam, Richard, of Teling, Middlesex, clerk, 
bachelor, 26, son of Eichard Awnsham, of 
Cranford, Middlesex, clerk, deceased, and 
Anne Proctor, of Slicpperton, Middlesex, 
.spinster, 18, consent of her father, Mr. 
Samuel Proctor, parson of Shepperton afore- 
said — at Trinity Church, Trinity Lane, li 
Dec. 1621. B. 

Awsiter, Eichard, of Hayes, Middlesex, gent., 
bachelor, 33, and Mai-tha Impey, of Uxbridge, 
jMiddlesex, 25, with consent of her mother, a 
widow — at St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, or 
.... 4 March, lfg§. F. 

Awsiter, Robert (Awseter),of Southall, Middlesex, 
gent., widower, about 38, and Mrs. Margaret 
Awnsham, of Isleworth, Middlesex, 21 and 
upwards, consent of father, Nicholas Awnsham , 
of same, gent. — at Isleworth, Norwood, cr 
Heston, said county of Middlesex. 23 Feb. 
166f. V. 

Axdell. Edward, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
and Mary Baruett, of same, widow. 2 Aug. 
1673. D. 

Axe, Thomas, of Orchard, co. Somerset, gent., 
bachelor, 34, and Dorothy Birstall, spinster, 
about 24, daughter of William Birstall, D.D., 
of Eversley, co. Southampton, who consents — 
at Eversley aforesaid. 24 Aug. 1070. F. 



Axe, William, waterman, and Debora Dudley, of 
Greenwich, Kent, widow of Eichard Dudley 
— at St. Mary Magdalene, Milk Street, London. 
31 Oct. 1626. B. 

Axton, John, son of Thomas Axton, of Hexen, co. 
Herts, yeoman, and Elizabeth Cluen, daughter 
of Daniel Cluon, of Hendon, co. Middlesex — 
at St. Bonnet, Paul's Wharf, London. 23 Sept. 
1618. B. 

Ayer, John, clothworker, and Alice Moyle, 
spinster, of Acton, Middlesex — at Acton. 30 
Aug. 1582. B. 

Ayerst, John, of St. Magnus, London, widower, 
about 35, and Martha Maltby, of St. Olave, 
Southwark, spinster, about 21 and upwards, 
at her own disposal — at St. Thomas, in South 
wark, or ... . 27 Jan. 167^. V. 

Aylesburie, Thomas, esq., of St. Andrew, Hol- 
born, consent of father, William Aylesburie, 
esq., and Anne Darell, of the City of London, 
widow, whose husband died about a j'ear ago 
—at .... 3 Oct. 1611. B. 

Aylesbury, William, gent., of St. Andrew, Hol- 
born, widower, 67, and Dorothy Gwillams, of 
same, widow, 60, whose husband — Gwillams, 
of same, gent., died about seven years 
since — at St. Andrew, Holborn. 12 July, 
1603. B. 

Aylett, Mr. Giles, clerk, M.A., parson of Great 
Sutton, Essex, bachelor, 39, and Mary Thur- 
good, maiden, 23, of Laver Magdalen, Essex, 
daughter of Robert Thurgood, of same, yeo- 
man, who died about a dozen years ago, con- 
sent of her father-in-law William Aylett, of 
Laver Magdalen, yeom.an, and of his wife, 
mother of the said Mary — at Chelmsford. 4 
Nov. 1606. B. 

Aylett, John, of Magdalen Laver, co. Essex, gent., 
and Ellenor Aylett, of same, widow of — 
Aylett, yeoman — at Magdalen Laver aforesaid. 
29 Nov. 1619. B. 

Aylett, John, of Leadenhall Street, London, mer- 
chant, bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Bennett 
Dobbins, of Fulham, Middlesex, spinster, 
about 23, and at her own disposal — at Fulham 
aforesaid, or in the Temple Chapel, London. 
23 Nov. 1669. V. 

Aylett, Robert, bachelor, about 15, son of John 
Aylett, of Much Brasted, Essex, esq., and 
Margaret Aylett, of same, spinster, about 13, 
her parents dead, with consent of said John 
Aylett, her guardian — at Great or Little 
Braxted, or Eivenhall, co. Essex. 11 Nov. 1062. 
F. 

Aylett, Robert, of Great Braxsteed, co. Essex, 
gent., about 18, and Margaret Aylett, of same, 
spinster, about 15, consent of Thomas Roberts, 
of Little Braxsteed, said county, esq., guardian 
to both said parties, their parents being dead 
— at St. Gregory, or Little St. Bartholomew, 
London, or St. James, Clerkenwell. 17 March, 
166|. \. 

Aylett, Thomas, of Roothing Aythrop, co. Essex, 
gent., and Ellen Barnard, of Little Saling, 
said county, spinster, daughter of Isaac Bar- 
nard, late of Stebbing, said county, yeoman, 
deceased — at .... 6 Sept. 1615. B. 

Aylett, Thomas, of Braintree, co. Essex, bachelor. 
32, and Jane Arwaker, spinster, 19, daughter 
of Francis Arwaker, of Chelmsford, Essex, 
gent., who consents — at St. Thomas Apostle, 
Loudon. 11 April, 1662. F. 



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Aylett, William, gent., of Magdalen Laver, co. 
Essex, 21, son of John Aylett, of same, gent., 
who consents, and Mary Perin, of Keldon, 
Essex, spinster, 24, her father dead, consent 
of her mother Suaan Perin, widow — at Kel- 
don, Peldon, or Standon, co. Esses. 11 Feb. 
16H- B. 
Aylmer, Anthony, of Onlling (sic), Essex, gent., 
bachelor, 25, and Katherine Beale, spinster, 
above 21, daughter of Robert Beale, of Gray's 
Inn, esq., who consents — at HilHngdon, Middle- 
sex, or ... . 29 Oct. 1698. P. 
Aylmer, Brabazon, of St. Michael, Oornhillj 
London, citizen and stationer, bachelor, about 
30, and Mrs. Temperance Hawkins, of St. 
Faith, London, spinster, about 22, at her own 
disposal, her parents dead — at Chelsea, Ful- 
ham, or St. Margaret, Westminster, Middle- 
sex. 30 Sept. 1678. V. 
Aylmer, Edmund (Ailmer), and Anno Hills, of city 

of Westminster, spinster. 22 Nov. 1637. D. 
Aylmer, Justinian, of St. Martiu-in-the-Pields; 
bachelor, 22, and Catherine Faulkner, of same, 
spinster, 23— at Whitechapel. 29 July, 1698- 
B. 
AylofFe, Henry, of the Middle Temple, esq., 
bachelor, 26, and Margaret Everard, of St. 
Clement Danes, Middlesex, spinster, 22, her 
parents dead — at St. Clement Danes aforesaid. 
23 July, 1697. F. 
AyloiFe, John (Ayliphe), of St. Stephen, Coleman 
Street, and Elizabeth Harrison, spinster, of 
St. Benet Sherehog — at St. Stephen aforesaid. 
15 July, 1579. B, 
AylofFe, William, alias Ayliffe, of Nether Chishull, 
CO. Essex, gent., and Dorothy Wiseman, 
spinster, daughter of John Wiseman, of 
Canfield Magna, said county, esq., gen. lie, 
11 Nov. 1588. B. 
AyloiFe, Sir William, knight and bart. (Ayliffe), of 
St. Margaret, Westminster, and Alice Stokes, of 
same, spinster — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 
4 Dec. 1621. D. 
AyloiFe, William (Ayloff), of Never Chissill, co. 
Essex, esq., bachelor, 30, and Susannah Harvey, 
spinster, 27, daughter of Robert Harvey, of 
Denham Hall, co. Bucks, esq., who consents — 
at St. James, Clerkenwell ; St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, or St. Margaret, Westminster, Middle- 
sex. 12 Jan. 167i. F. 
Aylwarde, Richard (Aylewarde), and Johanna 
Dnffwheate, spinster, of London, gen. lie., 12 
April, 1572. B. 



Aylworth, Francis (Ayleworth), of St. Bride, 
London, gilder, and Dionis Greene, of St. Mary, 
Islington, Middlesex, spinster — at St. Giles-in- 
the-Fields, Middlesex. 17 Jan. 162f . B. 

Aylworth. John (Ayleworth), gent., of St. 
Martin-in-the-Pields, bachelor, 35, and Anne 
Rand [Kant], of St. Giles, Cripplegate, widow, 
55— at Islington. 5 May, 1627. B. 

Aylworth, John, of All Hallows, Honey Lane, 
silkman, bachelor, about 27, and Elizabeth 
Banester, of Stevenage, Herts, spinster, about 

21, consent of father, George Banester, of 
same, gent. — at Stevenage, or Chijiping Barnet, 
Herts. 21 May, 1661. V. 

Aylworth, Walter (Ailewooith), of Gray's Inn, 

gent., and Johanna Stockitt, spinster, of St. 

Dunstan-in-the-West, gen. lie, 11 April, 1577. 

B. 
Aynons, Richard, and Joyce Crofte, spinster, of 

Dagenham, gen. lie. 30 Nov. 1565. B. 
Aynscombe, John, gent., and Suzanna Elfecke, 

widow, of Christchurch, Newgate. 1 Jan. 

158". B. 
Aynsworth, John, and Bridget Lattick, spinster, 

of St. Leonard, Shoreditch — to marry there. 

28 Feb. 157f . B. 
Ayray, John, and Elizabeth Wilson, of city of 

Westminster, spinster. 12 Jan. 163f . D. 
Ayre, Paul, haberdasher, of St. Magnus, London, 

and Mary Hall, spinster, of same, daughter 

of Edmund Hall, of Hacleston, co. Norfolk, 

chirurgeon — at St. Andrew Hubbard. 28 Jan. 

158f. B. 
Ayres, George, jun., of Inner Temple, bachelor, 

22, and Mrs. Bridget Brown, of Hampstead, 
Middlesex, spinster, 22, her father's consent, 
attested by Thomas Browne — at St. Ethel- 
burgh, London. 19 Dec. 1692. B. 

Ayres, John, of St. Mary Magdalen, borough of 
Southwark, Surrey, habex'dasher, widower, 
about 40, and Sarah Beckingham, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, spinster, about 28, consent 
of father, Stephen Beckingham, of Gray's Inn, 
esq. — at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf ; or St. 
Gregory, London. 18 Feb. 166^. V. 

Ayres, Robert, of Trinity, Minories, London, gent., 
andElizabeth Robinson, widow — at St. Swithin, 
London. 8 Oct. 1625. B. 

Ayres, Thomas, of Totteridge, Herts, gent., 
bachelor, 30, and Susan Pratt, spinster, 21, 
daughter of John Pratt, late of same, gent., 
deceased, with consent of her mother, Susan 
Pratt, of same, Avidow — at St. Christopher- 
near-the-Stocks, London. 6 Feb. 163|. F. 



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John Babb 



[1521-1869.] 



Robert Bacon 



60 



Babb, Jolin, of Louth, co. Lincoln, clerk, and 
Deborah Osney, of same, widow — at Lincoln 
cathedral, or ... . 25 May, 1682. F. 

Babb, Thomas, and Anne Hopkins, of the city of 
Westminster, widow. 5 June, 1639. D. 

Baber, the Wight Worshipful Francis, Doctor of 
Laws, and Chancellor to the Lord Bishop of 
Gloucester, and Elizabeth Adderley, of South 
Mims, Middlesex, spinster, daughter of John 
Adderley, of same, esq., who consents — at 
South Mims aforesaid. 9 April, 160-4. B. 

Baber, Sir John, knight, of St. Paul, Covent 
Garden, Middlesex, widower, and the Eight 
Hon. Anne, Viscountess Bayning, of Foxley, 
Berks, widow — at St. Ethelburgh or St. Mary 
(sic) Undershaft, London. 1 Aug. 1674. F. 

Baber, Sir John, knight, of St. Paul, Covent 
Garden, Middlesex, widower, and the Right 
Hon. Bridget, Viscountess of Killmory, widow 
— at St. Bride, London, or ... . 12 Feb. 
168f. F. 

Babing'ton, Ferdinando, gent., of Yealing, Mid- 
dlesex, bachelor, 30, and Mary Bonner, of 
same, spinster, 18, her father living in Mon- 
mouthshii'e, a poor man, and she having lived 
by her service these three years past — at All 
Hallows-in-the-Wall, London. 11 May, 1624. 
B. 

Babingfton, Francis, esq., of the City of London, 
and Juliana Eoo, of St. Lawrence, Old Jury, 
London, spinster, daughter of William Roo, 
alderman, of London — at St. Lawrence, Old 
Jewry. 13 July, 1588. B. 

Babing'ton, Jacob, of St. Michael, Crooked Lane, 
London, chirurgeon, bachelor, about 26, and 
Margaret Pease, of All Hallows, Lombard 
Street, spinster, about 26, at own disposal — at 
St. Dunstan-in-thc-East, All Hallows Barking, 
or St. Peter-le-Poor. 18 July, 1671. V. 

Babington, John, esq., of Hillingdon, Middlesex, 
widower, 36, and Alice King, spinster, 18, 
daughter of Edmond King, of same, yeoman, 
who consents — at St. Peter, West Cheap, 
London. 24, July, 1620. B. 

Babington, Ralph, haberdasher, and Barbara 
Langley, S2:)iuster, daughter of John Langley, 
of the City of London, draper — at St. Michael, 
Huggen Lane, London. 12 Aug. 1618. B. 

Babing'ton, Thomas, of Temple Otheley, co. 
Leicester, esq., widower, and Margaret Hall, 
spinster, 20, daughter of Elizabeth Hall, of 
Ockham, co. Surrey, widow, who consents — at 
Ockham aforesaid. 10 Oct. 1677. F. 

Babington, Uriah, of St. Antholin, draper, and 
Anno Heathe, spinster, of St. Gabriel, Fen- 
church, daughter of Robert Heath, of Odiham, 
CO. Southampton, yeoman — at St. Antholin. 
14 April, 1585. B. 

Bache, George, clerk, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
London, and Elinor Smith, of same, spinster 
— at St. James, Duke's Place, London. 7 
April, 1624. B. 

Bache, Richard, of St. Andrew, Holborn, and 
Johanna Frier, spinster, of St. Botolph, 
Aldersgate — at St. Botolph aforesaid. 31 Jan. 
157§. B. 

Bach, Thomas, and Elizabeth Winter, of precinct 
of St. Martin-le-Grand, spinster, 17 Sept. 
1636. D. 



Bacheler, William, of St. Leonard, Eastcheap, 
drajjcr, widower, 36, and Grace Slyo, of St. 
Michael, Queenhithe, spinster, 23, daughter of 
William Sly, of same, baker, who consents 
— at St. Leonard, Foster Lane ; All Hallows, 
Honey Lane ; or Stepney. 27 April, 1636. B. 

Bachelor, Edmund, haberdasher, and Elizabeth 
Swinson, spinster, of St. Alban, Wood Street, 
daughter of — Swinson, of Mario w, co. Bucks, 
yeoman — at St. Anne and Agnes, Aldersgate. 
11 Jan. 158f. B. 

Backett, John, widower, and Rebecca Bird, 
widow. 4 July, 1671. D. 

Backhouse, George, and Anne Meryton, widow, 
of Little All Hallows, Thames Street, gen. lie, 
31 Jan. 1574. B. 

Backhouse, John, esq., bachelor, 30, and Flower 
Henshawe, gentlewoman, of St. Mary Magda- 
len, Milk Street, about 19, daughter of Thomas 
Henshawe, late of same, silkman, deceased 
three years ago, consent of her mother. 
Flower Henshaw — at St. Alban, Wood Street. 
11 July, 1615. B. 

Backhouse, Sir William, bart., of London, 
bachelor, about 21, and Flower Bishopp, of 
Swallowfield, Berks, widow — at St. Paul, 
Covent Garden, or St. Andrew, Holborn. 12 
Nov. 1662. V. 

Backler, Samuel, of Ashwell, Herts, clerk, 
bachelor, 25, and Mary Howorth, of St. 
Botoljoh, Aldersgate, spinster, 21, at St. 
Michael, Wood Street. 3 Jan. 168f . B. 

Bacon, Charles, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., bachelor, about 24, and Mrs. Jane Smith, 
of St. Catherine, near the Tower of London, 
widow, about 30 — at Trinity, Minories. 17 
April, 1665. V. 

Bacon, James, and Mary Gardiner, of St. Mildred, 
London. 18 Dec. 1545. F. 

Bacon, James, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middle- 
sex, merchant, and Rose Ewers, of same, 
spinster — at St. Mary, Whitechapel, aforesaid. 
1 Dec. 1626. B. 

Bacon, Nathaniel. " Dispen. fnit cum Nathanielo 
Bacon filio honorandi viri Nichi Bacon, mill? 
Dili cnstod. Magni Sigilli Anglie,et — Gresham, 
virgin, ut ipi possint solem. matrimonium absq5 
bannis tempore prohibito in quacunq; Ecctia 
sivc Oratorio." 29 June, 1569. F. [in margin, 
" p'donatur-quia honorandi. viri Nichi Bacon, 
mil dni custod. Magni Sigille Angl. filius."] 

Bacon, Nicholas, of Gillingham St. Mary, co. 
Norfolk, esq., bachelor, 23, and Elizabeth 
Freston, of Mendham, said county, spinster, 
about 20, her parents dead, attested by Thomas 
Freston, of the Middle Temple, esq., at St. 
Bartholomew-the-Less, or St. Jlary Magdalen, 
Old Pish Street, London. 31 May, 1647. F. 

Bacon, Richard, of the Middle Temple, gent., 
widower, and Elizabeth Batten, of St. Olave, 
Hart Street, London, widow — at St. Saviour, 
Southwark, co. Siirrey, or ... . 15 Jan. 169^. 
F. 

Bacon, Robert, esq., of St. Pcter-the-Poor, 
London, bachelor, 60, and Dame Cordelia 
Harris, 50, widow of Sir Thomas Harris, 
knight, late of Maldon, co. Essex — at St. 
Botolph, Bishopsgate, London. 13 Sept. 1622. 
B. 



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Badcocke, Daniel, of Kingston, co. Surrey, cutler, 

and Mary Peirce, of St. Giles, Cripplegatc, 

London, sjiinster — at St. Giles, Cripplegatc, 

aforesaid. 16 Feb. 16|^. B. 

Badcok, George, and Amie Myllys, of London. 10 

Dec. 1547. F. 
Bade, John, of St. Catherine Cree Church, London, 
yeoman, and Elizabeth Gander, spinster, 
daughter of William Gander, of Keigate, co. 
Surrey, yeoman — at St. Catherine Cree Chm-ch 
aforesaid. 2 Dec. 1609. B. 
Badeley, William, of St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, 
London, grocer, bachelor, and Sarah Eathbone, 
of St. Michael, Cornhill, spinster, daughter of 
John Rathbone, late of the city of Chester, 
ironmonger, deceased — at St. Michael, Corn- 
hill, aforesaid. 22 Feb. 160f. B. 
Bades, Edward, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, yeoman, and Margaret Bray, of 
same, widow of Eowland Bray, late of same, 
victualler — at same. 9 July, 1605. B. 
Badge, George, of Stepney, Middlesex, barber, 
and Ellen Parkes, of same, spinster, daughter 
of John Parkes, clerk, late vicar of Tanworth, 
CO. Warwick, deceased — at Stepney aforesaid. 
5 Oct. 1G12. B. 
Badg'er, Allen, of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, gent., 
widower, about 70, and Mrs. Mary Mingey, of 
city of Norwich, co. Norfolk, widow, about 60, 
at St. Dnnstan-in-the-East, London. 17 Oct. 
1674. V. 
Badger, William, shoemaker, and Margaret 
Gardner, spinster, of City of London — at St. 
Bennet, Paul's Wharf. 9 May, 1583. B. 
Badiley, Samuel, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
silkman, widower, about 26, and Elizabeth 
Cain, of Whitechapel, Middlesex, spinster, 
about 18, consent of father, John Cain — at 
Stepney, Middlesex, or ... . 5 Dec. 1674. V. 
Badsey, John, of St. Thomas-the-Ai^ostle, mer- 
chant taylor, and Edith Player, spinster, of 
St. Nicholas Aeon — at St. Nicholas Aeon. 30 
Nov. 1582. B. 
Badshawe, William (in margin, Bradshawc), mer- 
chant taylor, of London, and Johannah Wright, 
alias Clerk, of Le Ambrey, in city and juris- 
diction of Westminster, widow — at any church 
in jurisdiction of dean and chapter. 16 Nov. 
1576. D. 
Bagard, William, gent., and Anne Cart^vrighte. 16 

April, 1575. F. 
Baggs, John, of Gray's Inn, gent., bachelor, 22, 
and Eliza Mariana Lodge, of St. Margaret, 
Westminster, spinster, 25, her mother's con- 
sent, her father dead — at Paddington. 6 June, 
1683. B. 
Bagley, John, of London, draper, and Emme 
Smithe, of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, London, 
widow of Henry Smithe, late of Stepney, gen. 
lie, 1 Sept. 1593. B. 
Bagley, Richard, jun., of Reading, Berks, gent., 
son of Richard Bagley, sen., of same, gent., 
and Margaret Reddidge, spinster, about 17, 
daughter of Thomas Reddidge, late of 
Waltham, Berks, gent., deceased, with con- 
sent of her mother, wife of William Strowde, 
of Rnshcombe, said county, gent. — at St. 
Lawrence, in Reading, aforesaid. 4 Nov. 1632. 
F. 
Bagley, Robert, yeoman, bachelor, and Anne 
Wootton, spinster, daughter of John Wootton, 
yeoman, deceased — at St. James, Clerkenwell, 
Middlesex. 11 June, 1622. B. 

Bagley, Thomas, and Elizabeth Hadwyn, spinster, 
of St. Botolph, Aldersgate — to marry there, 
11 Oct. 1576. B. 



Baguall, George, of Inner Temple, gent., 
bachelor, 28, and Mrs. Elizabeth Blechyndcn, 
of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, spinster, 22, her 
parents dead — at St. Leonard, Shoreditch. 27 
June, 1696. B. 

Bagnall, Henry, of Appledore, co. Kent, gent., 
bachelor, 29, and Anne Archley, of same, 
widow, 30 — at St. Bride, London, or ... . 21 
July, 1702. F. 

Bagnall, John, of St. Mary Abchurch, London, 
haberdasher, bachelor, about 29, and Elizabeth 
Cos, of St. Swithin, London, spinster, about 
22, consent of father, Thomas Cox, of Moreton, 
Berks, gent. — at St. Swithin or Great or Little 
St. Helen, London. 27 Nov. 1660. V. 

Bagnold, Ralph, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., bachelor, about 28, and Elizabeth John- 
son, of same, spinster, 21 and upwards, and at 
own disposal — at St. James, Clerkenwell, or St. 
Andrew, Holborn. 10 April, 1669. V. 

BagnoU, Humfrey, of St. Alban, Wood Street, 
and Alice Hudson, spinster, gen. lie, 26 March, 
1578. B. 

BagnoU, Thomas, feltmaker, and Elizabeth Davies, 
widow, of St. Andrew-iu-the-Wardrobe — at 
St. Martin-in-the-Vintry. 8 April, 1583. B. 

Bagot, Arden, of Pipehall, co. Warwick, esq., 
bachelor, about 26, and Mary Leigh, of Stone- 
leigh, said county, spinster, about 19, consent 
of Charles Leigh, esq., her guardian, her 
parents dead — at St. Mary Magdalene, Old 
Fish Street; or St. Ann, Blackfriars, London; 
or Stoneleigh, Riton ; or Lea Marston, co. 
Warwick. 1 May, 1676. V. 

Bagot, Walter, of Blithfield, co. Stafford, esq., 
bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Jane Salisbury, 
of Hand Lloyd, co. Flint, spinster, about 20, 
her mother's consent — at Hand Lloyds afore- 
said, alleged by Lewis Bagot, of Fenchurch 
Street, London, merchant. 25 June, 1670. V. 

Bagsett, John, of St. Olave, Southwark, miller, 
and Katherine Barr, of Bow, co. Essex, widow 
— at All Hallows-the-Less, in Thames Street, 
or St. Anne, Blackfriars, London. 6 April, 
1626. B. 

Bagsliaw, Charles (Bagshawe), of Bourne, co. 
Lincoln, gent., widower, aged 45, and Martha 
Wincupp, of Cornworth, co. Beds, spinster, 
about 28, and at own disposal — at Mourton, co. 
Lincoln. 30 Nov. 1667. V. 

Bagshaw, Francis, jun., of Cullworth, co. North- 
ampton, gent., bachelor, 32, and Anne Sam- 
well, of St. Margaret, Westminster, spinster, 
24, her parents dead — at St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf, London, or ... . 13 Feb. 168^. F. 

Bagshaw, Henry, D.D., of St. Botolph, Bishops- 
gate, London, bachelor, and Mary Nicols, 
spinster, about 26, daughter of Sir Edward 
Nicols {i.e., Nicolls), bart., of Foxton, co. 
Northampton, who consents — at . . . ., co. 
Northampton or Beds. 7 April, 1674. F, 

Bagshaw, Humphrey (Bagshawe), and Elizabeth 
Cavendishe. 12 Feb. 157f . F. 

Baguley, Thomas, of Barking, co. Essex, yeoman, 
and Katherine Aufen, spinster, of All Hallows, 
Thames Street, London, daughter of — Aufen, 
of CO. Chester, yeoman, gen. lie, 27 Feb. 15||}. 
B. 

Baily, Abraham (Bailey), of Lincoln's Inn, esq., 
bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. Joyce Perkins, 
of Much Baddow, Essex, spinster, about 16, 
consent of father, Thomas Perkins, of same, 
esq. — at Great Baddow aforesaid. 10 Dec. 1674. 
V. 

Baily, George (Bailie), of St. Mary Woolnotb, 
London, grocer, and Katherine Browne. 7 
March, IGl?. B. 



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Baily, George (Bailie), of St. Mary Woolnoth, 
TiODdon, grocer, and Kathoriiu- Ih-owne. of St. 
Mildred, spinster, daughtcrof William J>rowiic, 
late of Glawton, co. lluntingdon, yeoman, 
<l('cea8ed — at All Hallows Stayning, London. 
7 March, IGl^. H. 

Baily, Jlr. James (Baillie), clerk, and preacher of 
tlio wort! of God, dwelling in tho city of West- 
minster, :i;?, and Ilelcncr Levingston, 136, her 
parents dead, alleged by Mr. James Baillie, 
clerk of St. Martin-in-the- Fields— at St. Martin- 
in-the-Vintry. 3 Oct. 1(527. B. 

Baily, Ralph (Bailey), of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, gent, (hut subs. + ), bachelor, about 

27, and Sarah Kilbey, of Leadenhall Street, 
London, spinster, about ',iO, and at own 
disposal — at St. Mary, Savoy. 2 June, 1G08. 
V. 

Baily, Thomas, of St. Margaret, New Fish Street, 
London, and Rose Roberts, of St. Mary, 
Whitcchapel, widow — at St. Margaret afore- 
said. 12 June, 1G26. B. 

Baily, Jeremiah, of St. Catherine Cree Church, 
London, citizen and poulterer, widower, about 
;il, and Mrs. Elizabeth Searle, of Weele 
Bassett, co. Essex, spinster, about .'?4, and at 
her own disposal— at Weele Bassett aforesaid. 
.-3 Sept. 1678. V. 

Baily, ^Villiam, of St. Mary Somerset, London, 
yeoman, and Dorothy Bradfeilde, spinster, of 
same, daughter of Thomas Bradfeilde, late of 
Wedon, co. Northampton, butcher, deceased — 
at St. Mary Somerset. 13 Dec. 1587. B. 

Bainbrigg", Henry (Banbrigge), of St. Dunstan- 
in-the-East, London, gent., bachelor, 23, and 
Mary Platts, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
about 26, widow of Richard Platts, late of 
Barwicke, co. Sussex, draper — to marry at 
St. Bride, London. 18 Dec. 1G32. F. 

Bainbrig'g', Henry (Bainbrigge), of Hugglescose 
Grange, co. Leicester, gent., widower, and 
Elizabeth Nelthorpe, spinster, 21, daughter of 
.Tames Nelthorpe, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 
London, esq., who consents — at Harapstead, 
Middlesex, or ... . 6 July, 1681. F. 

Bainbrigg", Robert, cowper, and Margaret Moyses, 
spinster, of All Hallows Barking, daughter of 
Thomas Moyses, late of Horsam, co. Sussex, 
husbandman, deceased — at All Hallows afore- 
said. 14 Sept. 1586. B. 

Bainbrig'g', Thomas, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 

28, and Sarah Stretchley, spinster, 17, daughter 
of Edward Stretchley, of St. Mary-le-Bow, 
London, citizen and scrivener, who alleges — 
at Chigwell, Essex. 11 July, 1662. F. 

Bainbrigg, Giles (Baynbrigge), of City of 
London, mercer, and Mary Champyon, 
spinster, of St. Martin Outwich, daughter of 
John Champyon, late of same, dyer, dooeased, 
gen. lie, 5 Jan. 158^. B. 

Bainbrigg, John, 1688. Sep. Benbrigg. 

Baines, Owen, 1617. See Baynes. 

Bakex', Aaron, of Exminster, co. Devon, clerk, 
bachelor, and Martha Tompson, spinster, 10, 
daughter of Joseph Tompson, of same, clerk, 
who consents — at Exminster or Exmouth, co. 
Devon. 14 Oct. 1676. F. 

Baker, Barnard, of All Hallows, Honey Lane, 
London, haberdasher, and Elisabeth Fawke, 
of said city, spinster, daughter of Thomas 
Fawke, late of St. Giles, Cripplegate, said 
city, merchant, deceased, gen. lie. 11 Nov. 
1595. B. 

Baker, Bartholomew, of city of Worcester, gent., 
bachelor, about 35, and Mrs. Anne Lacey, of 
Ipsley, CO. Warwick, spinster, about 25, and at 
own disposal — at Ipsley aforesaid. 11 June, 
1672. V. 



Baker, Benjamin, and Anne Gyfford, spinster. 
28 Oct. 1G3'J. D. 

Baker, David, of St. Mary Somerset, London, 
tailor, and Joanc Pinwell, of All Ilallows-the- 
Less, Thames Street, London, spinster, her 
parents dead — at St. Alphage, London. 12 
Jan. 162';. B. 

Baker, (;ilcs, of We.stham, co. Essex, baker, and 
Adriana Ofeild, of same, widow of James 
Ofeild, late of same, whitster — at Stepney, co. 
Middlesex. 14 Sept. 1G04. B. 

Baker, Giles, of Eaton, Bucks, gent., widower, 30, 
and Rose Brenly, of same, spinster, 21, with 
consent of her father, Thomas Brenly — at 
Datchett or Eaton, said county. 7 Dec. 1648. 
F. 

Baker, Greaves, of Lyon's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
24, and Anne Nevile, of St. Cleaient Danes, 
spinster, 21 — at St. Clement Danes. 11 May, 
1700. B. 

Baker, Gregory, gent., of Tillingham, co. Essex, 
widower, 24, and Mary Neald, of Friering, 
said county, 27, widow of Henry Neald, 
deceased — at Friering or Landon, co. Essex. 
20 Feb. 163§. B. 

Baker, Gregory, of Bishops Stortford, Herts, 
bachelor, and Elizabeth Pike, spinster, 
daughter of Gregory Pike, of Mildreth, co. 
Cambridge, esq., deceased — at St. Bartholo- 
mew-the- Great or St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, 
London. 18 Nov. 1661. B. 

Baker, Henry, of St. Andrew, Holborn, cord- 
wainer, and Alice Leonard, of same, widow of 
Peter Leonard, late of Christchurch, London, 
tailor— at St. Andrew, Holborn. 15 April, 
1605. B. 

Baker, James (Bacar), and — Hungerford (sic), 
of the City of London. 20 Nov. 1547. F. 

Baker, James, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, bachelor, 
21, and Margaret Adams, of same, spinster, 
21— at St. Anne, London. 5 Sept. 1701. B. 

Baker, Jeffrey, of St. Clement Danes, bachelor, 
son of John Baker, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
blacksmith, and Anne Palmer, of West- 
minster, spinster — at St. Leonard, in St. 
Martin-le-Grand. 21 Feb, 162J. D. 

Baker, John, of St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, and 
Elizabeth Marshall, of St. Swithin, gen. lie. 
17 Oct. 1561. B. 

Baker, John, of St. Thomas Apostle, London, 
merchant taylor, and Dorothy Strondbridge, 
spinster, of St. Peter, Westcheap— at St. Peter 
aforesaid. 25 Jan. 15J£.B. 

Baker, John, of St. Martin Oaiwich, and Eliza- 
beth Haywarde, spinster, of St. Mary-at-Hill 
— at St. Mary-at-Hill, 11 Dec. 1574. B. 

Baker, John, of Fobbing, co. Essex, carpenter, 
and Sarah Hayes, of same, widow of Thomas 
Hayes, late of same, husbandman, gen. lie. 
6 April, 1589. B. 

Baker, John, merchant taylor, of St. Mary 
Abchurch, widower, 36, and Dorothy Catesbie, 
of same, maiden, daughter of Thomas Catesbie, 
of Hardmead, Bucks, esq., age 24, consent of 
her father, attested by Clement Underbill, of 
St. Mary Abchurch, draper, who married the 
sister of said Dorothy and with whom she 
liveth — at St. Nicholas Aeon, where said 
John Baker hath taken a house and is to 
dwell. 16 May, 1601. B. 

Baker, John, of Epping, co. Essex, yeoman, and 
Susan Sanders, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London, widow of Robert Sanders, late of 
Epping aforesaid, yeoman— at St. Botolph 
aforesaid. 3 May, 1604. B. 



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Bn,ker, John, of St. Botolpli, Aldgate, gent., 
bachelor, about 1^5. and Elizabeth Strugmell, 
of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, spinster, 
about 10, consent of father, Stephen Strog- 
rael), of St. Botolph aforesaid — at Sr. Gregory, 
London, or ye parish of . . . ., Dowgate. 
7 Aug. 1003. V. 

Baker, John, of Mayfield, Sussex, esq., bachelor, 
22, and Ruth Farrenden, spinster, 17, daughter 
of Lucy Farrenden, of Salehurst, Sussex, 
widow, who consents — at St. Clement Danes 
or St. Mary, Aldermanburv, London. 20 May. 
16«?3. F. 

Baker, John, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middle- 
sex, gent., bachelor, 35, and Martha Chamber- 
lain, daughter of — Chamberlain, of Lyon's 
Inn, gent., who consents — at St. Gabriel 
Fenchurch, London, or Marylebone, or 
Knightsbridge, Middlesex. 15 June, 1665. F. 

Baker, John, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
gent., widower, and Catherine Cooper, of 
St. Helen, London, spinster, 19, her parents 
dead, with consent of her guardian, Edmund 
Williamson, of St. Helen aforesaid, scrivener — 
at St. Helen aforesaid ; Stepney, co. Middlesex, 
or St. Saviour, Southwark, co. Surrey. 4 Jan. 
166f. F. 

Baker, John, of Gray's Inn, Middlesex, bachelor, 
34, and Dorothy Haslam, of St. Clement 
Danes, Middlesex, spinster, 30, at her own 
disposal — at St. Mary, Savoy, Middlesex, or 
.... 20 July, 1683. F. 

Baker, Joseph, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, gent., 
bachelor, about 31, and Mrs. Mary Batcheler, 
of Thistleworth, Middlesex, spinster, about 22, 
her mother's consent — at St. Margaret, West- 
minster. 11 June, 1672. V. 

Baker, Matthew, of Hockley, co. Essex, yeoman, 
and Joane Eve, of Southchurch, said county, 
widow — atHackwell, co. Essex. 16 Aug. 1615. 
B. 

Baker, Nicholas, of Clifford's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
about 24, and Mrs. Elizabeth Turner, of city 
of Canterbury, spinster, about 24, her father's 
consent — at Dartford, co. Kent. 19 Jan. 167f . 
Y. 

Baker, Peter, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, Lon. 
don, butcher, and Susan Eolfe, of same, 
spinster — at St. Botolph aforesaid. 15 Jan. 
162f B. 

Baker, Philip, of St. Andrew, Holborn, London, 
cordwainer, and Margaret Fitch, of Hunsdon, 
CO. Herts, widow — at St. Ethelburg, London. 
18 April, 1618. B. 

Baker, Philip, of Gratley, co. Southampton, clerk, 
widower, 40, and Grace Wilshere, of Hatfield, 
Herts, widow — at Totteridge chapel, Herts, 
or ... . 31 Jan. 169^. F. 

Baker, Ralph, yeoman, and Mary Fletcher, 
spinster, daughter of — Fletcher, deceased — 
at St. Mary, Islington, Middlesex. 8 Jan. 
162f. B. 

Baker, Richard, and Mary Deryke, of Petner, 
diocese of Norwich. 20 Feb. 154f . F. 

Baker, Richard, carpenter, and Johanna Munne, 
spinster, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, daughter 
of — Monne, of Stafford, wheelwright. 5 Oct. 
1583. B. 

Baker, Richard, of Pensus, co. Kent, warrener, 
and Elizabeth Surren, of Leighton, co. Essex, 
spinster — at St. Martin-in-the-Vintry, London. 
12 Feb. 161|. B. 

Baker, Richard, gent., bachelor, 23, and Anne 
Akehurst, spinster, 21, daughter of John 
Akehurst, late of Hedlingleigh (?), co. Sussex, 
gent., deceased, consent of her mother, Mary 
Akehurst, of same, widow — at St. Matthew, 
Friday Street. 10 April, 1632. B. 

London Marriage Licences. 



Baker, Rev. Richard, of St. Mary - le - Bon?, 
bachelor, and Franrjcs Prescott, of St. George, 
Bloomsbury, spinster, 21 — at St George, 
Bloomsbury. 16 Aug. 1824. B. 

Baker, Robert, and Mary Norrell, alias Bricknell, of 
city of Westminster -at St. Margaret, West- 
minster. 8 Dec. 1575. D. 

Baker, Robert, tailor, and Rose Taylor, spinster, 
of City of Loudon — at St. Andrew, Eastchcap. 
31 Jan. 158J. B. 

Baker, Robert, gent., and Alice Straunge, widow, 
of City of London, gen. lie, 19 Nov. 1582. B. 

Baker, Robert, of Staples Inn, London, gent., and 
Margaret Sare, of the City of London, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Sare, of Norton, co. Kent, 
gent., gen. lie, 16 May, 1591. B. 

Baker, Robert, of St. Martin - in - the - Vintry, 
weaver, and Jane Todd, of St. Nicholas Cole 
Abbey, widow of Robert Todd, late of same, 
silkweaver, gen. lie, 13 July, 1597. B. 

Baker, Robert, of Stepney, Middlesex, bachelor, 
31, and Martha.nnah Coles, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, spinster, 18, daughter of Samuel 
Coles, of Braybroke, co. Northampton, gent., 
who consents — at St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
London, or St. Leonard, Shoreditch, or 
Stepney, Middlesex. 19 Nov. 1668. F. 

Baker, Robert, of the College of Advocates, 
London, gent., bachelor, 22, and Elizabeth 
Howard, of St. James, Clerkenwell, spinster, 
21 — at St. James, Clerkenwell, or St. Anne 
and Agnes, Aldersgate. 15 Feb. 170^. B. 

Baker, Sampson, of Market Bosworth, co. 
Leicester, gent., bachelor, about 28, and Jane 
Ley, of Burton-upon-Trent, co. Stafford, 
spinster, about 23, and at ovni disposal — at 
Newton Regis or Grin, co. Warwick. 15 Feb. 
167a. V. 

Baker, Samuel, gent., of Cheshunt, Herts, 
bachelor, 28, and Mathew (sic) Chambers, of 
same, spinster, 28 — at St. Bartholomew-the- 
Less or St. James, Clerkenwell. 17 Feb. 16H-. 
B. 

Baker, Saranel, of St. Dunstan - in - the - East, 
London, bachelor, 25, and Elizabeth Lang- 
bridge, of Great All Hallows, London, spinster, 
18, daughter of Thomas Langbridge, of same, 
gent., who consents — at Great All Hallows 
aforesaid. 2 Nov. 1691. F. 

Baker, Stephen, of Stepney, Middlesex, bachelor, 
23, and Mary Fishman, of same, spinster, 24, 
daughter of John Fishman, of Deptford, co. 
Kent, gent., who consents — at Stepney or St. 
Paul, Shadwell, Middlesex. 13 Oct. 1679. F. 

Baker, Thomas, of City of London, clothier, and 
"Ephania" Starkye, widow of Thomas Starkey, 
of Stratford, Bow, gen. lie, 27 April, 1582. B. 

Baker, Thomas, gent., of St. Mildred, Poultry, 
bachelor, 25, and Elizabeth Barnes, of All 
Hallows Stayning, spinster, 22 — at All 
Hallows Stayning or St. Catherine Cree 
Church. 20 Dec. 1643. B. 

Baker, Thomas, of University of Oxford, gent., 
bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Susanna Blag- 
rave, of city of Oxford, spinster, about 18, 
consent of mother, Mrs. Lydia Blagrave, of 
same, widow — at St. Peter, in city of Oxford. 
24 April, 1666. V. 

Baker, Thomas, of Woodborough, co. Notts, gent., 
bachelor, about 24, and Mary Pickering, of the 
bail of Lmcoln, spinster, about 20, her mother's 
consent — at Bracebm-gh, Bekingham, or Buck- 
ham, CO. Lincoln. 8 Jan. 167f . Y. 

Baker, Thomas, of the city of Oxford, widower, 
and Joane Heron, of Abingdon, Berks, widow — 
at Abingdon aforesaid, or .... 28 July, 1690. 
F. 



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Baker, William, of the City of London, gont., and 
Elizabeth Tracye, of same, widow, gen. lie, 25 
Jan. 156f B. 
Baker, Williim, of Eedriffe (Rotherhithe), co. 
Surrey, ship carpenter, and Margery Smith, 
of St. Margaret, New Fish Street, London, 

spinster, daughter of — Smith, of co 

deceased— at St. Mai-garet aforesaid. 8 March. 
101=. B. 
Baker, William, of St. Clement Danes, bachelor, 
30, and Elizabeth Albornc, spinster, 18, 
daughter of Pliilologus Alborne, of St. Mary, 
Savoy, gent., who consents — at St. Mary Mag- 
dalen, Old Fish Street,London. 21 Feb. 166?. F. 
Baker, William, of the Isle of Graine, co. Kent, 
carpenter, bachelor, about 29, and Martha 
Binskin, of same, spinster, about 22, consent 
of parents — at the church in the said Island. 
X W. Baker's mark. 3 Nov. 1668. V. 
Baker, William, of Feckenham, co. Worcester, 
gent., -widower, and Martha Walker, of the 
town of Bedford, spinster, 40 — at All Hallows- 
in-the-y/all, London. 23 July, 1689. F. 
Baker, William, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, bachelor, 22, and Mary Pengry, 
spinster, 18, daughter of Aaron Pengry, of 
same, gent., who alleges and consents — at All 
Hallows Barking, London ; or .... 9 Feb. 
169i. F. 
Baker, William, of St. George-the-Martyr, Middle- 
sex, bachelor, above 21, and Mary Bilbey, of 
St. Marylebone, Middlesex, widow — at West- 
minster Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, or St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 19 Sept. 1737. 
F. 
Balautine, James, gent., of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, bachelor, 31, and Anne Levingston, 
spinster, 20, daughter of Sir Henry Levingston, 
Knight, who consents — at St. Martin-in-the- 
Vintry. 30 March, 1630. B. 
Ealderstone, James, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
blacksmith, and Constance Spackman, of St. 
Sepulchre, London, spinster, daughter of 
Milliam Spackman, of Walworth, co. Surrey, 
yeoman, gen. lie, 13 Nov. 1591. B. 
Baldin, William, of Jacketts, parish of Watford, 
CO. Herts, yeoman, and Cecily Edlyn, of same, 
widow of — Edlyn, of same, yeoman, at same. 
14 Jan. 159J. B. 
Baldock, George, and Agnes Hatton, of St. 

Stephen, Coleman Street. 29 Sept. 1537. B. 
Baldock, Thomas, 1593. See Bawldocke. 
Baldrye, William, of St. ilary Steyning, London, 
goldsmith, and Alice Binckes, of same, widow 
of Thomas Binckes, late of same, goldsmith, 
gen. lie, 30 Aug. 1595. B. 
Baldwin, Charles (Baldwyn), of Inner Temple, 
esq., bachelor, 25, and Elizabeth Acton, of 
Bockleton, diocese of Hereford, but living 
three months past in Bell Yard, spinster, 16, 
consent of mother and guardians, her father 
dead — at St. Paul, Covent Garden ; or St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, alleged by the Hon. Sir 
Timothv Baldwin, knight, doctor of laws. 11 
May, 1679. B. 
Baldwin, Edward, of Highgate, Middlesex, gent., 
30, household servant to Sir William Corn- 
wallis, knight, with whom he hath dwelt 
about fourteen years, his father and mother 
both living at Pallgrave, co. Suffolk, and 
Margery Draper, of Hampstead, Middlesex, 
relict of John Draper, steward of Gray's Inn, 
who deceased about All Holland Tide last was 
twelve months, her age 48, consent of William 
Baldwin, father of said Edward, attested by 
Anthony Parker, servant to JMmond Withe- 
poole, esq., of Ipswich, Suffolk — at Hampstead, 
Middlesex. 8 Feb. 159-'. B. 



Baldwin, George (Baldewyn), and Elizabeth 
Bannister, widow, of Fulham, Middlesex — to 
marry there. 24 Jan. 157§. B. 

Baldwin, George, of Princes Risborough, co. 
Bucks, gent., bachelor, 25. and Elizabeth 
Hone, spinster, 22, daughter of Elizabeth 
Hone, of Sc. Andrew, Holborn. Middlesex, 
widow, who consents — at St. Michael, or St. 
Alban, Wood Street, London. 20 Feb. 166| 
F. 

Baldwin, John, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
bachelor, about 35, and Anne Skynner, of 
Kingston-on-Thames, widow, about 45, at St. 
Dunstan-in-the-West, Brainford, Middlesex, 
or Chersham, Bucks. 11 Sept. 1602. V. 

Baldwin, John, of Stoney Stratford, Bucks, 
gent., bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Susanna 
Trunckett, of Leadenhall Street, London, 
spinster, about 18, consent of father, Ralph 
Trunckett, of same, cook— at Parish Church, 
or Tabernacle of St. Gabriel Fenchurch. 26 
June, 1676. V. 

Baldwin, Samuel (Baldwyn), esq., of Inner Temple, 
bachelor, 30, and Elizabeth Walcott, of St. 
Thomas-the-Apostle, London, spinster, about 
26, consent of mother, Elizabeth Walcott, of 
same, widow — at St. Bartholomew, London, or 
Durham House Chapel. 25 July, 1048. B. 

Baldwin, Thomas (Baldw^-n), of London, gent., 
and Katherine Powltney, of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex, spinster, daughter of 
Thomas Powltney, gent., deceased, gen. lie, 
7 April, 1597. B. 

Baldwin, WilHam. See Baldix. 

Baldwin, William, of St. Clement Danes, chirur- 
geon, bachelor, about 24, and Dorothy Stretey, 
of St. Catherine Coleman, London, spinster, 
aged 18, consent of father, Philip Stretey, of 
same, gent. — at St. Mary, Mounthaw. 30 March, 
1665. V. 

Baldwin, William (Baldwyn), of Defford, co. 
Worcester, gent., bachelor, about 20, and Mrs. 
Rose-Mary Kent, of St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex, spinster, about 21, consent of mother, Mrs. 
Mary-Anne Kent, of same, widow — at St. 
Clement aforesaid. 2 Dec. 1073. Y. 

Baldwin, William, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
gent., bachelor, about 35, and Mrs. Ellen 
Evans, of St. Clement Danes, spinster, about 
37, alleged by Humphrey Evans, of St. Paul, 
Covent Garden, gent. — at St. Botolph, Bishops- 
gate. Oct. 1075. Y. 

Bale, Gratian, of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, Middle- 
sex, bachelor, 24, and Dorothy Roberts, of 
Stoke Newington, Middlesex, spinster, 10, her 
parents dead, with consent of her uncle, 
Robert Fenn, esq. — at Stoke Newington, or 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 21 Sept. 
1670. F. 

Bale, Gyfford, of Hammersmith, Middlesex, gent., 
widower, about 50, and Joane Small, of same, 
widow, about 46 — at Hammersmith, or ... . 
5 Aug. 1001. Y. 

Balgey, Daniel, of the City of London, merchant, 
and Margaret Haynes, widow, of St. Botolph, 
Aldgate, London, relict of John Hajnes, of 
St. Catharine, by the Tower of Loudon, sailor, 
gen. lie, 20 Feb. 15§a. B. 

Balguy, the worshipful Thomas, B.D., of Stoker 
CO. Northampton, bachelor, 40, and Mary 
W^estfield, of Great St. Bartholomew, London, 
spinster, 22, consent of father, Thomas West- 
field, D.D.— at St. Bennett Sherehog. 26 Feb. 
104^. B. 



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Ball, Andrew, of St. Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey, 
widower, about 23, and Elizabeth Hartnell, 
of Stepney, Middlesex, spinster, about 18, 
mother'.s consent — at St. Mary Magdalene 
aforesaid. 24 Oct. 1666. V. 

Ball, David, and Anno Leech, of city of West- 
minster, spinster. 8 June, 1640. D. 

Ball, Edmund, and Emott Burton, spinster, of St. 
Magnus, London — to marry there. 23 Oct. 
1579. B. 

Ball, Edward, of Thames Ditton, co. Surrey, 
yeoman, bachelor, about 30, and Mary Bishop, 
of Kingston, said county, spinster, about 24, 
and at own dispose — at Marybone, Middlesex. 
29 April, 1668. V. 

Ball, Henry, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, gent., 
bachelor, about 33, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Bowles, of same, spinster, about 30, at own 
disposal — at St. Clement Danes. 18 Dec. 1666. 
V. 

Ball, Hugh, citizen and clothwox-ker, of London, 
widower, and Alice Colson, of St. Sepulchre, 
Loudon, spinster — at St. Anne and Agnes, 
Aldersgate, London. 11 Oct. 1609. B. 

Ball, John, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, 
white baker, and " Donsiara " Barnard, of St. 
Clement Danes, Middlesex, widow — at St. 
Botolph aforesaid. 14 July, 1626. B. 

Ball, John, of Yateley, co. Southampton, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Anne Smith, of 
Trimley, co. Surrey, widow, about 27 — at St. 
Mary Magdalen, near Old Fish Street, London. 
16 Aug. 1678. V. 

Ball, Joseph, of St. Saviour, Southwark, co. 
Surrey, merchant, and Elizabeth Kent, of 
same, spinster — at St. Christopher-le-Stocks, 
or St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 19 Sept, 
1661. B. 

Ball, Nathaniel, of St. Andrew Undershaft, Lon- 
don, citizen and Salter, bachelor, about 27, and 
Mi-s. Mary Ashby, of Bishops Strafford, co. 
Herts, spinster, about 21, with her mother's 
consent — at Furnis Pelham, co. Essex, or 
Herts. 29 Jan. 167^. V. 

Ball, Thomas, of All Saints and St. Peter, Maiden 
and Alice Chambers, spinster, of City of Lon- 
don, gen. lie, 28 Feb. 156f. B. 

Ball, Thomas, of Maiden, Essex, and Barbara Hill, 
of All Hallows-in-the-Wall — to marry there. 
4 Nov. 1577. B. 

Ball, Thomas, of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
bachelor, 22, and Elizabeth Cooper, spinster, 
18, daughter of John Cooper, of Elton, co. 
Huntingdon, clerk — at Elton aforesaid. 5 Sept. 
1661. F. 

Ball, William, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
waterman, and Anne Pattin, of same, spinster, 
her parents dead — at St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf, London. 24 Aug. 1619. B. 

Ball, William, tailor, and Anne Cutler, spinster, 
daughter of Walter Cutler, maltster — at St. 
Clement, Eastcheap, London. 11 Jan. 162f. 
B. 

Ball, William, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 30, 
and Alice Vaughan, of Pembrey, co. Carmar- 
then, widow, 26— at any parish chui-ch in the 
diocese of London. 13 Jan. 166f . F. 

Ball, William, of Mamhead, co. Devon, esq., 
bachelor, about 33, and Mrs. Mary Hussey, of 
Hunnington, co. Lincoln, spinster, about 24, 
her mother's consent — at St. Paul, Covent 
Garden, Middlesex. 7 July, 1668. V. 

Ballard, Francis, gent., of St. Martin's-in-the- 
Fields, bachelor, 24, and Frances Gardner, of 
St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, spinster, 
23, consent of her father, Richard Gardner, of 
same, esq. — at St. James, Clerkenwell. 5 Aug. 
1644. B. 



Ballard, George, gent., of Little Eston, Essex, 
bachelor, 24, and Katherine Crispe, of same, 
spinster, 22, daughter of Richard Crispe, late 
of same, farrier, deceased, consent of her 
uncle, Griffyn Roberts, of St. Sepulchre, 
London, taylor — at St. Nicolas Olave. 27 
April, 1631. B. 

Ballard, Richard, of St. Martin-le-Grand, mould 
maker, and Anne Lucie, spinster, daughter of 
— Lucie, of Bushie, co. Middlesex — at St. 
Leonard, Foster Lane. 26 Feb. 160 = . 

Ballard, Robert (Ballarde), and Katherine Stevyn, 
sijinster, of South Weald, Essex — at St. Peter, 
Paul's Wharf. 17 Jan. 157§. B. 

Ballard, William (Ballarde), gent., and Elizabeth 
Colo, spinster. [Bond by Nicholas Cole and 
William Brownrigg.j 18 March, 157J. D. 

Ballendin, Robert, of Willburton, co. Cambridge, 
gent., about 40, and Elizabeth Anger, of St. 
Paul, Covent Garden, Middlesex, spinster, 30 
— at St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, or 
.... 5 Aug. 1697. F. 

Ballett, Charles, of Cambridge, co. Cambridge, 
gent., bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Chester, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, 
21 and upwards, and at own disposal — at 
St. Botolph or Great St. Bartholomew, London. 
13 Aug. 1669. V. 

Ballett, Charles, of Clement'sinn, gent., widower, 
about 30, and Mrs. Anne Tingle, of East 
Easton Neston (sic), co. Northampton, widow, 
about 35 — at St. Clement Danes. 5 April, 
1672. V. 

Ballett, Charles, of Little Hollingbury, co. Essex, 
gent., widower, about 28, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Scrogges, of Albery, Herts, spinster, about 20, 
her father's consent — at Eltham, Bromley ; 
or Greenwich, co. Kent. 7 Feb. 167-|. V. 

Ballett, Richard, and Margaret Kelinge, of 
St. John Zachary, London, gen. lie, 3 Feb. 
157?. B. 

Ballett, Richard, of Hatfield, Broadoak, co. Essex, 
gent., bachelor, about 25, and Elizabeth 
Newton, of St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, 
about 20, her parents dead— at St. Andrew, 
Holborn, aforesaid. 10 Oct. 1660. V. 

Ballett, William, of Hatfield, Broadoak, Essex, 
bachelor, 24, and Bridget Clopton, of Stan- 
borne, said county, spinster, 19, her parents 
dead — at Matching or Sheering, co. Essex. 4 
April, 1663. F. 

Ballarde, Robert, yeoman, of South Will, co. 
Essex, and Johanna Abraham, spinster, of 
Raynham, said county— at Raynham. 22 Jan. 
1581. B. 

Ballinger, William, of St. Martin, Ludgate, 
London, girdler, and Amy Cole, of St. Dun- 
stan-in-the-West, London, spinster, daughter 
of Richard Cole, late of same, girdler, 
deceased — at St. Mary, Islinsrton, Middlesex. 
25 April, 1617. B. 

Balliuan, Thomas, gent., of the City of London, 
bachelor, 25, and Judith Hill, of St. Nicholas 
Aeon, spinstei', 25 — at St. Nicholas Aeon. 25 
June, 1640. B. 

Ballow, Stephen, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
Middlesex, gent., bachelor, 26, and Katherine 
Jackson, of same, spinster, 22, her parents 
dead — at St. Catherine Coleman, London. 21 
April, 1686. F. 

Ballow, Augustine, of St. Mary Woolnoth, 
London, gent., bachelor, about 26, and Eliza- 
beth Philpot, of the City of London, spinster, 
about 22, daughter of Nicholas Philpot, of the 
city of Hereford, gent., who consents— at St. 
Helen, London, or ... . 22 July, 1671. F. 

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BaUowe, Philip, now of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 
f^eiit., bachelor, 22, his father dead, consent of 
his mother, Agnes Becke, alias Ballowe, and 
Una ("r) Cooper, of St. Botolph, Aldersprate, 
spinster, 17, consent of her mother, Mary 
Cooper, of same— at Chelsea. 22 June, 1638. 
B. 
Ballowe, William, of Camberwell, co. Surrey, 
gent., bachelor, about 34, and Frances Ballowe, 
of same, spinster, about 22, with consent of her 
father, Daniel Ballowe, of same— at Charlton, 
CO. Kent. 28 Sept. 1678. V. 
Ballthropp, Richard, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
brewer, and Margaret Warren, of llstrye, co. 
Herts, spinster, daughter of — Warren, of 
same, yeoman, gen. lie, 3 Aug. 1596. B. 
Balsey, John, sailor, and Elizabeth Iden, spinster, 
of the City of London, daughter of — Iden, 
of St. Olave, Southwark, waterman — at St. 
Bennet, Paul's Wharf. 8 Oct. 1585. B. 
Bamfeild, William, gent., of Ingatestone, Essex, 
bachelor, 24, and Martha Brice, of Bnnitwood, 
said county, spinster, 22, parents dead — at 
Chelmsford or Danbury, co. Essex. 1 Sept. 
1646. B. 
Bampfeild, Sir Coppleston, of Honyton, co. 
Devon, knight, widower, about 30, and Mrs. 
Jane Poole, of Shute, said county, spinster, 
about 20, consent of her father, Sir Courtney 
Poole, of same, knight — at Shute, Honyton, 
or Asminster, said county. 21 Oct. 1674. 
V. 
Bampford, Patrick, of Asseridge, co. Herts, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Margaret Cleaver, of 
same, spinster, about 24, and at her own dis- 
pose — at Little Gadsden, co. Herts. 3 Sept. 
1678. V. 
Eanckworth, Eichard, of London, stationer, and 
Elizabeth Royden, of St. Stephen, Coleman 
Street, said city, spinster, daughter of John 
Rovden, of Holt, co. Denbigh, gent., gen. lie, 
ISApril, 1595. B. 
Bauckworth, Robert, of the City of London, 
scrivener, and Mary Bnsbridge, of same, 
widow of John Busbridge, late of same, 
skinner — at St. Martin Outwich, London. 
1 March. 161f. B. 
Bancroft, Roger, gent., and Catherine Cook, of 
St. Andrew Undershaft, London, spinster— at 
St. Sepulchre, London. 17 Aug. 1626. B. 
Bancrofte, Jerrard, gent., of St. Nicholas Cole 
Abbey, bachelox", 23, and Beatrix Jenkes. of 
St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, daughter of John 
Jenkes, of City of London, who consents — at 
St. Gregory, near St. Paul. 19 May, 1616. B. 
Baud, Thomas, of St. Dunstan - in - the - East, 
London, bachelor, 35, and Sarah Brand, spinster, 
20, daughter of Joseph Brand, of Edwarstone, 
CO. Suffolk, esq., who consents— at St. Dun- 
stan, or Edwarstone aforesaid. 8 April, 1663. 
F. 
Bangram, William, of St. Bartholomew-the-Less, 
London, girdler, and Joane Dearmer, spinster, 
daughter of John Dearmer, late of Barnet, 
CO. Herts, deceased — at St. Bartholomew-the- 
Great, London. 23 Nov. 1612. B. 
Banion, Alexander, of St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, 
London, haberdasher, and Ellen Gyles, of St. 
Michael, Queenhithe, widow of John Gyles, 
late of same, jo\Tier — at St. Bennet afore- 
said. 10 March, 1595. B. 
Bauke, John, woollendraper, and Mercy Fisher, of 
London, spinster, daughter of Alexandra 
Fisher, late of Detling, co. Kent, gent., 
deceased, gen. lie, 28 April, 1596. B. 



Banks, Benjamin (Bankes), of St. Stephen, Wal- 
brook, London, widower, 30, and Sarah Ewere, 
of St. Michael, in St. Albans, co. Herts, 
spinster, with consent of her father, Nathaniel 
Ewro, of same, gent. — at St. Botolph, Bishops- 
gate, London, or .... 5 Feb. 169|. F. 
Banks, Henry (Banckes), clerk, rector of Alba 
Rothinge, co. Essex, and EmmaEUett, spinster, 
of Stonway, in said county, gen. lie, 22 Nov., 
1577. B. 
Banks, Henry (Bankes), and Susanna Tillingham. 

21 Oct. 1662. D. 
Banks, Gray, gent., of City of London, bachelor, 
40, and Elizabeth Coppinger, of city of West- 
minster, spinster, 30 — at St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields. 25 May, 1635. B. 
Banks, John (Bankes), of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, joiner, and Margaret-ap-Thomas, of 
St. Bride, spinster— at St. Margaret, West- 
minster. 20 Jan. 160^, D. 
Banks, John (Banckes), of Fulham, Middlesex, 
husbandman, and Mary Vincent, of same, 
widow, of Thomas Vincent, husbandman — at 
St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, London. 2 Feb. 
16^. B. 
Banks, John (Bancks), and Pleasant Trigge, of 
St. Martin-le-Grand [in margin, Foster Lane]. 
9 Jan. 16fa. d. 
Banks, John (Bankes), esq., of Kingston Hall, co. 
Dorset, bachelor, about 23, and Margaret 
Parker, spinster, 17, daughter of Henry 
Parker, of Houghton, co. Warwick, esq., who 
consents — at Houghton, aforesaid, or St. Giles- 
in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 30 May, 1691. F. 
Banks, Richard, of St. Bartholomew-the-Great, 
London, mason, and Mary Miller, of St. 
Nicholas Cole Abbey, London, spinster — at 
St. Nicholas Cole Abbev, aforesaid. 26 Jan. 
162|. B. 
Banks, Richard (Bancks), of All Hallow, Lombard 
Street, bachelor, 25, and Sarah Clarke, of St. 
Bennet, Gracechurch Street, an orjAan, con- 
sent of her uncle and guardian, Thos. Hudson 
—at All Hallows Barking. 16 Jan. 167^. B. 
Banks, Robert (Backos), and Agnes Thturnolde, 
spinster, of Hillingdon, Middlesex — to marry 
there. 9 Feb. 157|. B. 
Banks, Robert (Banckes), of St. Catherine Cree 
Church, Loudon, and Christian Price, of same, 
spinster — at same. 12 Dec. 1618. B. 
Banks, Uriah (Bankes), of St. Martin-iu-the- 
Fields, Middlesex, haberdasher, bachelor, 22, 
and Isabell Dawson, spinster, 19, daughter of 
Christopher Dawson, of Knight's Stanford, co. 
York, gent., who consents — at St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, aforesaid, or Lincoln's Inn Chapel, 
Middlesex. 6 May, 1677. F. 
Banks, William (Banckes), of White Rooding, co. 
Essex, yeoman, and Martha Darbie, of 
Hutton, CO. Essex, spinster, daughter of 
— Darbie, late of same, deceased — at White 
Rooding aforesaid. 28 April, 1619. B. 
Banks, William (Bankes), of St. Paul, Covent 
Garden, gent., widower, about 38, and Mrs. 
Elizabeth Ewell, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
widow, about 45 — at St. Gregory, London. 17 
August, 1670. V. 
Banks, William (Banckes), of Winstanley, co. 
Lancaster, esq., bachelor, 27, and Lettice Legh, 
of Lyme, co. Chester, spinster, 21, daughter of 
Richard Legh, of same, esq., who consents — at 
Stockport, or Prestbury, or any chapel thereto 
annexed in co. Chester. 21 Dec. 1686. F. 
Bannister, Burgh, and Margaret Mountague, of 
city of Westminster, widow. 27 July, 1637. D. 
Bannister, Francis (Banister), of the Middle 
Temple, esq. , andElizabeth Chorlton , of Shrews - 
bury, CO. Salop, widow. 4 Feb. 156^. F. 



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Bannister, Jeffery (Banister), of Sb. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, bachelor, about 23, son of Jeffery 
Banister, of eatne, gent , -who alleges, and 
Katherine Fletcher, of same, aged 21, and at 
own disposal — at St. Saviour, Southwark. 
28 May, 1663. V. 

Bannister, Jeffery (Banister), of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, Middlesex, widower, 24, son of 
Jeffery Banister, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, gent., who alleges, and Elizabeth 
Howell, of St. Andrew, Holborn, London, 
spinster, 20, her parents dead, with consent 
of her uncle, Mr. Howell, of same, gent. — at 
St. Andrew, Holborn, aforesaid, or St. Mary, 
Islington, or St. James, Clerkenwell, Middle- 
sex. 19 Aug. 1664. F. 

Bannister, John (Bannester), of .... co. Mid- 
dlesex, and Katherine Poole, spinster, of St. 
Nicholas Aeon, London — at St. Nicholas afore- 
said. 5 Feb. 15f§. B. 

Bannister, John (Banister), and Elizabeth Dover, 
of city of Westminster, spinster. 24 Sept. 
1635. D. 

Bannister, John (Banister), of St. Margaret, 
Westminster, widower, 46, and Mary Wood, of 
same, widow, 50 — at St. Botolph, Aldersgate. 
11 Jan. 167fl. B. 

Bannister, Laurence, bachelor, about 24, son 
and heir of Sir Robert Bannister, of Pursen- 
ham, CO. Northampton, knight, and Mary 
Dynham, spinster, about 17, daughter of Sir 
John Dynham, of Borstall, co. Bucks, knight, 
who consents — at St. Andrew, Holborn, or St. 
Peter, Paul's Wharf. 30 Nov. 1632. F. 

Bannister Thomas (Bannester), aud Johanna 
Badger, widow, of City of London, gen. lie, 
3 Aug. 1571. B. 

Bannister, Thomas, of the City of London, 
draper, and Margery Walter, spinster, of St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, daughter of 
Richard Walter, j'eoman^at St. James, 
Clerkenwell, Middlesex. 16 Nov. 1620. B. 

Bannister William (Banister), of St. Clement 
Danes, cordwainer, and " Saintmanam" Bar- 
rett (.sio), of St. Sepulchre, London, spinster, 
daughter of Hugh Bennett {sic), of Otley, 
CO. York, yeoman, gen. lie, 21 Feb. 159|. 
B. 

Sanson, William, of Bishops Stofford, co. Herts, 
gent., bachelor, 30, and Frances Grove, 
spinster, 20, daughter of Thomas Grove, of 
Berden, co. Essex, esq., who consents— at 
Lambeth, co. Surrey. 10 May, 1665. F. 

Barber, Brian, and Elizabeth Alen, — July, 
1547. F. 

Barber, Edward, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
merchant, and Anne Olyver, of Stepney, 
Middlesex, widow of — Olyver, late of 
same, mariner— at Stepney, aforesaid. 26 
Aug. 1611. B. 

Barber, Haynes, of Clavering, Essex, gent., 
bachelor, 31, and ilargaret Whier (F), of 
same, spinster, 21, her father dead, at Claver- 
ing aforesaid. 17 Feb. 163|. B. 

Barber, Jarratt, gent., of Stepney, bachelor, 
32, and Joane Clarke, of same, widow, about 
50— at All Hallows Barking. 17 Feb. 
164^. B. 

Barber, John, of the City of London, merchant, 
and Elizabeth Barker, of Dagenham, co. 
Essex, spinster, daughter of Thomas Barker, of 
same, merchant tailor — at the parish church 
of the Savoy. 26 Oct. 1609. B. 

Barber, Robert (Barbar), of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
gent., widower, about 39, and Jane 
Shafto, of same, widow, about 44 — at St. 
Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street. 1 Sept. 
1666. V. 



Barber, William, and Elizabeth Thorogood, 10 
I\[ay, 1575. F. 

Barbon, James, of London, gent., widower, 
about 35, and Mary Manfeild, of St. Paul, 
Covent Garden, widow, about 35 — at Mary- 
bone, Middlesex. 15 May, 1669. V. 

Barbon, John, Parson of Pisford, co. Northampton, 
widower, about 50, and Mrs. Epiphania Taylor, 
of Ayleton, co. Huntingdon, spinster, about 
36, and at own dispose, alleged by Zacharie 
Taylor, of St. Dunstaniu-thc-East London, citi- 
zen and upholder — at Pisford or Ayleton, afore- 
said. 12 June, 1676. V. 

Barbon Nicholas (Barbone), of St. Margaret, 
Westminster, and Dorothy Charles, of same, 
spinster. 1 April, 1635. D. 

Barbon, Nicholas, of St. Dunstan-iu-tlie-West, doc- 
tor of physic, bachelor, about 28, and Margaret 
Hayes, of St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, 
about 23, and at own dispose — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn, or St. Botolph, Bishopsgate. 26 
Jan. 16fa. V. 

Barbor, John, and Ursula Maunsfeilde, widow, of 
City of London, gen. lie, 26 May, 1573. B. 

Barbor, John, of Ealing, co. Middlesex, waterman, 
and Dorothy Clarke, of same, widow of John 
Clarke, late of same, fisherman — at Ealing 
aforesaid. 27 Feb. 159|. B. 

Barbor, John, of Caldwell, in parish St. Mary, 
in town of Bedford, esq., Middlesex, about 
45, and Mrs. Elizabeth Porter, of Hackney, 
Middlesex, widow, about 40 — at Hackney 
aforesaid. 5 June, 1665. V. 

Barbor, Lewis, and Margaret Ford, of St. Martin, 
Ludgate — to marry there. 18 Nov. 1546. B. 

Barbor, Robert, of Hexton, Herts, and Agnes 
Marshe, widow, of diocese of London — at 
Hexton. 25 May, 1577. B. 

Barbor, Thomas, and Mary Shaw, widow, of 
diocese of Westminster. 26 Oct. 1545. F. 

Barbor, Thomas, of St. Olave, Silver Street, 
London, dyer, and Johanna Fayerfaxe, spinster, 
of City of London, daughter of John Fayer- 
faxe, of Rowington, co. Warwick, weaver, gen. 
lie, 20 Dee 1587. B. 

Barbor, William, and Elizabeth Watkynson, of 
London. 24 Jan. 154|. F. 

Barcocke, Cbristoi3her, of St. Margaret, L^>th- 
bury, London, bachelor, and Blandina Goodall, 
of Hillingdon, Middlesex, spinster — at Hingdou 
aforesaid. 10 Feb. 161 J. B. 

Barcocke, Edmund, and Alice Adams, spinster, 
both of St. Benet Fink, London— at St. Benet 
Fink aforesaid. 10 Oct. 1626. B. 

Barcocke, John (Barcock), of Great Ilford, co. 
Essex, yeoman, and Agnes Jarrett, of Barking, 
said county, widow of Anthony Jarrett, late of 
same, tailor — at Barking aforesaid. 26 Jan. 
160A. B. 

Barcroft, Charles, of St. Olave, Southwark, 
Surrey, merchant tailor, bachelor, 23, and 
Dorothie Crosby, spinster, 15, daughter of 
John Crosby, late of St. Albans, Herts, gent., 
deceased, with consent of her mother, Mary 
Crosby, of same, widow — at parish church of 
St. Albans aforesaid. 20 Feb. leSf. F. 

Barcroft, John, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Mid- 
dlesex, esq., widower, and Elizabeth Powell, 
of St. Margaret, Westminster, widow — at 
Lambeth, CO. Surrey, or .... 5 Jan. 168|. F. 

Barcroft, Robert, of Westminster, Middlesex, 
gent., bachelor, about 35, and Mrs. Mary 
Holliug.vorth, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
spinster, about 21, consent of mother, Mrs. 
Elizabeth Hollingworth, of same, widow, at 
St. George, Southwark, or Knightsbridge, or 
Marylcbone, Middlesex. 26 Sept. 1676. Y. 






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Bard, John (Barde), esq., of Bullingbrooke, co. 
Lincoln, widower, 46 or 47, and Frances San- 
derson, of South Thoresby, CO. Lincoln, widow, 
about 41— at St. Peter-le-Poor. 24 Sept. 1081. 
B. 
Bard, Thomas, of St. Peter, Cheap, London, 
bachelor, 25, and Mary Gott, spinster, 17, 
daughter of Samuel Gott, of Battell, co. 
Sussex, esq., who consents — at St. Mary, 
Woolnoth, or St. Dunstan-in-the-East, London. 
3 Oct. 1661. F. 
Bard, Thomas, of St. Peter, Cheap, London, 
citizen and girdler, widower, about 40, and 
Mrs. Susanna Crew, of Broad Street, London, 
widow, about 28 — at St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 
Middlesex. 21 May, 1679. V. 
Bard, William, of St. Peter, Cheap, London, 
bachelor, about 30, son of Maximilian Bard, 
of Hammersmith, Middlesex, esq., who alleges, 
and Eebecca Glover, spinster, about 20, 
daughter of Thomas Glover, of St. Edmund, 
Lombard Street, London, merchant, who con- 
sents — at Acton, Ealing, or Sc. Leonard, 
Shoreditch, Middlesex. 3 June, 1675. F. 
Bardin, John, of Hammersmith, Middlesex, 
bachelor, above 21, and Dorothy Smith, of 
same, spinster, above 21 — atChiswick, Middle- 
sex. 25 Feb. 1754. F. 
Bardin, Joseph, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, 
bachelor, 28, and Mary Messinger, of same, 
widow — at same. 1 Sept. 1673. F. 
Barefoote, Edward, of Lamborne, co. Essex, gent., 
and Winifred Hildersham, spinster, of Hatfield 
Broadoak, in said county, gen. lie, 3 Jan. 
158^. B. 
Barefoote, George, clerk, rector of Fyfield, co. 
Essex, and Katherine Barefoote, spinster, 
daughter of Benedict [? "Bennett"] Bare- 
foote, deceased — at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, 
London. 5 April, 1619. B. 
Barefoote, Henry (Barefoot), and Sarah Prudence. 

1698. D. 
Barefoote, Luke, mariner, of London, and Dionisia 
Maundie, of St. Mary, W^hitechapel, widow of 
Luke Maundie, late of same, mariner, gen. lie, 
22 April, 1594. B. 
Barefoote, Simon, freemason, and Johanna Shef- 
forde, of Cheshunt, Herts, spinster, daughter 
of — Shefforde, late of same, husbandman, 
deceased, gen. lie, 14 Aug. 1592. B. 
Barefoote, Thomas, of St. Bartholomew-by-the- 
Exchange, London, gent., and Anne Willson, 
spinster, of same, daughter of Thomas Willson, 
late of Reading, Berks, haberdasher, deceased, 
gen. lie, 20 March, 159|. B. 
Barfoot, Henry, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, 
white baker, and Rose Hewett, of same, 
spinster, daughter of William Hewett, of 
same, tallow-chandler — at St. Giles, Cripple- 
gate, aforesaid. 1 Dec. 1617. B. 
Bargeman, John, of St. Helen, London, bachelor, 
23, and Elizabeth Dickens, spinster, 18, 
daughter of John Dickens, of St. Martin-in- 
the-Vintrj', London, gent., who consents — at 
St. Mary, Aldermanbury, or All Hallows-in- 
the-Wall, London. 14 April, 1666. F. 
Bargeman, John, of All Hallows, Lombard Street, 
widower, 35, and Sara Price, of St. Botolph, 
Bishopsgate, spinster, 25— at Whitechapel. 
30 Dec. 1679. B. 
Bargrave, Thomas, gent., of Eastrey, Kent, 
bachelor, 26, and Honora Estcott, of St. 
Dunstan-in-the-West, spinster, 20, consent of 
mother, Alice Estcott, widow, testified by 
" Ludowick" Wemis {sic subs.), D.D. — at 
St. Bartholomew -the- Less, or St. Mary 
Magdalen, Old Fish Street. 3 Aug. 1647. B. 



Barham, Francis, jun., of St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
Middlesex, shipwright, bachelor, about 30, 
and Mrs. Mary Foe, of St. Swithin, London, 
spinster, about 20, with her father's consent — 
at St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, co. 
Surrey. 20 May, 1679. V. 
Barker, Arthur, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
bachelor, 27, and Lydia Curtin, spinster, 25, 
daughter of James Curtin, of Abingdon, 
Berks, gent., who consents — at St. Saviour, or 
St. George, co. Surrrey ; or St. Margaret, 
Westminster. 18 Feb. 16^-fl. F. 

Barker, Borlase, of Little Marlow, Bucks, citizen 
and Salter, of London, bachelor, about 23, and 
Mary Deane, of Great Marlow, said county, 
spinster, about 16, and at own disposal — at 
Farnham Royal, or Hudson, said county. 
6 Aug. 1672. V. 

Barker, Christopher, and Katherine Read, widow, 
of Islington, gen. lie, 14 July, 1563. B. 

Barker, Edmund, D.D., rector of Beriton, co. 
Southampton, bachelor, about 40, and Isabel! 
Gillingham, spinster, about 30, daughter of 
George Gillingham, D.D., rector of Charlton, 
said county — at Great St. Bartholomew, 
London. 20 Jan. 166^. V. 

Barker, Edmund, of Greenwich, co. Kent, sailor, 
and Mary Page, of same, spinster — at St. 
Andrew Hubbard, London. 6 Feb. 166^. B. 

Barker, Francis, of St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, 
London, mercer, bachelor, 27, and Elizabeth 
Gomeldon, spinster, 20, daughter of William 
Gomeldon, of St. Peter-le-Poor, London, esq., 
who consents — at Chiswick, or Lincoln's Inn 
Chapel, Middlesex. 27 Dec. 1673. F. 

Barker, Francis, and Alice Coxe, of Hendon, 
spinster, gen. He. ,'14 Sept. 1573. B. 

Barker, George, goldsmith, and Avery Smithe, 
widow, relict of Edwin Smithe, of St. John, 
Walbrook, London, gen. lie, 13 Dec. 1581. B. 

Barker, Gregory, of St. John Zachary, London, 
armorer, and Mary Smithe, of said city, 
widow of — Smithe, late of St. Michael, 
Crooke-lane, London, tallow-chandler, gen. lie, 
5 July, 1589. B. 

Barker, Henry, of St. Andrew, Holborn, London, 
bachelor, 25, and Mary Wender, spinster, 19, 
daughter of Samuel Wender, of Bray, co. 
Berks, gent., who consents — at Fashbrooke, or 
Wokingham, co. Berks. 3 Dec. 1669. F. 

Barker, Hugh, of the Inner Temple, esq., bachelor, 
28, and Elizabeth Whitehead, spinster, 22, 
daughter of Henry Whitehead, of Titherley, 
CO. Southampton, esq., who consents — at 
Titherley aforesaid, or .... 6 March, 16|^. 
F. 

Barker, John, and Agnes Lyster. 6 Dec. 1548. F. 

Barker, John, and Ellenor Thompson — to marry 
at St. Bride. 3 Dec. 1561. B. 

Barker, John, gent., bachelor, 30, son of Thomas 
Barker, of Yoxon, co. Suffolk, gent., who con- 
sents, and Anne Coates, of Broxbourne, Herts, 
maidtn, 21, consent of father, Robert Coates, 
of same, gent. — at All Hallows, Honey Lane, 
London. 2 Aug. 1610. B. 

Barker, John, of Oakingham, Berks, gent., 
bachelor, about 21, and Jane Wilde, of Bag- 
shot, Surrey, spinster, about 21, consent of 
father, John Wilde, of same, gent., attested 
by Eilinor Ramsey, of St. Clement Danes, 
spinster — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf. 4 Feb. 
166?. V. 

Barker, Joseph, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
bachelor, about 21, his father's consent, and 
Anno Choppington, of same, spinster, about 
22, and at own disposal — at St. Botolph, 
Bishopsgate, St. Saviour. Southwark. or St. 
Clemeut Danes. 30 Dec. 1668. V. 



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Thomas Barley 



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Barker, Leonard, of St. Martin, Ironmonger Lane, 
London, and Elizabeth Berker, of St. Bennet, 
Gracechurch, London — at St. Bennet aforesaid. 
17 Jan. 154^. B. 

Barker, Matthew, of parish of Christi {sic) , London, 
citizen and merchant taylor, and Mary Brand, 
of St. Martin-le-Grand, daughter of John 
Brand, of same, tailor — at St. Leonard, in 
St. Martin-le-Grand. 10 Sept. 1610. D. 

Barker, Matthew, of Putney, Surrey, gent., 
widower, about 66, and Anne Rogers, of same, 
widow, about 52 — at .... 5 Jan. 166^. V. 
[In margin, " Gratis."] 

Barker, Michael, of St. Leonard, Bromlej^ Middle- 
sex, merchant taylor, and " Effam " Edwardes, 
spinster, of the city of London, daughter of 
John Edwardes, of same, " Panndrius," gen. 
lie. U Dec. 1590. B. 

Barker, Richard, of London, yeoman, and Eliza- 
beth Lecher, spinster, of St. Edmund, Lombard 
Street, in said City, daughter of William 
Lecher, late of London, shoemaker, deceased, 
gen. lie, 27 July, 1591. B. 

Barker, Richard, of St. Giley, Cripplegate, 
London, gent., widower, and Theodosia Wray, 
of same, 28, daughter of Sir John Wray, late 
of Glentworth, CO. Lincoln, knight, deceased — 
at ... . about 10 Nov. 1660. F. 

Barker, Robert, and Margery Pawnfott, of diocese 
of Peterborough. 14 Dec. 1544. F. 

Barker, Robert, of the Inner Temple, gent., and 
Margaret Cooke, spinster, famulam Mr. Roger 
Townsende, esq., of City of London, gen. lie, 
19 Dec. 1583. B. 

Barker, Robert, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 33, 
and Mrs. Elizabeth Bucknall, of Watford, co. 
Herts, spinster, 27, at her own disj^osal — at 
St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, or St. 
Bennet, Paul's Wharf, London. 5 Dec. 1693. 
F. 

Barker, Robert, of St. Clement Danes, bachelor, 
26, and Mrs. Elizabeth Aishe, spinster, 20, 
consent of father, Mr. John Aishe, of 
Lincoln's Inn, gent. — at St. Bride. 2 Nov. 
1704. B. 

Barker, Scorey, of Chiswick, Middlesex, esq., 
bachelor, 25, and Anne Robinson, spinster, 16, 
daughter of Sir John Robinson, knight and 
hart., alderman of London, who consents — at 
St. Andrew, Holborn, or .... 19 May, 1679. F. 

Barker, Thomas, husbandman, and Elizabeth 
Jones, spinster, of Hendon, Middlesex, 
daughter of — Jones, of same, yeoman, gen. 
lie, 4 May, 1594. B. 

Barker, Thomas, alias Chapman, of Inner Temple, 
gent., bachelor, 22, son of Edmond Barker, ats 
Chapman, of Sibton, Suffolk, gent., who con- 
sents, and Mary Goodwin, of St. Bennet 
Gracechurch, maiden, 20, daughter of John 
Goodwin, late of East Bergholt, co. Suffolk, 
clothier, deceased, consent of her brother, 
John Goodwin, of East Bergholt aforesaid, 
clothier — at St. Bennet, Gracechurch. 16 July, 
1611. B. 

Barker, Thomas, and Susanna Davies, alias 
Bainard, of city of Westminster, widow. 15 
Nov. 1642. D. 

Barker, Thomas, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
about40,and Mrs. Elizabeth Talbot, of Claynes, 
CO. Worcester, widow, about 30 — at Claynes 
aforesaid. 16 May, 1667. V. 

Barker, Urias, of Heydon (?), co. Essex, gent., 
attendant on Sir Thomas Dacres, knight, 25, 
both parents dead, and Mary Searle, of Little- 
bury, Essex, maiden, 25, daughter of Robert 
Searle, of Elmdon, Essex, yeoman, who con- 
sents—at Littleburv. Essex. 28 Jan. 1605. 
B. 



Barker, William, of City of London, and Elizabeth 
Waterhouse, of St. Bride, Fleet Street, London 
— at St. Bride aforesaid. 1 Feb. 154§. B. 
Barker, William, of St. Mary-at-Hill, London, 
embroiderer, and Celena Lea, of All Hallows 
Staining, London, spinster, daughter of 
Richard Lea, of same, draper — at Stepney, co. 
Middlesex. 3 Sept. 1593. B. 
Barkei', William, of St. Martin-in-the-Pields, 
Middlesex, esq., bachelor, 30, and Elizabeth 
Dixon, of Tunbridge, co. Kent, spinster, 23, 
at her own disposal — at Maidstone, Kent, or 
St. Gregory, or St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, 
London. 12 Jan. 166|. F. 
Barker, William, of Sunning, Berks, esq., 
widowei', about 60, and Mrs. Frances Tedman, 
of same, spinster, about 40, and at own 
dispose — at St. Andrew, Holborn, or St. 
Mary, Savoy. 2 June, 1668. V. 
Barker, Sir William, bart., of St. Margaret, 
Westminster, widower, 50, and Mrs. Letitia 
Motham, of same, spinster, 30 — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn, alleged by Robert Herbert, of St. 
Margaret, Westminster, gent. 11 Nov. 1702. B. 

BarkliaiH, Thomas, of Acton, Middlesex, widower, 
30, and Ann Angier, of Richmond, Surrey, 
widow, 24 — at St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 15 
April, 1704. B. 

Barkley, James (Barkeley), of St. Leonard, 
Shoreditch, Middlesex, butcher, and Helen 
Torsley, of same, spinster, daughter of — 
Torsley, late of Gosberton, co. Lincoln, 
deceased — at St. Leonard, Shoreditch, afore- 
said. 2 Dec. 1622. B. 

Barkley, Thomas, of Cotgrave, co. Notts, clerk, 
bachelor, 28, and Hester Wright, spinster, 23, 
of St. Michael, Cornhill, London, with her 
father's consent — at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London. 27 Nov. 1663. F. 

Barkley, William, of St. Gabriel Fenchurch, 
London, merchant, and Magdalen Archer, of 
Thaydon Garnon, co. Essex, spinster, daughter 
of Henry Archer, gent., deceased— at Epping, 
CO. Essex. 3 Aug. 1618. B. 

Barksdale, Simon, gent., of St. Paul, Covent 
Garden, bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth White- 
head, of same, spinster, 26 — at St. Michael, 
Basishaw. 8 Feb. 164|. B. 

Barksdale, William, of St. George, Southwark, 
widower, 34, and Mary Adams, of St. Clave, 
Southwark, widow, 35 — at St. Mildred, Bread 
Street. 7 Dec. 1698. B. 

Barkstead, John, of St. Edmund - the - King, 
London, bachelor, 30, merchant, and Audrey 
Spence, of South Mawling, co. Sussex, 
spinster, 23, daughter of John Spence, esq., 
who consents — at South Mawling aforesaid, 
or ... . 5 Dec. 1690. F. 

Barksted, Michael, goldsmith, and Rose Herring, 
of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, spinster, 
daughter of Anthony Herring, goldsmith, 
deceased — at St. Olave, Old Jewry, London. 
27 Aug. 1621. B. 

Barley, George, of South Hanningfield, and Ellinor 
Hill, widow, of diocese of London. 31 Jan. 
155|. B. 

Barley, Haynes, of Clavering, Es.«ex, esq., 
widower, about 55, and Mary Riddelsden, of 
same, spinster, about 25, consent of her mother, 
— Fish, alias Riddelsden — at St. James, Clerk- 
enwell. 13 May, 1663. V. 

Barley, Henry, of Great Horsley, and Lucy 
Peune, widow, gen. lie. 13 May, 1560. B. 

Barley, Thomas, and Elizabeth Woode, widow, 
gen. lie. John Monger, 3-eoman, and Mabell 
Pelowe, widow — at St. Peter. Paul's Wharf. 
31 March, 15S2. B. 



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Barlow, John, of Rt. Mary, Strand, alias Savoy, 
Middlesex, yeoman, bachelor, and Alice 
Jackson, of St. Scpul'-hro, London, spinster, 
daughter of Robert Jackson, late of Hasling- 
ton, CO. Lnucastor, yeoman, deceased — at St. 
Mildred, in the roullry, London. 2G April, 
1G08. B. 

Barlow, John, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., bachelor, about 26, and Timothea 
Sanders, of same, spinster, about 24', consent 
of mother, Susan Sanders, widow — at St. 
JIartin-in-thc-Ficlds, or St. Margaret, West- 
minster. 11 July, 1GG3. Y. 

Barlow, John, of Slebage, co. Pembroke, esq., 
bachelor, 20, and Beatrice Lloyd, of St. 
Martin- in -the - Fields, Middlesex, spinster, 
about 20, her parents dead, and she at the 
disposal of her brother. Sir John Lloyd, bart., 
of the Forest, co. Carmarthen, who alleges — at 
St. Martin, or St. Giles-in-the-Fields, or Covent 
Garden, Middlesex. 2 Feb. 167i F. 

Barnaby, Benjamin, of St. Alphage, London, 
bachelor, and Elizabeth Hatt, of same, 
spinster — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 
7 Nov. IGGl. B. 

Baruaby, Edward, of Kensington, Middlesex, 
gent., bachelor, about 35, and Susan Callow, 
of Collingborne, Duces, co. Wilts, spinster, 
about 20, consent of father, Richard Callow, 
of same, gent. — at Uj)hareu Chute or Tid- 
worth, Wilts. 28 Dec. 1660. Y. 

Bax'naby, Francis, of Hidgendon, Bucks, gent., 
bachelor, about 28, and Elizabeth Newman, 
of St. Alphage, London, spinster, about 24, 
and at her own disposal — at St. Botolph, 
Bishopsgate, London. 24 Nov. 1G70. Y. 

Barnaby, John (Barnabe) of Braxted Magna, and 
Catherine Bonham, of Stanway. 10 July, 1534. 
B. 

Barnaby, Oliver (Barnabye), of All Hallows 
Barking, and Bridget Palmer, spinster, of 
the City of London, gen. lie, 6 June, 1564. 
B. 

Baruaby, Philip (Barnabie), of St. Sepulchre, 
London, skinner, and Katherine IBrowne, 
spinster, of said city, daughter of — Browne, 
late of Wistowe, co. Leicester, gent., deceased, 
gen. lie. 28 Nov. 1594. B. 

Barnaby, Richard (Barneby), of Brockhampton, 
CO. Hereford, esq., bachelor, about 28, and 
Isabella Lechmere, of Henly, said county, 
spinster, about 22, with consent of her father, 
Nicholas Lechmere, of same, esq. — at Henly 
aforesaid. 2G June, 1G78. Y. 

Baruaby, Robert, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
bachelor, about 24, and Ann Bedford, spinster, 
about 26, daughter of Thomas Bedford, late 
of CO. Northampton, gent., deceased, with 
consent of her mother, Mary Bedford, of St. 
Sepulchre, London, widow — to marry at St. 
Andrew, Holborn. 16 Oct. 1632. F. 

Barnaby, Thomas, of Ruslipe, Middlesex, gent., 
widower, about 26, and Mrs. Sarah Awsiter, 
of Ealing, said county, spinster, about 20, her 
father's consent — at St. Bartholomew-the- 
Less, London, or Ealing aforesaid. 5 May, 
1670. V. 

Barnaby, William (Barnabye), of St. Mary, Alder- 
manbury, London, vintner, and Bridget Keye, 
of St. Oiave, Old Jewry, London, widow of 
Richard Keye, late of same, vintner, deceased, 
gen. lie, 14 June, 1588. B. 

Baruacastle, Richard, sailor, and Anne Eache, 
of Stepney, Middlesex, widow of — Eache, 
late of same, sailor — at Stepney aforesaid. 
17 July, 1595. B. 

Barnam, William, and Joanna Beanstede. 18 Jan. 
1572. F. 



Barnap, Thomas, of Stansted Abbotts, Herts, 
husbandman, and Mary Elliot, of Hunsdon, 
said county, spinster — at Little Ilford, co. 
Essex. 14 Sept. 1610. B. 

Barnard, Andrew, "nautam," and Joanna Snagge, 
of Stepney, gen. lie., 4 Aug. 1565. B. 

Barnard, David, of St. Mar}', Whitechapel, Middle- 
sex, embroiderer, and Margery Sturton, of St. 
Trinity-the-Less, London, spinster, daughter 
of Richard. 9 May, 1594. B. 

Barnard, Francis (Barnarde), and Elizabeth 
Moore, widow, of Watford, Herts — at Dagen- 
ham, Essex. 7 Oct. 1577. B. 

Barnard, Francis, of Stratford-upon-Haven, co. 
Warwick, gent., bachelor, 25, and Mary Watson, 
of Hackney, spinster, 21, consent of her mother, 
Priscilla Watson, widow — at St. Faith, London, 
or Hackney, Middlesex. 31 Aug. 1640. B. 

Barnard, George, of Gainsborough, co. Lincoln, 
gent., widower, 40, and Anne Mawe, of Craise 
Sound, said county, 35 — at Gainsborough, or 
.... 16 Dec. 1701. F. 

Barnard, Harrold, and Lucy Huges, widow, of 
St. John, Walbrook — to marry there. 8 Feb. 
15|§. B. 

Barnard, Henry, of Petworth, Sussex, gent., 
bachelor, 30, and Elizabeth Stringer, of same, 
spinster, 21, daughter of William Stringer, 
late of same, deceased, with consent of her 
mother — Stringer, and of her grand- 
father, Richard Stringer — at Bletham, alias Eg 
Deane, or Coates, co. Sussex. 1 July, 1661. 
F. 

Barnard, John (Barnerd), of Roothing Margaret, 
CO. Essex, yeoman, and Marian Eve, of Rooth- 
ing Abbots, said coitnty, spinster, daughter of 
Weston Eve, of same, yeoman — at Roothing 
Margaret aforesaid. 20 Sept. 1604. B. 

Barnard, John, of Petworth, Sussex, gent., 
bachelor, 26, and Lettice Gray, of same, 
spinster, 22, daughter of Richard Gray, of 
Whiteborow, co. Northampton, yeoman, who 
consents — at All Hallows, Honey Lane, London. 
9 May, 1664. F. 

Barnard, John, of Barking, Essex, gent., widower, 
about 31, and Elizabeth Tong, of same, 
spinster, about 30— at Romford church or 
chapel, said county. 18 Dec. 1665. Y. 

Barnard, John, of Barking, Essex, gent., widower, 
about 40, and Elizabeth Thompson, of St. 
Clement Danes, Middlesex, widow, about 36 — 
at St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex. 27 July, 
1668. Y. 

Barnard, John, of Rodmarton, co. Gloucester, 
gent., bachelor, 27, and Rachel Packer, of 
Cricklade, Wilts, spinster, about 20, whose 
parents are believed to be consenting — at Rod- 
marton or Cricklade aforesaid, or Escott or 
Kemble, co. Wilts. 12 Feb. 166§. F. 

Barnard, Isaac, of St. Lawrence, Jewry, London, 
bachelor, 32, and Hannah Strickson,of Trinity 
parish, said city, spinster, 21, daughter of 
John Strickson, of Oundel), co. Northampton, 
gent , who consents — at St. Saviour, South- 
wark, CO. Surrey, or St. Lawrence, Jewry, or 
St. Michael, Wood Street, London. 10 July, 
16s6. F. 

Barnard, Richard, of St. Thomas Apostle. London, 
salcman, and Elizabeth Gale, of St. Clement, 
Eastcheap, London, spinster — at St. Audrew- 
in-the- Wardrobe, London. 14 June, 1626. B. 

Barnard, Richard, of Petsoe, co. Bucks, gent., 
bachelor, 24, his father dead, and Dorothy 
Aleway, spinster, about 22, daughter of Raphe 
A.leway, late of Shenley, co. Bucks, gent., 
deceased, with consent of her mother, Dorothy 
Rothram, of St. Sepulchre, London, widow — at 
St. Faith-the-Yirgin, London. 12 Dec. 1632. F. 



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Barnard, Robert (Barnerde), poulterer, aud 
Johanna Marcombo, S2:)inster, of Christohurch, 
Newgate, daughter of John Marcombe, of 
Ware, Herts, husbandman, deceased — at 
Christchurch aforesaid. 29 Nov. 1583. B. 

Barnard, Robert (Barnarde),of Chesthunt, Herts, 
brewer, and Elizabeth Browghefett, widow, of 
same, relict of Daniel Browghefett, of St. Mar- 
garet Moses, London, tailor — at 8t. Leonard, 
Shoreditch. 11 Jan. 158f. B. 

Barnard, Robert, gent., of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth Lane, of St. 
Leonard, Foster Lane, spinster, 16, daughter 
of William Lane, of same, merchant taylor, 
Who consents — at All Hallows-in-the-Wall. 
3 Nov. 1634 B. 

Barnard, Thomas, gent., of Petworth, Sussex, 
widower, 40, and Frances Hall, of same, 
widow, 40 — at St. Martia-in-the-Fields, or 
Marybone. 26 Jan. 164f . B. 

Barnard, Walter (Barnarde), of Danbury, co. 
Esses, gent., and Margaret Hales, spinster, of 
St. Dunstan-in-the-West, gen. lie, 27 June, 
1581. B. 

Barnard, William, of Stepney, Middlesex, car- 
penter, and Elizabeth Nichols, of same, 
spinster — at same. 2 Aug. 1626. B. 

Barnard, William (BarnarJe), and Sara Elye, of 
St. Andrew, Holborn — to marry there. 14 
May, 1564. B. 

Barnard, William (Barnerde), gent., and Margery 
Barrett, alias Berrett, widow, of Earls Colne, 
Esses, relict of — Barrett, yeoman — at Earls 
Colne. 11 Sept. 1583. B. 

Barnardiston, George, of Ickwell, Beds, gent., 
bachelor, 25, and Catherine Tyler, spinster, 
about 18, daughter of Francis Tyler, of St. 
Gabriel Fenchurch, London, who consents — at 
Hackney, or St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, 
or St. Dunstan-in-the-West, London. 24 Dec. 
1675. F. 

Barnardiston, John, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 23, and Grace Horsey, of 
St. Christopher, London, spinster, 19, daughter 
of William Horsey, of same, cordwainer, who 
consents — at St. Giles aforesaid, or Gray's Inn 
Chapel. 2 Feb. 168f. F. 

Barnardiston, John, of St. Austin, City of 
London, bachelor, 23, and Miriam Saunders, of 
St. Matthew, Friday Street, spinster, 32, own 
disposal — at All Hallows-in the- Wall. 13 Nov. 
1705. B. 

Barnardiston, Sir Thomas (Barnardistone), 
knight, of Tottenham, Middlesex, and Anne 
Bygrave, spinster, of same, daughter of — 
Bygrave, of ... . co. Beds, yeoman, gen. lie, 
3 Feb. 158|. B. 

Barnardiston, Thomas, of St. Stephen, Coleman 
Street, merchant, widower, 41, and Anne 
Foisted, of St. Martin Ontwich, spinster, 28, 
her father's consent — at St. Anne, Blackfriars. 
19 May, 1635. B. 

Barnardiston, Sir Thomas, bart., of Kitton, alias 
Keddingtou, co. Suffolk, bachelor, about 24, 
and Elizabeth Kin?, spinster, about 18, 
daughter of the Right Hon. Sophia, Viscountess 
Wimb]fedon,of Whittacre, co. Warwick, widow, 
who consents— at the parish church of St. 
Albans, Herts, or any church or chapel in co. 
Warwick. 26 July, 1670. F. 

Bar'nardiston, Thomas, jun., of Silk Willoughby, 
CO. Lincoln, bachelor, 20, and Anne Rothwell, 
of " Saplefield," said county, spinster, 19, 
daughter of Dame — Rothwell, widow, who 
consents — at " Srapleford " aforesaid, or ... . 
16 Feb. 169^. F. 



Barnardyne, Alexander, pcwterei-, aud Agnes 
Preiste, widow, relict of William Preiste, of 
St. Mildred, Bread Street, London— to marry 
there. 15 Aug. 1584. B. 

Barners, Arthur, of Lighes, gent., and Joan 
Pcrs, of Chelmsford, co. Essex — to marry at 
St. Mary, Whitechapel. 11 April, 1564. B. 

Barnes, Alexander, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London, yeoman, and Jane Blackbourne, of 
St. Ethelburgh, London, spinster, daughter of 
Rowland Blackbourne, late of same, deceased, 
— at St. Catharine Cree Church, London. 18 
Aug. 1618. B. 

Barnes, Anthony, of St. Mary-le- Strand, alias 
Savoy, Middlesex, cook, and Mary Creswell, 
of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, said county, 
daughter of William Creswell, late of co. 
Southampton, gent., deceased — at St. Giles 
aforesaid. 14 Feb. 161-^-. B. 

Barnes, Ezekiel, of Mary Magdalen, Milk Street, 
bachelor, 21 and over, and Jane Chester, of 
same, widow — -at All Hallows-in-the-Wall. 29 
Feb. 172J. B. 

Barnes, George, of St. Michael - le - Querne, 
haberdasher, bacheloi", 22, and Jane Preston, 
of Christ Church, maiden, 22, daughter of 
(John erased) Preston, of Anutten, in Shrop- 
shire, gent., deceased, her mother also dead, 
consent of her brother, of Anutton, in Stafford- 
shire, attested by William Spicer, gent., of 
Woodesease, co. Salop — at Kensington, Middle- 
sex. 18 Nov. 1602. B. 

Barnes, George, presbyter, A.M., preacher, at 
Hounslow, Middlesex, and Elizabeth Newton, 
widow, of — Newton, late of .... co. Somerset, 
and now dwelling in the house of Mr. 
Crompton, esq., of Hounslow aforesaid, gen. 
lie, 11 Feb. 159f. B. 

Barnes, Gabriel, of Inner Temple, esq., bachelor, 
about 30, and Mrs. Prudence Amory, of St. 
Bride, London, spinster, about 18, consent of 
her uncle, John Moulford, her parents dead 
—at St. Andrew, Holborn. 23 Nov. 1674. V. 

Barnes, Henry, and Elizabeth Baunester, spinster, 
of St. Olave, Hart Street, London — to marry 
there. 28 Dec. 1566. B. 

Barnes, Henry, of Whitechapel, Middlesex, sailor, 
and Mary Turner, of same, widow of Thomas 
Turner, late of same, gunmaker — at same. 10 
Nov. 1603. B. 

Barnes, Henry, gent., of St. Olave, Silver Street, 
widower, 45, and Elizabeth Caulton, of St. 
Mary Woolnoth, 30, Avidowof Thomas Caulton, 
late citizen and clothworker, of London, 
deceased — at St. Alphage, or St. Leonard, 
Shoreditch. 11 May, 1631. B. 

Barnes, Henry, of Barnard's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
24, and Mary Burton, of St. Clement Danes, 
Middlesex, spinster, above 21, at her own 
disjDosal — at St. Clement aforesaid, or ... . 
4 Jan. 169f. F. 

Barnes, John, of Malby, co. York, gent., bachelor, 
about 30, and Mrs. Frances Masday, of 
Stanton, said county, spinster, about 16, 
consent of father, Richard Masday, of same, 
gent. — at St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, 
London. 12 Nov. 1673. V. 

Barnes, Miles, gentleman, of Christ Church, 
London, bachelor, 32, and Jane Travers, of St. 
Dunstan-in-the-East, spinster, 24 — at St. Mary- 
at-Hill. 30 May, 1632. B. 

Barnes, Ralph, brewer, and Elizabeth Crowch, 
spinster, daughter of — Crowch, late of 
Wilsdon, CO. Middlesex, deceased — at St. Peter, 
Paul's Wharf, London. 10 Oct. 1622. B. 



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Barnes, Richard, of St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, 
London, yeoman, and Catherine Hucksell, of 
St. Margaret, Lothbury, spinster, daughter of 
William Hucksell, late of same, yeoman, 
deceased— at St. Margaret, Lothbury, afore- 
said. 23 Aug. 1598. B. 

Barnes, Richard, of Wicombe, Bucks, bookbinder, 
bachelor, 26, and Susan Brandon, spinster, 23, 
daughter of Thomas Brandon, late of same, 
gent., deceased, with consent of her 
mother. Christian, wife of Samuel Atkins, of 
Woboi-ne, Bucks, doctor of physic — at Wo- 
borne or Hedsworth, co. Bucks. 22 Jan. 
163f F. 

Barnes, Richard, gent., of St. Peter-ad- 
Vincula, in Tower of London, widower, 27, 
and Margaret Jones, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
widow, 28, at St. Faith, London. 2L Oct. 
1610. B. 

Barnes, Robert, and Katherine Cartar, of White- 
chapel. 11 Dec. 1547. F. 

Barnes, Robert, of the Middle Temple, gent., 
and Jane Gaskon, spinster, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn — at St. Andrew aforesaid. 16 Oct. 
1579. B. 

Barnes, Robert, of St. Peter, Cornhill, London, 
linendraper, bachelor, and Mary Cooling, of 
same, spinster, daughter of Francis Cooling, 
of same, linendraper — at St. Trinity, in the 
Miuories, London. 17 Feb. 160§. B. 

Barnes, Robert, yeoman, and Magdalen Witham, 
of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, London, spinster 
— at Christ Church, London. 7 May, 1682. 
B. 

Barnes, Roger, yeoman, and Agnes Hawkins, 
spinsterofHarmansworth, Middlesex, daughter, 
of — Hawkins, lale of Ditton, Bucks, hus- 
bandman, deceased — at Harmansworth afore- 
said. 1 April, 1586. B. 

Barnes, Simon, gent., of Horosey, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 26, and Rebecca Taller, of same, 
spinster, 23 — at Hornsey. 23 Nov. 1647. B. 
. Barnes, Thomas, of City of London, and Judith 
Kelinge, spinster, of Edmundton — to marry 
there. 2 Dec. 1574. B. 

Barnes, Thomas, and Margaret Bawdewyn, of 
London. 13 Nov. 1546. F. 

Barnes, Thomas, of Walbrooke, co. Northampton, 
bachelor, and Elizabeth Inglethorpe, of St. 
Bride, London, spinster — at St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex. 24 Dec. 1661. B. 

Barnes, William, and Elizabeth Eden— at St. 
Andrew Undershaft, London. 30 Jan. 155^. 
B. 

Barnes, William, of Hackney, co. Middlesex, silk- 
weaver, and Anne Roberts, of same, daughter 
of William Roberts, of King's Langley, co. 
Herts, husbandman — at St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf, London. 24 Oct. 1609. B. 

Barnes, William, of Enfield, Middlesex, yeoman, 
bachelor, and Frances Birche, of same, spinster, 
daughter of Richard Birch, of co. Beds, 
gent. — at St. Andrew-in-the-Wardrobe, Lon- 
don. 8 Sept. 1612. B. 

Barnes, William, of East Winch, co. Norfolk, 
esq., bachelor, 25, and Anne Copping, of 
Market Sell, co. Herts, spinster, 18, daughter 
of Thomas Copping, of same, esq., who con- 
sents — at Caddington, co. Beds. 20 Aug. 
1647. F. 

Barnes, William, of Romford, co. Essex, tanner, 
widower, and Ellinor Ilumphrej'S, of East 
Hornden, said county, spinster — at St. Peter, 
Paul's Wharf, London. 16 April, 1661. B. 



Barnes, William, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, Salter, 
bachelor, about 28, and Margery Cash, of St. 
Bennet, Gracechurch, spinster, about 18, 
consent of father, Lawrence Cash — at St. 
Lawrence, Old Jury. 5 June, 1662. V. 

Barnes, William, jun., of Marlborough, co. 

Wilts, gentleman, bachelor, about 28, and 
Mary Smith, of Alton, said county, aged 16, 
consent of mother, Margery Smith, of same, 
widow — at Overton or Preshutt, said county. 
6 May, 1665. V. 

Barnes, William, of Cottenham, co. Cambridge, 
gent., 22, and Elizabeth, daughter of 
Sarah Evans, of St. Laurence Pountney, 
London, who consents, aged about 20 — at St. 
Mary Abchurch, London, or ... . 13 April, 
1694. F. 

Barnesley, Gilbert, of St. George, Southwark, 
gent., widower, about 33, and Agrapina 
Humphreys, of Westminster, spinster, about 
22, her parents dead — at Trinitv, Minories. 
8 Aug. 1662. V. 

Barnewell, John, gent., bachelor, 21, and 
Elizabeth Wright, of St. Mary Woolchurch, 
spinster, 17, father dead, she at disposal of 
Thomas Fleetwood, of St. Mary, Woolchurch, 
Citizen and grocer, who consents — at St. Mary 
Woolchurch. 9 June, 1636. B. 

Barney, John, of Swadeston, co. Norfolk, gent., 
bachelor, about 34, and Elizabeth 

Cholmley, of Waterstock, co. Oxon, widow, 
about 25 — at Waterstock aforesaid. 17 Nov. 
1670. V. 

Barney, Robert, and Margaret Garvey, of the 
City of London — at St. Olave, Silver Street. 
18 July, 1561. B. 

Barney, William, of Walldou, co. Essex, " stan- 
narium," and Frances Abraham, of Ugley, 
said county, spinster, daughter of John Abra- 
ham, late of same, weaver, gen. lie, 3 Aug. 
1592. B. 

Barnfield, John (Barnefeilde), of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, yeoman, and Margery Lyonell, 
widow, of Kensington, Middlesex — at St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields. 29 Nov. 1579. B. 

Barnfield, Robert, gent., widower, 50, and Eliza- 
beth Challiner, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
spinster, 28, daughter of Sir Thomas Challinei-, 
knight, deceased, and her mother also — at 
St. Giles-in-the-Fields. 15 June, 1627. B. 

Barnham, Francis, of St. Edmund, Lombard 
Street, draper, widower, 48, and Anne Muns, 
of St. Lawrence Pountney, 26, widow of 
Edmund Muns [Newcourt sajs, "Edward 
Mannes"], clerk, vicar of Stepney, who died 
about a year ago — at St. Lawrence Pountney. 
16 April, 1604. B. 

Barnham, Francis, of Boughton Mountchelsey, 
CO. Kent, esq., bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. 
Anne Shurley, of Willington, Sussex, widow — 
at Palmer, co. Sussex, alleged by Robert 
Barnham, of St. Mary, Savoy, gent. 19 Sept. 
1667. V. 

Barnham, Martin (Barneham), of Halliugbury, 
Kent, gent., and "Unam" Isley, of St. Mar- 
garet, Westminster, spinster — at St. Leonard, 
Foster Lane. 15 Dec. 1G07. D. 

Barnham, Sir Robert, bart., of Boughton Mun- 
chelsey, co. Kent, widower, 47, and Hannah 
Lowfield, of St. Dionis Backchurch, London, 
widow, 38— at All Hallows-in-the-Wall, or St. 
James, Duke's Place, London. IS Aug. 1663. 
F. 



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Barnham, Stephen (Barneham) of St. George, 
Botolph Laue, London, gent., and Anne 
Dawkes, of St. Clement, Eastcheap, London, 
widow of William Dawkes, late of said city, 
merchant, gen. lie, 23 June, 1590. B. 

Barnley, Richard. See Bourneley. 

Baron, Apsley, of St. Martin-in-the-Fiekls, Middle- 
sex, gent., bachelor, 24, and Susanna Yeomans, 
of same, spinster, 28— at St. Martin aforesaid. 
24 Nov. 1660. F. 

Baron, Apsley, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., widower, about 33, and Jane Joyce, of 
same, spinster, about 22, her mother's consent 
—at St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 23 Dec. 1671. 
V. 

Baron, George, of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, 
London, merchant, bachelor, 45, and Elizabeth 
Howland, spinster, 30, daughter of Jeffery 
Howland, of Streatham, co. Sui-rey, esq., who 
consents — at Streatham aforesaid, or ... . 
15 Sept. 1671. F. 

Baron, John, and Elizabeth Mathew, of St. Mary 
Cole, City of London. 4 June, 1545. F. 

Baronsby, William (seems to sub. Bareusby), 
of Sackby, co. Leicester, gent., bachelor, about 
24, and Isabell Willcox, of Neveston, said 
county, spinster, aged 28, and at own disposal 
— at Oxon, CO. Leicester. 31 Dec. 1662. V. 

Barre, Charles, jun., of St. Martin - in - the - 
Fields, gent., bachelor, about 21, and Mrs. 
Mary Simon, of same, spinster, about 23, and 
at own disposal — in parish church or chapel 
of the Savoy, belonging to the French. 15 Jan. 
167|. V. 

Barre, Simon de la, gent., of St. Gabriel 
Fenchurch, bachelor, 24, son of Eobert de la 
Barre, of same, gent., who consents, and 
Susan Champernowne, spinster, 19, her father 
dead, consent of mother — at .... 19 April, 
1616. B. 

Barrell, John, gent., of St. John-without-Folgate, 
London, bachelor, 30, and Elizabeth Swing- 
field, of All Hallows Barking, maiden, 22, 
daughter of Stephen Swingfield, of Peckham, 
Kent, gent., whose consent is attested by his 
son, liowland Swingfield, of St. Michael, 
Crooked Lane, fishmonger — at All Hallows 
Barking. 28 Sept. 1602. B. 

Barrett, Ashley, of Blackmore, co. Essex, gent., 
widower, 30, and Mrs. Alice Tanfeild, of 
Brentwood, said county, spinster, 27, at her 
own disposal — at Brentwood aforesaid. 8 Oct. 
1696. F. 

Barrett, Edward, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
28, and Josina Calfe, spinster, 17, daughter of 
Peter Calfe, of Tottenham High Cross, Middle- 
sex, esq., who consents — at St. Bartholomew- 
the-Less, or St. Peter, Westcheap, London. 
11 Feb. 166i. F. 

Barrett, Henry, and Margery Webster, of St. 
Sepulchre, London — to marry there. 21 Oct. 
1562. B. 

Barrett, James, of St. Faith, London, gent., 
bachelor, about 26, and Mary Page, of St. 
Mary, Aldermary, spinster, about 21, consent 
of father, Edmond Page, of same, haberdasher 
— at St. Martin, Ironmonger Lane. 12 July, 
1662. V. 

Barrett, John, and Elnora Stanmer, widow, of 
Southam Bridge — diocese of London. 6 July, 
1546. P. 

Barrett, John, now of London, baker, and Ellen 
Middleton, of Islington, Middlesex, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Middleton, late of Hinck- 
ley, CO. Leicester, yeoman, deceased — at 
Islington aforesaid. 13 Jan. 159f . B. 

Barrett, John (Bairot), of Westminster, jeoman, 
and EUenor Gardiner, of same, spinster — at 
same. 22 Sept. 1619. D. 



Barrett, John, gent., of Okingham, Berks 
bachelor, 25, and Jane Carter, of St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields, widow, 24 — at St. Faith, London. 
28 Nov. 1626. B. 

Barrett, John (Barret), of St. Peter-in-the-East, 
city of Oxford, gent., bachelor, about 25, and 
Mrs. Mary Hart, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlese.f, spinster, aged 23, and at own disposal 
—at St. Clement Danes. 29 May, 1665. V. 

Barrett, John, of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, gent., 
bachelor, 26, and Ruth Velley, spinster, 20, 
daughter of Mrs. Velley, of St. Catherine 
Cree Church, London, widow, who consents — 
at St. Ethelbui'gh, London. 5 June, 1667. 
F. 

Barrett, Michael (Barret), of Pycombe, Sussex, 
clerk, widower, and Anne Keeling, spinster, 
22, daughter of Edwin Keeling, of Cheyleygh, 
saidcoounty, esq., who consents — at St.Dunstan- 
m-the-East, or St. Olave, Hart Street, London, 
or St. Saviour, Southwark, co. Surrey. 12 
July, 1671. F. 

Barrett, Nicholas, of Hampstead, Middlesex, 
yeoman, and Isabell Barker, of same, spinster, 
daughter of George Barker, late of same, 
deceased — at same. 26 Feb., 161|. B. 

Barrett, Paul, of the city of Canterbury, esq., 
widower, and Katherine Hurleston, of Eed- 
rith, CO. Surrey, widow, aged 20 — at St. 
Botolph, Aldgate, or St. James, Duke's Place, 
London. 15 Dec. 1673. F. 

Barrett, Peter, jun., of St. Mary, Savoy, gent., 
bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. Sarah Sutton, of 
St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, spinster, about 17, 
her father's consent — at St. Botolph, afore- 
said, or Bow, Middlesex. 4 March, 166f. Y. 

Barrett, Richard (Barret), of St. Stephen, Cole- 
man Street, barber-chirurgeon, bachelor, 
about 45, and Lettice Corbett, of St. Olave, 
Southwark, spinster, about 25, consent of 
father, Richard Corbett, of Stannerdon, co. 
Salop, gent. — at St. Ann, Blackfriars. 3 July, 
1663. V. 

Barrett, Robert, and Joanna Too, widow, of 
Stepney — to marry there. 15 Dec. 1565. 
B. 

Barrett, Robert, gent., and Mary Hewghes, 
spinster, of City of London, daughter of 
David Hewghes, gent., of Isleham, co. Cam- 
bridge, gen. lie, 12 Feb. 158f. B. 

Barrett, Robert, of London, cooper, and Elizabeth 
Carter, of St. James, Garlick Hythe, said city, 
widow of Thomas Carter, late of same, water- 
man, gen. lie, 11 Oct. 1592. B. 

Barrett, Thomas (Barret) of Finchley, co. Middle- 
sex, and Mary Dawson, daughter of James 
Dawson, of same, labom-er — at St. Mary 
Magdalene, Old Fish Street, London. 8 May, 
1626. B. 

Barrett, William (Barret), of Quendon, Essex 
gent., bachelor, 30, consent of his father, 
Mr. Nicholas Barret, of Gaseley, Suffolk, and 
Margaret Killingworth, of Quendon, aforesaid, 
maiden, 22, daughter of John Killingworth, of 
same, esq., whose consent is attested by his 
son, Giles Killingworth, gent. — at Quendon, 
aforesaid. 26 Aug. 1598. B. 

Barrett, William, gent., of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West, bachelor, 26, and Mary Staveley, of same, 
spinster, 21, her father deceased — at St. 
Dunstan-in-the-West, or St. Giles-in-the-Fields. 
6 March, 162f . B. 

Barrett, William (Barret), gent., of Barking, co. 
Essex, bachelor, 38, and Elizabeth Cocke, of 
Grays, Thurrock, said county, widow, about 
same age, relict of Ambrose Locke, deceased — 
at Thurrock, co. Essex, or St. Mary Magdalen, 
Old Fish Street. 29 Aug. 1640. B. 



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Barrett, Willianijof St. Dunstan-in-tho- West, gent., 
bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. Joane Ware, of 
AVood Street, London, spinster, about 22, her 
brother's consent- at St. George, or St. 
Saviour, Southwark, or St. Clement Danes, or 
St. Mary, Savoy, in Middlesex. 10 April, 1G77. 
V. 

Barringrton, Sir Charles, bart., of Hatfield, 
Broadoak, co. Essex, widower, about 27, and 
Anna Maria Fitzwilliams, of St. Gilcs-inthe- 
Fields, Middlesex, spinster, above 2.3, daughter 
of William Lord Fitzwilliams, who consents — 
at Gray's Inn chapel, or . . . 23 May, 1700. 
V. 

Barrington, James, of St. Dionis, Backchureb, 
bachelor, 21-, and Susannah Thresher, daughter 
of Samuel Thresher, of Billerica, Essex, 
spinster, 20, her father's consent — at St. 
George, Botolph Lane, or elsewhere. 28 Feb. 
16^. B. 

Barring'tou, John, esq. of Crediton, co. Devon, 
bachelor, about 30, and Mary Sonthcote, of 
the city of Oxford, spinster, somewhat up- 
ward of 21. with consent of her father-in-law. 
Doctor Arthur Bury, rector of Exeter 
College, with whom she lives — in chapel of 
Exeter College, or at Kidlington or Bampton, 
CO. Oxford. 23 June, 1679. Y. 

Barringfton, Henry, gent., of town of Colchester, 
widower, 47, and Catherine Heyes, of town of 
Hertford, widow, 46 — at High Laver, co. 
Essex. 8 Nov. 1639. B. 

Barrington, Henry, the younger, of Colchester, 
CO. Essex, gent., bachelor, 21, consent of his 
father, Henry Barrington, of same, gent., and 
Elizabeth Glascocke, of Felsted, co. Essex, 
spinster, 18, daughter, of William Glascocke, 
deceased, consent of her father-in-law, Thomas 
Sache, alleged by her brother William Glas- 
cocke, esq., of St. Bartholomew-tbe-Great ; an 
erased entry states that her mother is also 
dead, and she under custody of her father-in- 
law, Thomas Sache, of Felsted, aforesaid — to 
mai'ry at St. Mary, Savoy. 17 April, 1639. 
B. 

Barring-ton, Mark, of St. Olave, Southwark, 
mariner, bachelor, about 24, and Elizabeth 
Fetter, of same, spinster, about 20. Consent of 
father, Erasmus Fetter, of same, citizen and 
dyer — at same. 18 Xov. 1667. V. 

Barriston, William, of St. Catherine Cree Church, 
London, painter, and Sarah Bates, of same, 
spinster, daughter of William Bates, of Brad- 
ing, CO. Northampton, yeoman- — at St. Botolph, 
Bishopsgate, London. 25 June, 1618. B. 

Barron, Benjamin, gent., of City of London, 
bachelor, 26, and Mrs. Dorothy Benet, of 
Harlington, Middlesex, spinster, 23, daughter 
of Sir John Benett, knight, of Dawley, in said 
parish of Harlington, who consents- — at Har- 
lington aforesaid. 19 Jan. 16i|. B. 

Barron, Libbeus, of St. Martin- in -the-Fields, 
Middlesex, yeoman, and Anne Hoare, of same, 
spinster, daughter of — Hoare, deceased — at 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex. 3 May, 1632. B. 
Barron, Paul, of St. John Zacharie, City of 
London, haberdasher, and Mary Browne, 
spinster, now living in house of Henry Parker, 
yeoman, in King Street, Westminster— at St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 26 July, 157G. D. 

Barrow, John, gent., of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
bachelor, 36, and Bridget Leye, of London, 
maiden, 19, daughter of Henry Leye, of St. 
Martin-in-the-Vintry, mercer, deceased — at St. 
Andrew-in-the-Wardrobe. 19 Aug. 1609. B. 
Barrow, John. See Berrow (bis). 



Barrow, Mannaduke (Barrowe), of St. Michael, 
Cornhill, " carnifice," and Elizabeth Smithc, 
spinster, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, daughter of 
— Smithe, of city of Coventry, draper, de- 
ceased — at Great All Hallows, Thames Street. 
13 April, 1.585. B. 

Barrow, Robert (Barrowe), now of London, gent., 
and Susan Wayle, of said city, widow, gen. 
lie, 2o Feb. 159j. B. 

Barrow, Robert, of St. Olave, Hart Street, 
London, wine cooper, and Jane Cooper, of 
same, spinster — at St. Mary-at-Hill, or St. 
Margaret Pattens, London. 23 Sept. 1661. B. 

Barrow, Robert, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, 
esq., widower, 40, and Katharine Harrison, of 
St. Anne, Blackfriars, widow, 35, at St. Anne, 
aforesaid, or ... . 15 Nov. 1662. F. 

Barrow, Samuel, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, doctor of physic, bachelor, 40, and 
Dame Dorothy Clark, of same, widow, about 
26 — at St. Mary, Savoy, St. Clement Danes, 
or Hammersmith, Middlesex. 8 May, 1668. 
F. 

Barrow, Thomas (Barrowe), of St. John, Wal- 
brook, London, merchant taylor, and Elizabeth 
Purslowe,of said city, daughter of — Purslowe, 
of CO. Suffolk, gen. lie, 8 Dec. 1595. B. 

Barrow, Thomas (Barrowe), gent., of Skipton- 
upon-Craven, co. York, widower, 30, and 
Pascady Hunsdon, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
maiden, 19. Consent of her mother, Anne 
Hunsdon, of same, widow — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn. 28 June, 1616. B. 

Barrow, Thomas, of Stepney, Middlesex, mariner, 
and Elizabeth Seaman, of same, widow of 
John Seaman, mariner — at Stei^ney aforesaid. 
28 Sept. 1618. B. 

Barrow, William (Barrowe), of the City of 
London, yeoman, and Bridget Lloyd, of St. 
Catherine Cree Church, London, spinster, 
daughter of Launcelot Lloyd, late of Lynam, 
CO. Wilts, gent., deceased — at St. Andrew-in- 
the-W^ardrobe, London. 10 April, 1613. B. 

Barrow, William, of Prittlewell, co. Essex, hus- 
bandman, and Mary Bramhall, of same, widow 
of Godfrey Bramhall, late of same, yeoman — 
at All Hallows, Honey Lane, London. 29 Oct. 
1618. B. 

Barrow, William, 1694. See Ababeow. 

Barrowes, Edward, of Hodsdon, Herts, gent., 
bachelor, 22, and Elizabeth Maidstone, 
spinster, about 28, daughter of Mary Maid- 
stone, of same, widow, who consents — at St. 
Foster, London. 8 April, 1673. F. 

Barrowes, Thomas (Barrowghes), of St. Mary 
Mount Haw, London, merchant taylor, and Mar- 
garet Chambers, spinster, of St. Mary Mag- 
dalen, Old Fish Street, London, daughter of 
William Chambers, of Nottingham, yeoman — • 
at St. Mary Magdalen aforesaid. 12 March, 
159fl. B. 

Barrs, John, waterman, and Agnes Holbye, 
spinster, of St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, daughter 
of — Holby, late curate of All Hallows 
Barking, deceased— at St. Peter aforesaid. 
22 Oct. 1584. B. 

Barrume, George, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, gent., and Barbara Alexander, of 
same, spinster, daughter of William Alexander, 
of the kingdom of Scotland, gent.. — at St. 
Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 20 Jan. 161i. 
B. 
Barry, Anthony, gent., of Furnivall's Inn, London, 
widower, 63, and Elizabeth Downes, of St. 
James, Clerkenwell, 50, widow of Robert 
Do'wnes, gent., deceased, at St. Faith, St. 
Mary, Islington, or St. James, Clerkenwell 
2 March, 163|. B. 



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Barry, George, of Weale, Essex, bachelor, 27, and 
Elizabeth VVilloughby, of South Ackingtou, 
said county, spinster, 17, daughter of Peter 
Willoughby, of same, gent., who consents, 
attested by Adrian Barry, of St. Clave, Jewry, 
London, gent. — at South Ackington aforesaid. 
15 Dec. 1(396. F. 
Barry, James, gent., of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
widower, 31, and Lydia Percy, of sam?, widow, 
21— at St. Faith- the-Virgin, London. 22 Oct. 
1640. B. 
Barry, John, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, above 
26, and Elizabeth Lowe, of Thrupp, co. Oson, 
spinster, 25, at her own disposal — at Gray's 
Inn chapel, or ... . 2 July, 1703. F. 
Barry. Richard (Ban-ye), and Frances Vanwilder, 
widow, of St. Clave, Hart Street— at St. 
Clave aforesaid. 26 Aug. 1554. B. 
Barry, Richard, esq., bachelor, about 23, son and 
heir appai-ent of Sir James Barry, of Santry, 
CO. Dublin, knight, but now residing in 
London, and Elizabeth Jennery, of St. 
Margaret, Westminster, spinster, about 16, 
consent of mother, Rose Jenneiy, widow — at 
St Margaret aforesaid, alleged by Richard 
Barry, of Covent Garden, Middlesex, gent. 11 
Sept. 1660. V. 
Barsham, Nathaniel, of Great All Hallows, 
Thames Street, London, draper, and Mary 
Parker, spinster, daughter of Richard Parker, 
deceased — at chapel of Inner Temple, London. 
3 Jan. 161fi. B. 
Barsham, Nathaniel, of St. Andrew Undershaft, 
London, draper, and Dorothy Carnell, of St. 
Mary Mounthaw, London, spinster — at St. 
Michael, Hnggin Lane, London. 29 Dec. 1620. 
B. 
Barstarde, Richard, of Barnard's Inn, gent., and 
Elizabeth Cooke, widow, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, to marry there. 15 June, 1565. B. 
Barteley, Sir John (? Berkeley), knight, and Alice 
Nottingham, spinster, of St. Mary, White- 
chapel, to marry there. 3 Nov. 1580. B. 
Bartholomew, Thomas (Bartholmew), and Anne 

Urlyn, of London. 24 May, 1546. F. 
Bartholomew, Thomas, gent., of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, bachelor, 33, his father dead, and 
Helen Hela, of St. Clement Danes, spinster, 
23, daughter of — Hela, gent., deceased, who 
dwelt in the county of Lincoln, her mother 
also dead— at St.Dunstan-in-the-West. l7May, 
1615. B. 
Bartholom.ew, Thomas, of St. Andrew-in-the- 
Wardrobe, London, waterman, and Margaret 
Baker, of same, spinster — at St. Andrew 
aforesaid. 8 Jan. 162f. B. 
Bartless, John, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Barbara Johnson, of 
same, spinster, about 18, consent of mother, 
Elizabeth Burbery, alias Johnson, now ux. 
Solomon Burbery — at Marybone, Middlesex. 
3 Dec. 1662. V. 
Bartlett, Edmund, yeoman, and Juliana Stutter, 
spinster, of Paddington, Middlesex, daughter 
of Lawrence Stutter, of Brittington, co. Cxou, 
yeoman — at St. Andrew Hubbard. 25 May, 
1585. B. 
Bartlett, George, merchant, and Elizabeth 
Burroughe of same, spinster, daughter of 
Stephen Bun-oughe, late of Chatham, co. 
Kent, mariner, deceased — at Stepney, Middle- 
sex. 5 March, 160f . B. 
Bartlett, Giles, of St. Augustine, London, 
chandler, and Elizabeth Pell, of same, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Pell, late of St. Faith, 
London, gent., deceased — at St. Mary 
Stayning, London. 3 Aug. 1611. B. 



Bartlett, Henry (Bartlet), and Juliana Tovvusendc. 
26 Feb. 154-§. F. 

Bartlett, Henry (Bartlet), of St. Michael-ad- 
Bladum, London, tailor, and Elizabeth Winder, 
spinster — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 
11 April, 1623. B. 

Bartlett, James, and Isabella Feilde, of city of 
Westminster. 22 July, 1585. D. 

Bartlett, John, of the Middle Temple, London, 
gent., bachelor, about 23, and Mary Owen, of 
Hampstead, Middlesex, spinster, about 22, 
with consent of her parents — in Henry VII. 
chapel, Westminster Abbey, or St. Pancras, 
CO. Middlesex. 15 June, 1678. V. 

Bartlett, Leonard, of Heston, co. Middlesex, 
gent., and Isabella Flye, of Stanwell, gen. lie, 
18 Aug. 1561. B. 

Bartlett, Nathaniel, gent., of St. Faith, bachelor, 
40, and Alice Wildman, of Great St. Bartho- 
lomew, 36, widow of Richard Wildman, of 
same, deceased — at St. Faith. 26 May, 1636. 
B. 

Bartlett, Philip, of St. Martin Cutwich, London, 
gent., bachelor, about 27, and Mrs. Susanna 
Harmer, of same, spinster, about 22, consent 
of mother, Mrs. Frances Harmer, widow — at 
St. Martin aforesaid. 28 May, 1677. V. 

Bartlett, Richard, of Mortlack, co. Surrey, gent., 
bachelor, 30, and Abigail Ward, spinster, 24, 
daughter of Thomas Ward, of Upper Tisoe (?), 
CO. Warwick, who consents — at Compton 
Mordicke, co. Warwick, or Alkorton, co. Oxford. 
16 April, 1679. F. 

Bartlett, Robert, gent., of Twickenham, Middlesex, 
widower, 56, and Elizabeth Cheeseman, of 
Hampton, Middlesex, widow, 40 — at St. Mary 
Magdalen, Old Fish Street. 17 May, 1644. B. 

Bartlett, Thomas, of St. Catherine Coleman, 
brnshmaker, and Alice Orsett, widow, relict 
of Thomas Orsett, of same, parish of baker, 
deceased — at same. 9 Feb. 158|. B. 

Bartlett, Thomas, of City of London, esq., 
bachelor, about 19, and Katherine Bi-ent, of 
St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, about 17, 
consent of their parents — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn, or ... . 28 May, 1678. V. 
Bartlett, William, gent., of Ratcliffe, parish of 
Stepney, bachelor, 23, and Martha Smyth, of 
Warden, Beds, spinster, 19, consent of parents 
—at Stepney. 20 Nov. 1678. B. 

Barton, Andrew, of Epping, and Mary Daye, 
spinster, of I3rawghing, Herts, gen lie, 20 
June, 1572. B. 

Barton, Andrew, of St. Ann and Agnes, London, 
" aurifabrum," and Marcia Gilborne, of pre- 
cinct of St. Martin-le- Grand, spinster — at 
St. Leonard, in said precinct. 30 Dec. 1617. 
D. 
Barton, Emanuel, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
gent., bachelor, about 24, and Mrs. Amy 
Badd, of Farum {i.e., Fareham), co. South- 
ampton, spinster, about 20, consent of father, 
Sir Thomas Badd, knight and bart. — at 
Kensington, St. Martin, or St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields. 14 May, 1667. V. 
Barton, Francis, of Middle Temple, esq., bachelor, 
about 22, son of John Barton, of same, esq., 
who alleges, and Mrs. Ursula Boteler, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, spinster, about 17, consent 
of Sir John Keeling, knight. Lord Chief 
Justice of King's Bench, her father-in-law 
and guardian, her own father and mother 
being dead — at St. Andrew, Holborn, St. 
Dunstan-in-the-West, or St. Clement Danes. 
11 Aug. 1668. V. 



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Barton, Henry, of Stepney, Middlesex, brickman, 
and Helen Gurnerde, of same, widow of Simon 
Guruerd, late of St. Botolph, Biehopsgatc, 
carman, deceased, gen. lie. 1 Feb. ISSg. 
B. 

Barton, James, of St. Bride, London, grocer, 
and Margaret Erritage, of same, spinster, 
daughter of — Erritage, late of Koyston, co. 
Herts, yeoman, deceased — at St. Andrew-in- 
the- Wardrobe, London. 7 Sept. 160d. B. 

Barton, John, of the Middle Temple, and Jane 
Huntley, widow, of St. John, Walbrook — at 
St. John aforesaid. 29 Sept. 1553. B. 

Barton, John, of Middle Temple, esq., widower, 
about 46, and Mrs. Ursula Langdon, of St. 
Clement Danes, spinster, about 32 — at own 
disposal — at St. Margaret's Westminster, St. 
Paul, Covent Garden, or St. Andrew, Holbom. 
11 April, 1665. Y. 

Barton, Ralph, of Gray's Inn, gent., and Elianor 
Brakenbury, widow, of St. Andrew, Holborn 
— anywhere in diocese. 14 June, 1555. B. 

Barton, Ealph, of St. John Zachary, goldsmith, 
and Rose Lathburie, widow, of St. Botolph, 
Billingsgate — at St. Botolph aforesaid. 8 Dec. 
1579. B. 

Barton, Richard, of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Hannah Fenn, of 
same, spinster, about 22, consent of mother, 
— Fenn, widow, — at St. Clement Danes. 5 
Oct. 1667. Y. 

Barton, Robert, of St. Magiins, London, citizen 
and clothworker, bachelor, 24, and Anne 
Herris, spinster, 20, daughter of Edward 
Herris, of St. Michael, Crooked Lane, said 
city, esq., who consents — at St. Michael 
Royal, London. 30 Oct. 1661. F. 

Barton, Robert, of Fairham, co. Southampton, 
gent., widower, about 40, and Mrs. Sarah How, 
of Abbotts Langley, Herts, spinster, about 30, 
and at own disposal — at St. Catherine Cree 
Church, London. 9 May, 1677. Y. 

Barton, Roger, of Faireham, co. Southampton, 
gent., bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. Anne 
Drew, of Xulshalling, said county, spinster, 
about 19, consent of mother, Mrs. Dulsabella 
Ibery, of same — at St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
or St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 26 Sept. 1677. 
Y. 

Barton, Thomas, of Stratford, Bow, co. Middle- 
sex, carpenter, and Ellen Wolferston, of same, 
widow of Humphrey Wolferston, late of St. 
Gabriel, Fenchnrch, London, merchant taylor — 
at Great All Hallows, Thames Street, London. 
4 May, 1602, B. 

Barton, Thomas, of Milton, alias Midleton, Kent, 
gent., widower, and Elizabeth Garland, of 
same, widow — at St. Saviour, Southwark, co. 
Surrey, or ... . 23 June, 1680. F. 

Barton, William, of Westham, Essex, grazier, and 
Johanna Standeforde, widow, of Westham. 3 
April, 1582. B. 

Barton, William, of Whitechapel, and Susan 
Burton, widow, of St. Botolph, Aldgate — at 
All Hallows Barking. 29 Feb. 158f . B. 

Barton, William, of St. Mary, Aldermanbnry, 
London, gent., bachelor, and Katherine Palmer, 
of St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, London, spinster, 
daughter of Anthony Palmer, of Stoke Doyly, 
CO. Northampton, esq. — at St. Michael, Queen- 
hithe, London. 4 March, 162f . B. 

Bartram, William, gent., of St. James, Clerken- 
well, bachelor, 38, and Alice Landan, of St. 
Sepulchre, 38, widow of William Landan, 
deceased — at St. Faith-the-Virgin. 10 July, 
1639. B. 



Barwell, Edward, of Lyon's Inn, Middlesex, gent., 
widower, 34, and Mary Holman, spinster, 
23, daughter of Ralph Holman, of Hoggs 
Norton, co. Leicester, gent., who consents — 
at St. Margaret, in the city of Coventry, 
Shilston, CO. Warwick, or Thulston, co. 
Leicester (the date is 16th, evidently error for 
6th). 6 Jan. 166f. F. 

Barwicke, George (Barwycke), and Ellen Parkyns, 
spinster, of City of London, gen. lie, 21 April, 
1573. B. 

Barwicke, Thomas, shipwright, and Elizabeth Pett, 
spinster, daughter of Peter Pett, of St. Mary, 
VVhitechapel, Middlesex, shipwright — at St. 
Mary, Whitechapel, aforesaid. 2 June, 1610. 
B. 

Barwis, Richard, of the City of London, gent., 
and Audrey Bacon, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, spinster, daughter of — Bacon, 
deceased — at All Hallows-in-the-Wall, London. 
14 Oct. 1618. B. 

Le Bas, Richard, of Caen, in Normandy, but now 
residing in St. Margaret, Westminster, mer- 
chant, bachelor, about 30, and Kiffeana Gos- 
fright, of St. Margaret, Westminster, spinster, 
about 17, her mother's consent — at St. Mar- 
garet, Westminster. 6 Sept. 1671. Y. 

Base, Anthony, of St. Mary Somerset, and 
Dorothy Blackhome, widow, of London — at 
St. Michael, Wood Street. 9 June, 1579. B, 

Basebrowne, George, and Agnes Magare, widow, 
of All Hallows, Stayning — to marry there. 10 
Nov. 1553. B. 

Baseley, William, of Stepney, Middlesex, baker, 
and Elizabeth Sharpe, of St. Botolph, Bishops- 
gate, London, widow of Francis Sharp, leather- 
seller — at St. Botolph aforesaid. 3 Aug. 1618. 
B. 

Basell, Edward, and Margaret Bedell, spinster, of 
City of Loudon, gen. lie, 4 Sept. 1573. B. 

Basell, Edward (Basill), gent., of Hampten, 
Middlesex, 40, and Joane Thacker, of same, 
38, widow of Gilbert Thacker, gent., deceased 
—at Hampten aforesaid. 26 July, 1633. 
B. 

Basell, Thomas, of Staples Inn, gent., bachelor, 
about 31, and Mrs. Jane Sedger, of St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields, spinster, about 21, her mother's 
consent — at St. Clement Danes, St. Andrew, 
Holbom, or St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 1 Dec. 
1666. Y. 

Basford, Henry, and Johanna Newington, of St. 
Stephen, Coleman Street, gen. lie, 31 May, 
1565. B. 

Basford, John, gentleman, of St. Mary, Alder, 
manbury, bachelor, 23, and Fortune Best, of 
St. Martin-le-Grand, spinster, 28, daughter of 
Humphi'ey Best, of Gloucester, gent. — at 
St. Martin, Ludgate. 12 April, 1630. B. 

Bash, Sir Edward (Baesh), of Stansted, Herts, 
knight, widower, 33, and Mary Mountagne, 
spinster, 19, daughter of Sir Charles Mountague, 
late of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, 
knight, deceased — at St. Botolph, aforesaid. 
18 April, 1633. F. 

Bash, Edward, of Stansted Berry, Herts, esq., 
bachelor, about 19, his mother's consent, and 
Mrs. Anne Waad, of Battles, co. Sussex, 
spinster, about 21, consent of her mother. 
Dame Frances Douglas alias Waad, alleged by 
Sir Joseph Douglas, of Malendine, co. Essex, 
knight — at St. Maiy, Savoy. 26 July, 1671. 
V. 



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Bashell, Richard, of Ileston, Middlesex, gent., 
bachelox-, about 23, and Mrs. Elizabeth Brent, of 
same, spinster, about 19, her mother's consent 
— at any church in Guildford, Surrey. 1 
July, 1672. V. 

Baskerfeild, Walter, of Ilickerson, Wilts, gent., 
bachelor, about 2 1 , and Mary Hull, of 
Battersea, Surrey, widow, about 2i — at Ben- 
son, CO. Oxon, or St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Mid- 
dlesex. 6 Nov. 16G0. V. 

Baskervile, James, of the city of Bristol, bachelor, 
30, and Mrs. Abiah Haggatt, of same, spinster, 
22, with consent of her father, Mr. Othniel 
Haggatt — at All Saints, Bristol, aforesaid, 
or ... . 21 June, 1700. F. 

Baskervile, Richard, of Ludshott, co. Southamp- 
ton, esq., widower, 44, and Elizabeth Taylor, 
of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, widow, 45, 
—at St. Clement Danes, or St. Mary, Savoy. 
30 Dec. 1662. F. 

Basnett, Richard, gent., of city of West- 
minster, bachelor, 37, and Margaret Lawrence, 
spinster, 22, consent of mother, Elizabetli 
Lawrence, widow — at St. Faith or All Hallows, 
London. 30 March, 1631. B. 

Basnett, John, of Ealing, co. Middlesex, widower, 
and Elizabeth Basill, of Rickmansworth, Herts, 
spinster. 20 July, 1675. D. 

Basnett, Nicholas, yeoman, and Mary Crofte, 
of Chesthunfc, spinster — at Edmonton co 

28 June, 1626. B. 

Baspoole, Thomas, of Stepney, yeoman, and 
Agnes Haycookes, of same, widow, relict of 
William Haycookes, of same, tailor, — at same. 
5 Feb. 158f. B. 

Bassendine, Georce, of St. Al phage, London, 
tallow-chandler, and Merion Snelling, of same, 
spinster, daughter of William Snelling, late of 
same, blacksmith— at St. Bartholomew-the- 
Less, London. 29 Oct. 1603. B. 

Bassett, George, fishmonger, and Annie Hitch- 
cocke, spinster, of St. Mary-at-Hill — at St. 
Botolph, Aldgate. 26 June, 1582. B. 

Bassett, George, of Binlee, co. Warwick, husband- 
man, bachelor, and Elizabeth Silbee, of St. 
Giles-in the-Fields, Middlesex, spinster, daugh- 
ter of one Silbee, late of Okeley, co. Beds, 
deceased— at St. Sepulchre, London. 25 June, 
1617. B. 

Bassett, John, of St. Clement Danes, gent., 
widower, about 33, and Isabella Swan, of St. 
Sepulchre, London, spinster, about 19, consent 
of mother, — Newton alias Swan, widow — at 
Little St. Bartholomew, London. 21 Jan.l67x. 
V. 

Bassett, Nicholas, of St. Nicholas Olave, grocer, 
bachelor, 22, and Judith Ranee, of St. Michael- 
le-Quern, spinster, 17, daughter of Robert 
Ranee, late of Carshalten, Surrey, gent., 
deceased, and her mother also — at St. Michael- 
le-Quern. 5 Aug. 1633. B. 

Bassett, Robert (Basset), and Joanna Cooke, of 
St. Martin Orgar — to marry there. 18 June, 
1547. B. 

Bassett Thomas (Bassat), of St. Katherine Cole- 
man, London, carpenter, and Mary Boysden, 
of St. Mary Woolnoth, London, spinster — at 
St. Mary Stayning, London. 15 April, 1620. B. 

Bassett, Thomas, of St. Andrew Undershaft, 
London, bachelor, 27, and Sarah Mynn, 
spinster, 20, daughter of Charles Mynn, of 
King's Langley, Herts, gent., who con- 
sents — at St. Bax'tholomew-the-Less, London, 

29 June, 1670. F. 



Bassett, Thomas, of Lynn Regis, co. Norfolk, 
merchant, widower, 35, and Mary Dethicke, 
spinster, 22, daughter of John Dethicke, of West 
Newton, said county, gent., who consents — at 
Redriffe (Rotherhithe), co. Surrey. 21 Feb. 
163|. F. 

Bassingburn, Gawdy, esq., of Inner Temple, and 
Anne Frammingham, spinster, daughter of Sir 
Charles Frammingham, knight, gen. lie, 17 
May, 1586. B. 

Bastall, John, and Tiballe Schryvaner, of St. 
Dnnstan-iu-the-West. 21 Jan. 153f. B. 

Bastard, Otho, of city of Exeter, widower, about 
50, and Joane Hernam, of same, spinster, 
about 48, and at own disposal — at cathedral 
church of St, Peter, in Exeter. 9 Sept. 1669. 
V. 

Bastion, Daniel, waterman, and Thomazine Han- 
feilde, of London, widow of Henry Hanfeilde, 
late of Gravesend, waterman — at St. George, 
Botolph Lane, London. 12 Jan. 159|^. B. 

Bastocke, Robert, gent., and Isabell Nen- 
daxe, of Harfield, Middlesex, widow of John 
Nendaxe, late of same, schoolmaster — at 
Harfield, aforesaid. 8 Aug. 1598. B. 

Batailhey, Joseph (sic subs.), of Great St. Helen, 
London, citizen and leather-seller, bachelor, 
about 22, and Mrs. Ellinor Norwood, of same, 

21 and upwards, consent of father Francis 
Norwood, of Lackhampton, co. Gloucester, 
esq.— at Great St. Helen. 24 Feb. 166f . V. 

Batchelor, John, of St. Martin-in the-Fields, 
gent., bachelor, about 31, and Mrs. Sarah 
Yeo, now of same, spinster, about 23, and at 
own disposal — at Chelsea, Middlesex, or Put- 
Surrey. 30 Aug. 1675. V. 

Bate, Deyer, of St. Lawrence, Jewry, London, 
bachelor, 27, and Dorothy Busby, of St. 
Margaret, Westminster, spinster, 18, the con- 
sent of her father, William Busby, Lough- 
borough, CO. Leicester, gent., attested by 
Richard Busby, of St Margaret, aforesaid, 
gent. — at St. Margaret, Westminster, or 
.... 11 April, 1698. F. 

Bate, Edward, of Epping, co. Essex, yeoman, and 
Alice Bromefeilde, spinster, of Lam borne, 
Essex, daughter of John Bromefeilde, of same, 
yeoman — gen. lie, 29 AiDril, 1589. B. 

Bate, Edward, of Maids Morton, co. Bucks, 
bachelor, 27, and Penelope Lovet, spinster, 
about 18, daughter of Robert Lovet, of Sold- 
bury, said county, esq., who consents — at St. 
Margaret, Westminster, St. Andrew, Holborn, 
or St. Giles-in the-Fields, Middlesex. 20 
Dec. 1673. F. 

Bate, Humphrey, of St. Michael - ad -Bladum, 
stationer, and Mary Wotton, spinster, of St. 
Stephen, Coleman Street — at St. Stephen 
aforesaid. 6 Dec. 1580. B. 

Bate, Matthew, of Maids Morton, co. Bucks, clerk, 
and Mrs. Mary Darrell, of Lillingston Darrell, 
said county, spinster, about 20, her father's 
consent — at St. Mary, Savoy. 6 June, 1671. 
V. 

Bate, Robert, of West Broughton, co. Derby, 
gent., bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Mary 
Wakelin, of Crackmarsh, co. Stafford, spinster, 
about 23, her parents dead — at St. Gregory, 
London, or Redriffe (Rotherhithe), co. Surrey. 

22 April, 1665. V. 

Bate, Thomas, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
armorer, and Agnes Atkinson, of same, widow 
of James Atkinson, late of same, innholder, 
gen. lie, 24 Jan. 159^. B. 



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96 



Bate, Thomas, of St. Christopher-lo-Stocks, Lon- 
don, haberdasher, and Elizabeth Allen, of St. 
Bartholomew, near the Exchange, spinster, 
daughter of Henry Allen, late of Lichfield, co. 
Stafford, gent., deceased, gen. lie, 13 Ang. 
lG9f). B. 

Bate, Thomas, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, Lon- 
don, armorer, and Jane Turvill, of St. 
Leonard, Shoreditch, widow of John Turvill, 
late of same, butcher, gen. lie, 23 Sept. 1597. 
B. 

Bate, William, of St. Martin-lc-Grand, London, 
cordwainer, bachelor, and Anne Hill, of same, 
spinster, daughter of William Hill, late of 
Yardley, co. Warwick, husbandman, deceased 
—at St. Margaret Pattens, London. 5 Dec. 
1621. B. 

Bate, AVilliam, of Fenchnrch, and Margery 
Everton, widow, of Great St. Bartholomew, 
in West Smithfield, gen. lie, 16 Nor. 1571. 
B. 

Bateman, George, now of City of London, gent., 
bachelor, 29, son of William Bateman, of 
Hardington, co. Derby, gent., who consents, 
and Mary Goodcole, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
34-, widow of — Goodcole, of same, gent., who 
died about three months ago — at St. Andrew- 
in-the-Wardrobe. 2 Jan. 161|. B. 

Bateman, Hugh, of Gray's Inn, esq., widower, 46, 
and Elizabeth Bateman, of the town of Derby, 
spinster, 18, her parents dead — at Staley, co. 

Derby, St in Derby, or St. Mary, in 

Nottingham. 10 May, 1665. F. 

Bateman, James, of St. Martin Orgar, London, 
bachelor, about 31, and Esther Searle, of St. 
Michael Basishaw, London, about 17, 
daughter of Dame Anne Hedges, who con- 
sents — at St. Michael aforesaid, or ... . 3 
Dec. 169L F. 

Bateman, John, of St. Paul, Corenb Garden, 
gent., bachelor, about 27, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Cox, of same, spinster, about 22 — at church or 
chapel of Inner Temple, or Lincoln's Inn 
chapel. 30 Nov. 1661.V. 

Bateman, John, of St. Clement Danes, gent., 
bachelor, about 24, and Mrs. Eebecca Col- 
bourne, of same, widow, about 27 — at St. 
Clement Danes or Gray's Inn chapel. 15 
May, 1667. V. 

Bateman, Randall, of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent., 
bachelor, about 31, and Agnes Dawson, of St. 
Martin, Ludgate, spinster, about 22, consent 
of mother. Dame — Lydall, alias Dawson, now 
ux. Sir Francis Lydall, knight — at Great or 
Little St. Bartholomew, St. Sepulchre, or St. 
James, Duke's Place. 8 Dec. 1662. V. 

Bateman, Robert, and Mary Fynche, of Watford, 
Herts — to marry at Northall. 31 July, 1564. B. 

Bateman, Robert, of Lincoln's Inn, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Alice Saltonstall, of 
Stifford, Essex, widow, about 26 — at Stifford 
or Ossett, co. Essex. 31 May, 1671. V. 
[Crossed out.] 

Bateman, Thomas, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
bachelor, 21, and Mrs. Sarah Pickard, daughter 
of Peter Pickard, esq., of same, who consents, 
spinster, 17 — at St. Mary, Whitechapel. 28 
Dec. 1696. B. 

Bateman, William, of St. Catherine Cree Church 
and Alice Carter, widow, of St. Andrew 
Undershaft — at St. Andrew Undershaft. 15 
Nov. 1577. B. 

Bateman, Sir William, knight, of St. Dunstan-in- 
the-East, widower, about 49, and Mrs. Mary 
Rivett, of All Hallows Staining, widow, about 
27 — at St. Dunstan-in-the-East, All Hallows 
Stayning, All Hallows Barking, or St. 
Margaret Pattens. 1 June, 1663. V. 



Bates, Edward, gent., of Loughton, Essex, 
Ijachelor, 23, father's consent, and Elizahteth 
Heard, of Thaydon Mount, Essex, maiden. 20, 
consent of fatlier, Thomas Heard, of same, 
yeoman — at Loughton. 22 May, 1610. B. 

Bates, Henry, of Stepney, Middlesex, cooper, and 
Mary Crofte, of same, widow— at same. 19 
June, 1626. B. 

Bates, Humphrey, waterman, and Joan Empson, 
spinster, daughter of — Empson, late of the 
City of London, gent., deceased — at St. Law- 
rence Pountney, London. 16 April, 1615. B. 

Bates, John, of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, 
London, cordwainer, and Alice Btirstoe, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, London, spinster, daughter 
of Richard Barstoe, of same, tailor — at St. 
Andrew, Holborn, aforesaid. 20 Dec. 1621. 
B. 

Bates, Thomas, of Uxbridge, co. Middlesex, 
glover, bachelor, and Joane Maybanke, widow, 
of Ralph Maybanke, glover, late of Ripley, in 
parish of Sen, co. Surrey — at Uxbridge, afore- 
said. 16 June, 1610. B. 

Bates, William, D.D., of Hackney, Middlesex, 
widower, 36, and Margaret Gravener, of St. 
Giles, Cripplegate, London, spinster, 21, 
daughter of Edward Gravener, of same, gent., 
who consents — at St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, or 
St. Mary, Alder manbury, London. 1 July, 
1661. F. 

Bateson, Thomas, silkweaver, and Johanna 
Pigeon, spiuster, of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 
daughter of Thomas Pygeon, late of Wem, co. 
Salop, yeoman, deceased. 18 Oct. 1586. B. 

Bateson, William. See Battsox. 

Bath, Robert, and Barbara Colinan. 22 Nov. 
1632. D. 

Bathurst, Edward (Bathhurst), gent., of Lincoln's 
Inn, about 21, son and heir of Randolph Bath- 
hurst, of Harton Kirby, co. Kent, esq., who con- 
sents, and Mrs. Frances Wyseman, of Rivenhall, 
Essex, spinster, about 17, daughter of Sir 
Thomas Wyseman the elder, of same, knight, 
who consents — at Great St. Bartholomew, 
Loudon. 2 Nov. 1624. B. 

Bathurst, Edward, of St. Catherine Creechurch, 
London, bachelor, 21, and Susannah Puckle, 
of St. Dunstan, Stepney, Middlesex, spinster, 
22, her parents dead — at St. Mary, Islington, 
Middlesex. 15 Sept. 1690. F. 

Bathurst, John, of Islington, Middlesex, esq., 
widower, and Anne Jewrin, of St. Sepulchre, 
London, widow — at St. Giles-iu-the-Fields, 
Middlesex. 9 Oct. 1681. F. 

Bathurst, Lancelot, of Wilmington, Kent, gent., 
widower, and Anna Gamou, of St. Mary-le- 
Strand, alias Savoy, Middlesex, spinster, 27, 
daughter of Richard Gamon, of same, who 
consents — at St. Mary, Savoy, aforesaid. 
14 July, 1669. F. 

Bathurst, Theodore, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., 
bachelor, and Lettice Rippington, of Aming- 
ton, CO. Warwick, spinster, 22, her parents 
dead — at Lincoln's Inn chapel. 10 April, 1669. 
F. 

Bathurst, William, of St. Thomas Apostle, haber- 
dasher, bachelor, 34, and Elizabeth Mawdett, 
of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, spinster, 25, father's 
consent — at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, or St. 
Maiy, Savoy. 29 Dec. 1635. B. 

Batson, Wilham, of St. Swithin, London, bachelor, 
24, and Hannah Kempsall, spinster, 17, 
daughter of Edward Kempsall, of Staines, 
Middlesex, gent., who consents — at St. Mar- 
garet, Westminster, or St. Mary, Savov. 8 
Oct. 1677. F. 



97 



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John Bawme 



98 



Catt, Henry (Batte), yconiau, Qiid Johanna Neale, 
of London, spinster, daughter of — ■ Neale, of 
CO. Kent, husbandman, gen. lie, 30 June, 
1598. B. 

Batt, John, of St. Albans, Herts, tanner, and 
Elizabeth Goodalo, spinster, of same, daughter 
of Robeit Goodale, of Hartwell, Herts, yeo- 
man, gen. lie, 15 April, 1588. B. 

Batt, John (Batte), and Amy Blackman. 20 Jan. 
166i. D. 

Batt, John, of city of Westminster, labouring 
man, and Margaret West, of same, widow — at 
St. Margaret, Westminster. 17 May, 1604. 
D. 

Batt, Ralph' (Batte), esq. [in Vic-Gen. book, 
"Batty"], of Westham, Essex, widower, 50, 
and Joane Kimpton, of Hackney, Middlesex, 
40, widow of Edward Kimpton, of City of 
London, draper, who died half a year since — at 
Westham, Essex. 10 May, 1608. B. 

Batt, Thomas, of Battersea, co. Surrey, husband- 
man, and Mary Baddam, of same, spinster, 
daughter of John Baddam, of Windsor, Berks, 
husbandman — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, 
London. 9 Sept. 1623. B. 

Batteley, Charles, of the Middle Temple, gent., 
bachelor, 24, and Mrs. Elizabeth Nedham, of 
Westminster, spinster, 21 and upwards, with 
consent of her father and mother — at Old Aires- 
ford, Hants, or ... . 23 Aug. 1692. F. 

Batteley, John. See Bettily. 

Batteley, Joseph. See Batailhey. 

Battell, Thomas (Battle), of Stepney, Middlesex, 
mariner, and Dorothy Baker, of same, widow 
of — Baker, late of same, mariner — at Stepney 
aforesaid. 8 Feb. 161^. B. 

Battell, Richard, gent., of All Hallows-the- 
Great, London, bachelor, 34, and Katherine 
Cossens, widow, 27— at St. Faith or St. Gre- 
gory, London. 17 Nov. 1637. B. 

Battell, William, of St. Bennet, Gracechnrch, 
London, bachelor, 28, and Mary Thompson, 
of St. Edmund-the-King, London, spinster, 
25, daughter of Thomas Thompson, of St. 
Andrew parish, in the University of Cambridge, 
who consents — at St. Marylebone, Middlesex. 
5 July, 1692. F. 

Battersbee, Edmund, gent., of London, bachelor, 
27, father dead, and Anne Brayne, of St. Mary- 
at-Hill, London, spinster, 19, parents dead — at 
St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex. 28 Feb. 
16i§. B. 

Battersbee, Thomas (Battersbye), and .... of 
St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street, London, 
gen. lie, 8 Dec. 1571. B. 

Battle, James, of City of London, draper, 
and Leticia Travers, of St. Mary - at - Hill, 
spinster, daughter of John Travers, late citizen 
and merchant taylor, of London, deceased — at 
St. Mary-at-Hill. 8 Aug. 1588. B. 

Battle, William, D.D., of Hitcham, co. Suffolk, 
widower, and Martha Collings, of Chichester, 
CO. Sussex, spinster, 36, at her own disposal — 
at St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, or ... . 
8 Oct. 1692. F. 

Battln, William, citizen and merchant taylor, of 
London, and Margaret Browne, of same, 
spinster, daughter of William Browne, of 
same, cordwainer — at St. Marie (^sic) Pattens, 
London. 23 Sept. 1625. B. 

Battlshill, William, of the city of Exeter, mercer, 
about 27, and Elizabeth Isack, of same, 
spinster, about 20, her parents dead, leaving 
no guardian as he believes, but with his con- 
sent if there be one, alleged by Nicholas 
King, of St. Matthew, Friday Street, London, 
gent. — at any church in the city of Exeter. 
20 Aug. 1678. V. 

London Marriage Licences. 



Battnall, John, and Elizabeth Crosse, of St. 
Saviour, Sonthwark, widow. 16 Dec. 1545. F. 

Battson, William, and Katherine Dawson, of the 
City of London, gen. lie, 5 June, 1563. B. 

Battyn, William, gent., and Amy Rogers, of the 
City of London, gen. lie, 28 May, 1565. 
B. 

Battyou, Henry, of St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, 
London, merchant taylor, andAnne Wyniffe, of 
same, spinster, daughter of Robert Wyniffe, of 
Taunton, co. Somerset, gent. — at St. Bennet 
aforesaid. 8 Oct. 1004. B. 

Bauchlere, Richard, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
Middlesex, gent., bachelor, about 22, and 
Margaret Waling, of the city of Worcester, 
spinster, about 16, with consent of her 
mother, — Waling, widow — at any parish 
church in the city of Worcester. 8 July, 
1678, V. 

Baug'h, Rowland (Bawghe), of the Inner Temple, 
gent., and Jane Hill, spinster, of St. Michael-le- 
Querne, London, daughter of John Hill, late of 
same, "pellipharius," deceased, gen. lie, 24 
Oct. 1590. B. 

Baiigfh, Rowland, gent., of Inner Temple, bache- 
lor, 21, and Jane Isham, of Hampstead, 
Middlesex, spinster, 21, daughter of Matthew 
Isham, of same, gent., who consents — at 
Barnet, Herts. 2 Sept. 1608. B. 

Baughani, William, of St. Bartholomew-the-Lesa, 
London, girdler, and Rebecca Clerk, of same, 
spinster, daughter of William Clerk, yeoman — 
at St. Bartholomew aforesaid. 1 Feb. 161f. 
B. 

Baven, William, of St. Danstan-in-the-West, 
London, and Jane Millet, of same, spinster, 
daughter of John Millet, of Gilset, co. Surrey, 
yeoman- — at St. Bride, London. 2 Oct. 1619. 
B. 

Baving'ton, Richard, merchant taylor, and Johanna 
Harcourte, spinster, of St. Sepulchre, daughter 
of Thomas Harcorte, late of City of London, 
innholder, deceased — at St. Sepulchre. 24 July, 
1585. B. 

Bawden, Hugh, of .... co. Cornwall, bachelor, 21, 
father's consent, and Aurelia White, of St. 
Bartholomew Square, Middlesex, spinster, 22. 
father's consent — at Chapel Royal, St. James. 
8 June, 1693. B. 

Bawden, John (Bawdon), of St. Catharine Cree- 
church, London, merchant, bachelor, about 
36, and Mrs. Letticia Popham, of St. Giles-in- 
the-Fields, spinster, about 22, consent of 
mother, Dame Anne Wharton, aliasPopham — at 
St. Pancras, Middlesex. 2 March, 16f§. V. 

Bawden, Thomas (Bawdon), of St Martin, Lud- 
gate, bachelor, 30, and Sara Everston, of 
same, spinster, 19, mother's consent, a widow 
—at St. Mary, Islington. 22 July, 1689. B. 
[The entry erased.] 

Bawden, Augustine (Bawdwyn), and Elizabeth 
Wilson, of St. Edmund, Lombard Street— to 
marry there. 6 May, 1547. B. 

Bawden, Charles (Bawdewyn), of Westham, and 
Marian Eton, of Stratford, Bow, gen. lie, 9 
Feb. 156|. B. 

Bawldocke, Thomas, yeoman, and Alice Megar, 
widow, of the City of London, relict of Thomas 
Megar, late of Shuttlington, co. Herts, gen. 
lie, 2 May, 1593. R. 

Bawme, John, and Sarah Powell, of city of West- 
minster spinster. 19 Feb. 163|^. D. 

E 



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Hugli Bay ley 100 



Bawtrey, Edward, of Staples Inn, gent., widower, 
S-i, and Judith Langton, of St. Bartholomew 
Exchange, maiden, 20, consent of her father, 
Mr. Thomas Langton, of same, merchant taylor, 
attested by his son, Thomas Langton the 
younger, of St. Matthew, Friday Street, fish- 
monger — at St. Bartholomew aforesaid. 2 
Jan. 160*. B. 

Bawtrey, llichard, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
London, tailor, and Wilmott Buffome, of St. 
Bride , London, spinster — at St. Andrew-in- 
the-Wardrobe, London. 8 Jan. 162a. B. 

Baxter, Alexander, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Mid- 
dlesex, widower, 30, and Dorcas Berry, of All 
Hallows, Lombard Street, London, widow, 27 
— at St. Aune-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, or 
.... 27 July, 1696. F. 

Baxter, Angustin, clerk, of the city of Westminster, 
bachelor, 27, and Alice Turner, of same, widow, 
22— at St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street. 
28 July, 1645. B. 

Baxter, Caleb, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, Mid- 
dlesex, bachelor, 34, and Sarah Proser, of 
same, spinster, 28, at her o'wn disposal — at St. 
Anne, Aldersgate, Loudon. 26 July, 1688. 
F. 

Baxter, Daniel, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 30, and Lydia Ashfield, 
spinster, 25, daughter of William Ashfield, of 
same, grocer, who consents — at St. Bride, 
London, or ... . 20 Oct. 1686. F. 

Baxter, Edward, of St. Mary, Aldermanbury, 
gent., bachelor, 22, his father dead, and Jane 
Bruerton, of Mitcham, Surrey, spinster, 17, 
daughter of Theophilus Bruerton, deceased, 
consent of mother, Mary Bruerton, of same, 
widow— at St. Faith. 2 Sept. 1641. B. 
[Regularly signed by the parties, but crossed 
and the word " vacat" in margin.] 

Baxter, Edward, of Lee, co. Kent, clerk, bachelor, 
about 24, and Mrs Mercy Dell, of St. Giles, 
Cripplegate, spinster, about 18, her mother's 
consent — at St. Mary-le-Bow, London. 11 Dec. 
1676. Y. 

Baxter, Edward, of St. Pancras, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 25, and Susan Salisbury, of St. Mary, 
Islington, Middlesex, spinster, 22, at her own 
disposal — at St. Michael, Wood Street, 
London, St. Saviour, Southwark, Surrey, or 
.... 14 Dec. 1683. F. 

Baxter, Henry (Baxster,) and Elizabeth Stokes. 
23 July, 1544. F. 

Baxter, John, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, brewer, 
bachelor, and Elizabeth Cooper, of same, 
spinster, 20, daughter of Eichard Cooper, 
deceased, her mother's consent — at St. Giles, 
Cripplegate, or St. Sepulchre. 30 Oct. 1629. 
B. 

Baxter, John, of St. Peter, Coruhill, London, 
bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth Norden, spinster, 
22, with consent of her mother, — Norden, 
of St. Olave, Hart Street, London, widow — 
at St. Christopher, All Hallows Barking, or 
St. Botolph, Aldgate, London. 17 Dec. 1679. B. 

Baxter, Moses, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
bachelor, 29, and Elizabeth Busby, of same, 
spinster, 27, at her own disposal — at White- 
chapel, alleged by Margaret Jermau, of same, 
widow. 15 Dec. 1699. B. 

Baxter, Richard [" cHcus " written over "gent."], 
of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, bachelor, about 
40, and Margaret Charleton, of Christchurch, 
London, spinster, about 28, at own disposal, 
alleged by Francis Tyton, of St. Dunstan-in- 
the-West, stationer — at Christchurch afore- 
said, or ... . 29 April, 1662. V. 



Baxter, Robert, of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, 
London, bachelor, 27, and Elizabeth Roane, 
spinster, 20, daughter of Robert Roane, of 
Charleton, co. Surrey, gent., who consents — 
at All Hallows, Honey Lane, or St. S within, 
London. 20 Oct. 1663. F. 

Baxter, Robert, of St. Katherine, near the Tower 
of London, gent., bachelor, about 40, and 
Mrs. Ann Suckling, of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, widow — at St. Mary Savoy. 11 Feb. 
166^. V. 

Baxter, Walter, gent., of city of Westminster, 
widower, 36, and Elizabeth Lion, of same, 
widow, 36 — at St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish 
Street. 21 June, 1643. B. 

Baxter, William, and Anne Gristone, widow, of 
St. Faith, London^to marry there. 2 Feb. 
155|. B. 

Baxter, William(Baxstcr), and Margaret Butler, 
gen. lie, 30 June, 1561. B. 

Bayford, John (Bayforde), of All Hallows 
Steyning, leatherseller, and Katherine Harper, 
spinster, daughter of — Harper, of ... . co. 
Kent, gent., deceased — at AH Hallows afore- 
said. 17 Feb. 158f. B. 

Bayford, William, of Walthamstow, co. Essex, 
"carpenter," widower, and Margaret Brackett, 
of same, spinster, daughter of — Brackett, 
late of CO. Norfolk, " carpenter," deceased 
—at Islington, co. Middlesex. 9 Oct. 1609. B. 

Bayley, — , of City of Loudon, gent., and Suzanna 
Sharnebrooke, spinster, daughter of William 
Sharnebrooke, of Hodsdon, Herts, yeoman, 
gen. lie, 4 Sept. 1583. B. 

Bayley, Alexander (Bayly), of precinct of St. 
Martin - le - Grand, blacksmith, and Faith 
Shredds, of Walthamstow, Essex, widow — at 
St. Leonard, in said precinct. 26 July, 1619. 
D. 

Bayley, Christopher (Baylie), of St. Dunstan-in- 
the-West, London, " barber," and Elizabeth 
Yapp, of same, spinster, daughter of — 
YajDp, deceased — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, 
Loudon. 26 Aug. 1620. B. 

Bayley, Daniel, of Great St. Helen, London, 
gent., bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth Morris, 
spinster, about 22, daughter of John Morris, 
late of the city of Shrewsbury, yeoman, 
deceased, her mother also dead — to marry at 
St. Gregory, London. 1 Nov. 1632. F. 

Bayley, George, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
tailor, bachelor, and Agnes Gierke, spinster, 
daughter of William Gierke, of same, lock- 
smith — at St. Gregory, London. 28 Dec. 1615. 
B. 

Bayley, George (Bayly), of Abington, Berks, 
gent., widower, 30, and Elizabeth Wiggin, 
spinster, 19, daughter of Roger Wiggin, of 
Chatgrave, co. Oxon, gent., who consents — at 
St. Giles-in-the-Fields or St. Marybone, 
Middlesex. 10 July, 1661. F. 

Bayley, Henry (Bayly), of the city of Hereford, 
gent., bachelor, 30, and Dorothy Poyke, of 
same, spinster, about 30, her parents dead — at 
any parish church in the city or county of 
Hereford. 11 Oct. 1673. F. 

Bayley, Hugh (Bayly), of St. Anne, Westminster, 
bachelor, 28, and Dorothy Mander, of St. 
James, Westminster, spinster, 28, with con- 
sent of her father, Bernard Mander, of 
Chipping Warden, co. Northampton, clerk, 
alleged by Thomas Mander, of St. Mildred, 
Bread Street, London, clerk — at St. Mildred, 
Bread Street, aforesaid, or .... 6 Jan. 169f . 
F. 



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Bayley, John (Baylie), gent., of St. Dnnstan-in- 
the-West, bachelor, 22, and Elizabeth Eyres, 
alias Whithorne, of same, maiden, 22, danghter 
of William Eyres, of the diocese of Bath and 
Wells, gent., who died four years ago — at St. 
Andrew-in-the-Wardrobe, London. 13 March, 
16^. B. 

Bayley, John, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middle- 
sex, yeoman, and Ann Platts, of Westham, co. 
Essex, spinster, daughter of Eobert Platts, 
late of South Wingfield, co. Derby, yeoman, 
deceased — at Little All Hallows, Thames 
Street, London. 31 July, 1612. B. 

Bayley, John (Baylie), of St. Martin Vintry, 
London, bachelor, and Lettice Middleton, of 
St. Martin-le-Grand, widow — at St. Leonard, 
in said precinct. 21 April, 1626. D. 

Bayley, John, of Stepney, Middlesex, shipwright, 
and Mary Orenge, of same, widow — at same. 
11 July, 1626. B. 

Bayley, Ealph, citizen and vintner, of London, 
and St. Katherine Coleman, widower, and 
Katherine Goodwin, of St. Lawrence, Old 
Jewry, widow of John Goodwin, late of same, 
grocer — at Stepney, Middlesex. 1 June, 1610. 
B. 

Bayley, Kichard (Bay lye), of Stepney, Middlesex, 
yeoman, and Elizabeth Chaundler, spinster, 
of same, daughter of John Chaundler, late of 
Marbury, co. Chester, yeoman, deceased — 
at St. Botolph, Aldgate. 30 June, 1586. B. 

Bayley, Richard (Baylie), of City of London, 
vintner, and Marian Graves, of same, 
daughter of Miles Graves, of the town of 
Leicester, butcher, gen. lie, 28 Sept. 1587. 
B. 

Bayley, Richard (Bay lie J, of Hallowes, in the 
parish of Bradford, co. York, esq., about 40, 
and Mrs. Elizabeth Austin, of St. Margaret, 
Westminster, spinster, about 20, her parents 
dead, consent of her guardian, John Taylour, 
of St. Margaret, Westminster, gent. — in pariah 
church or chapel of Westminster. 19 Sept. 
1677. V. 

Bayley, Robert (Baylje), merchant taylor, and 
Margaret Wrighte, widow, of St. Swithin, 
London Stone, relict of James Wright, late of 
same, merchant taylor — at same. 24 Jan. 
1581^. B. 

Bayley, Robert (Baylie), of St. Peter-ad-Vincula, 
in the Tower of London, and Elizabeth Brooke, 
widow, of the City of Loudon, relict of 
Nicholas Brooke, of said city, clerk, gen. lie, 
20 May, 1587. B. 

Bayley, Simon (Baylie), of St. Botolph, Bishops- 
gate, gent., bachelor, about 29, and Mary Adam- 
son, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, widow, about 
32, alleged by William Baylie, of St. Botolph 
aforesaid, merchant taylor — at St. Mary Wool- 
noth, London, or St. Olave, Southwark. 1 Oct. 
1673. V. 

Bayley, Thomas (Baylye), of Royston, Herts, 
yeoman, and Phillippa Wright, spinster, of 
City of London, daughter of John Wright, late 
of Pelham, co. Herts, yeoman, deceased, gen. 
lie, 6 June, 1588. B. 

Bayley, Thomas, of St. George, Hanover Square, 
bachelor, above 21, and Eleanor Medlicott, of 
St. James, Westminster, spinster, above 21 — 
at St. James, Westminster. 7 Feb. 1759. B. 

Bayley, Walter (Bayly), of St. Giles, Wimborne, 
CO. Dorset, gent., bachelor, about 25, and Edy 
Hascall, of same, spinster, about 25, at own 
disposal — at same. 14 July, 1666. V. 

Bayley, William, tailor, and Elizabeth Warde, 
spinster, of Hockley, co. Essex, daughter of — 
Warde, of . . . ., co. Bucks, husbandman — at 
Hockley. 7 March, 158f . B. 



Bayley, William (Bayly), and Alice Stephenson 
of city of Westminster, widow. 27 Feb. 163|. 
D. 

Bayliffe, Charles, of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent., 
bachelor, 30, and Mary Higges, of St. Clement 
Danes, Middlesex, spinster, about 21, her 
parents dead — at St. Gilos-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, or ... . 14 Oct. 1695. F. 

BaylifFe, Henry, of Westminster, gent., and Anne 
Flower, of same, widow — anywhere in jurisdic- 
diction. 22 Dec. 1581. D. 

Baylis, Joseph, of All Hallows, Bread Street, 
London, bachelor, 30, and Mrs. Mary 
Hethersett, of Thetford, co. Norfolk, spinster, 
23, daughter of Wcrmley Hethersett, of 
same, who consents — at Thetford aforesaid. 
26 Aug. 1690. F. 

Baynard, Adiell, of Barklowe (?),co. Cambridge, 
D.D., widower, about 45, and Damaris Smyth, 
of Greenwich, Kent, spinster, about 24, con- 
sent of father, William Smyth, of same, gent, 
—at St. Dionis Backchurch. 31 Oct. 1660. V. 

Baynard, Philip (Baynarde), of City of London, 
and Lucy Bucklande, of Islington — at Islington. 
28 April, 1567. B. 

Baynard, Thomas, of Blangden, co. Somerset, 
gent., widower, about 46, and Judith Leman, 
of same, widow, about 40 — at Blangden afore- 
said, or chapel of Berrington, said county, or 
St. Michael, in Bristol, said county. 25 Nov. 
1673. V. 

Baynes, John, of precinct of St. Martin-le-Grand, 
bachelor, and Mary Rooby, of St. Mary-le-Bow, 
London, spinster — at St. Leonard, in said 
precinct. 29 Jan. 162f . D. 

Baynes, John, of Inner Temple, esq., bachelor, 
about 26, and Mrs. Lucy Lee, of South Fleet, 
CO. Kent, spinster, about 16, consent of her 
father, John Warner, alias Lee, D.D. — at St. 
Giles-in-the-Fields. 5 Feb. 167|. V. 

Baynes, John, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
bachelor, 25, and Dorothy Amherst, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, London, spinster, 21, her 
parents dead, with consent of her brother, 
Jeffery Amherst — at St. Bride or St. Mary 
Aldermary, London, or St. Paul, Covent 
Garden, Middlesex. 1 Sept. 1684. F. 

Baynes, Michael, gent., and Sibill Holloway, 
widow, of City of London — at St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf. 22 July, 1581. B. 

Baynes, Owen (Baines), of St. James, Clerken^ 
well, Middlesex, mercer, and Margery Hobson, 
widow of Thomas Hobson, cordwainer — at 
St. Trinity, in the Minories. 14 July, 1617. B. 

Baynforthe, Edward, of the City of London, inn- 
holder, and Frances Heywarde, widow, of 
St. Mary Woolnoth, London, relict of — 
Heyward, late of same, clerk, gen. lie, 15 
May, 1590. B. 

Baynliam, Edmond (Bainham), of St. Clement 
Danes, and Ellen Esselbee, spinster, of St. 
Dunstan-in-the-West — at St. Dunstan afore- 
said. 2 Nov. 1577. B. 

Bayntun, Sir Edward, K.B., of Bremhill, Wilts, 
bachelor, about 38, and Stuart Thynne, spinster, 
about 18, consent of father, Sir Thomas 
Thynne, of Richmond, Surrey, knight — at 
.... 29 May, 1661. V. 

Bayntun, Henry, of Spye Park, co. Wilts, esq., 
bachelor 21, and the Right Hon. Lady Anne 
Wilmot,of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, 
18, her parents dead, and she at the disposing 
of the Countess Dowager of Rochester, her 
grandmother and guardian, Avho consents — 
at Adderbury, co. Oxou, or ... . 21 July, 
1685. F. 

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Beach, John, of Malmsbury, Wilts, gent., bachelor, 
about 27, and Joane Foakott, of same, spinster, 
about 32, and at own disposal — at Malmsbury 
aforesaid, Tedbury, co. Gloucester, or Chipi>en- 
liani, CO Wilts. 19 April, 1073. V. 

Beaclier, William, of St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, 
and Judith Quarles, S])instei-, of Islington, 
Middlesex- at Islington. 12 April, 1578. B. 

Beacon, Thomas, of Ht. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., and Mary Finch, of same, widow -at 
St. Leonard, in St. Martin-le-Grand. 27 May, 
1G22. D. 

Beacon, William [in margin, Becon],of Sevenoaks, 
Kent, yeoman, and Katherine Hunter, of 
St. Margaret, Westminster, widow — at St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 23 Jan. 162*^. D. 

Beadle, Matthew, of the City of London, merchant 
tailor, and Anno Boothby, of St. Antholin, 
said city, spinster, daughter of Thomas 
Boothby, of same, merchant taylor — at 
Chinkford, co. Essex. 9 July, 1G08. B. 

Beadle, Thomas, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
Middlesex, haberdasher, and Angell Fryer, of 
same, spinster, daughter of — Fryer, of All 
Hallows-the-Less, Thames Street, London, 
dyer — at St. Mary, Whitechapel, aforesaid. 
12 Dec. 1609. B. 

Beake, Adam, of St. Mary, Savoy, Middlesex, and 
Milboriie Taylor, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, spinster — at St. Dunstan aforesaid. 
11 Oct. 1626. B. 

Beale, John, of Great Haseley, co. Oxon, gent., 
bachelor, 35, and Abigail Ell, of Twitenham, 
Middlesex, spinster, about 21, with consent of 
her father, Richard Ell — at Ham, or Richmond, 
CO. Sm-rey, or Twitnam aforesaid. 19 Jnne, 
1648. F. 

Beale, Sir John, bart., of Maidstone, Kent, 
widower, 35, and Jane Duke, spinster, 17, 
daughter of Richard Duke, of same, esq., who 
consents — at St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
or St. Gregory, Loudon. 9 May, 1662. F. 

Beale, John, of St. Dunstan-in-the-Weat, porter of 
Serjeant's Inn, widower, about 37, and Joane 
March, of same, spinster, about 28, at her owm 
disposal — at St. Bartholomew-the-Less or St. 
Gregory, London. 19 Oct. 1663. V. 

Beale, John, of Maidstone, Kent, gent., bachelor, 
about 25, and Mrs. Margaret Beale, of Loose, 
said county, spinster, about 25, and at ow^l 
disposal — at Loose, Langley, Boughton, or 
ilonclielsea (sic), said county. 18 June, 1672. 
V. 

Beale, Nicholas, of Heston, co. Middlesex, yeoman, 
and Margaret Sallett, of Hanwell, said county, 
spinster, daughter of George Sallett, late of 
same, yeoman, deceased — at Hanwell aforesaid . 
7 June, 1619. B. 

Beale, Richard, and Alice Topsey, ■widow, of St. 
Botolph, Aldgate — to marry there. 22 Nov. 
1578. B. 

Beale, Richard, of St. James, Clerkenwell, yeoman, 
and Ursula Ratforde, spinster, of St. Peter-le- 
Poor, daughter of Robert Ratforde, of same, 
gardener — at St. Peter-le-Poor. 6 March, loSj. 
B. 

Beale, Thomas, of St. Martin Orgar, yeoman, and 
Johanna Geston, widow, of said city, relict of 
Edward Geston, late of Wandsworth, co. 
Surrey, miller, gen. lie, 11 Oct. 1587. B. 

Beale, Thomas, of St. Sepulchre, London, yeoman, 
and Joane Johnson, of same, widow of Edward 
Johnson, late of same, apothecary — at St. 
Sepulchre aforesaid. 11 Dec. 1600. B. 

Beale, Thomas (Beal), gent., of St. Mary, Alder- 
manbury, bachelor, 24, and Katherine Williams, 
of Stepney, spinster, 28 — at St. Faith. 26 
May, 1640. B. 



Beale, William, of Little ^Missenden, Bucks, gent., 
widower, about St, and Mary Duncombe, of 
Chesham, said county, widow, about 60 — at 
Missenden parish church. 13 June, 16(53. V. 

Beamon, Henry, and Alice Dowghtye, widow, of 
St. Clement Danes — to maiTy there. 30 Aug. 
15(J8. B. 

Beamond, Richard, of St. Michael, Cornhill, 
London, baker, and Elizabeth Bannister, of 
same, spinster, daughter of William Bannister, 
of St. Olave, Southwark, joyner — at St. Helen, 
London. 27 Jan. 1614. B. 

Beamond, Stephen (Beamonde), clerk, rector of 
Casthorpe, co. Essex, and Katherine Pudney, 
spinster, of same — to marry there. 28 Jan. 
151%. B. 

Beane, Edmund, skinner, and Hannah Keme, of 
St. Michael, Queenhithe, London, spinster — at 
St. Andrew Undershaft, London. 23 Jan. 162f . 
B. 

Beane, George, of St. Andrew, Holbom, London, 
bachelor, 29, and Susan Abbott, of Islington, 
Middlesex, spinster, 22, daughter of William 
Abbott, of Sudbury, co. Suffolk, gent., who 
consents — at St. Bartholomew-the-Less, or 
the Temple church, London 5 Feb. 16f%. 
F. 

Beane, Richard, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
widower, about 27, and Mary Pennington, of 
St. Clement Danes, spinster, about 22, and at 
own disposal — at St. Dunstan-in-the-West. 
16 Feb. 167i. V. 

Bearci'oft, Edward, of Clement's Inn, gent., 
bachelor, 30, and Mrs. Susanna Byne, of 
Cashalton, co. Surrey, spinster, 22, daughter 
of Henry Byne, who consents — at St. Mary, 
Savoy, Middlesex, or St. Gregory, London. 
28 April, 1691. F. 

Beard, George (Bearde), tailor, and Martha 
Phillippes, of St. Bride, London, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Phillippes, late of the 
city of Bristol, merchant, deceased — at St. 
Bride aforesaid. 28 June, 1598. B. 

Beard, James, of All Hallows-the-Great, London, 
cordwainer, and Anne Rogers, widow of 
Thomas Rogers, late of same — at St. Olave, 
Hart Street, London. 1 Maj', 1626. B. 

Beard, Sampson, of St. Mary-at-Hill, London, 
cooper, bachelor, about 28, and Elizabeth 
Bnckly, of Islington, Middlesex, spinster, 
about 20, consent of father, Thomas Buckley, 
of same, carpenter — at Islington. 19 Dec. 1661. 
V. 

Beard, Thomas, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
and Anne Rogers, of same, spinster — at St. 
Faith, London. 12 Nov. 1624. B. 

Beardmore, Robert, of Kingsley, co. Stafford, 
clerk, bachelor, 28, and Elizabeth Woolley, of 
Alton, said county, spinster, 27, her parents 
dead, and she at her own disposal — at St. 
Sepulchre, Temple church, or Gray's Inn 
chapel, London. 16 May, 1688. F. 

Beardwell, John, of St. Bride, London, gent., 
bachelor, 26, and Mary Graves, spinster, 21, 
daughter of William Graves, of Ware, Herts, 
yeoman, who consents — at St. Faith, London. 
26 April, 1633. F. 

Beare, George, of Farnham, Surrey, gent., 
bachelor, about 34, and Grace Owens, of St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, widow, about 36 — at St. 
Martin, or St. Giles-in-the-Fields, or St. Paul, 
Covent Garden. 28 Aug. 1675. V. 

Beare, Hugh, and Dorothy Skeares. 15 July, 1628. 
D. 

Bearsley, Edward, of St. Andrew-in the-Ward- 
robe, London, joyner, and Audrey Mones, of 
Chigwell, Essex, widow of John Mones, late of 
same, yeoman, gen. lie, 6 Feb. 159f. B. 



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Bearstowe, George, of St. Bennet, PauVs Wharf, 
and Johanna Gascoygne, spinster, of Anvvell — 
at St. Dunstan-in-the-West. 14 April, 1574. B. 

Bearstowe, John, and Anne Throwgood, spinster, 
of Stortford, Herts — at St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf. 20 May, 1577. B. 

Beasly, William, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
and Alice Denman, of same, ■widow — at St. 
Faith, London. 9 May, 1626. B. 

Beauchanip, Francis, of the Six Clerks' Office, 
bachelor, 24, and Ellen Cranmer, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, spinster, 23 — at Gray's Inn 
chapel, or St. Leonard, Foster Lane. 15 Jan. 
172§. B. 

Beauchamp, John, of St Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London, weaver, and Joan Bruffe, of Har- 
mondsworth, Middlesex, spinster, daughter of 
Eichard Bruffe, yeoman, deceased — at .... 
London. 18 June, 1621. B. 

Beauchamp, Robert, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
porter, and Anne Alder, of said city, spinster 
— at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, London. 13 
June, 1618. B. 

Beaucliainp, Stephen (Beauchampe), of Orping- 
ton, Kent, brickmaker, and Rebecca Hother, 
of St. Mai'garet, Westminster, widow — at St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 6. Dec. 1621. D. 

Beauclerck, the Right Hon. Charles, Earl of Bur- 
ford, bachelor, 24, eldest son of his Grace the 
Duke of St. Albans, and Mrs. Lucy Werden, 
16, daughter of Sir John Werden, of Holyport, 
parish of Bray, co. of Berks, who consents — 
special licence. 10 Dec. 1722. F. 

Beauclerck, the Right Hon. Lord William, aged 
22, second son of the Most Noble Charles, 
Duke of St. Albans, and Mrs. Charlotte 
Werden, spinster, 15, daughter of Sir John 
Werden, of Holyport, parish of Bray, co. Berks, 
who consents — special licence to marry at any 
time or place. 10 Dec. 1722. F. 

Beaufort, Daniel, clerk, of St Ann, Westminster, 
bachelor, 27, and Esther Gougeon, of St. James, 
Westminster, spinster, 21 — at St. Martin 
Orgar, or the Great Savoy. 10 July 1738. 
B. 

Beaufoy, Henry, of St. Bride, London, esq., 
bachelor, about 19, consent of his grand- 
mother, Dame Mary Walker, his parents dead, 
and Mrs. Charlotte Lane, of same, spinster, 
about 17, consent of her father — at St. Martin- 
in the-Fields, St. Bride, or St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West. 7 June, 1676. V. 

Beaufoy, Hercules, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
widower, about 60, and Mary Rust, of same, 
spinster, about 45, and at own disposal — at 
All Uallows-in the-Wall, London. 1 Feb. 
167i V. 

Beaulieu, Isaac Duprey de, of St. Peter, Cornhill, 
London, gentleman, widower, 25, and Mrs. 
Manon Morean, spinster, about 19, daughter of 
Peter Moreau, of St. Anne-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, who consents — at St. Peter, Corn- 
hill, aforesaid. 30 June, 1691. F. 

Beaumond, George. See Bewmond. 

Beaumond, Henry, &c. See Beamox. 

Beaumond, Nicholas, 1632. gee Boemond. 

Beaumond, William, (sic subs.), of Henley-on- 
Thames, CO. Oson, gent., bachelor, about 
24, and Mary Hills, of same, spinster, about 
21, consent of father, Edmund Hills, of same, 
clerk — at Grayes or Fairley, co. Oxon. 2 July, 
1661. V. 



Beaumont, Charles, of St. Gile3-in-the-Fields,esq., 
bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. Elizabeth Milner, 
of the city of Lincoln, spinster, about 21, con- 
sent of her father, Richard Milner, esq. — at 
Kingerby, co. Lincoln, or in Lincoln cathe- 
dral. 7 Oct. 1675. V. 

Beaumont John (Beamonte), and Johanna 
Tucker, spinster, of City of London — at Down- 
ham, Essex. 29 March 158y. B. 

Beaumont, John, of Cole Orton, co. Leicester, 
csfi., bachelor, 25, and Damo Felicia Comp- 
ton, of Sywell, co. Northampton, widow, 26 — 
at Sywell, aforesaid— 10 Sept. 1663. F. 

Beaumont, the Hon. John, of St. Anne, West- 
minster, widower, and Philippa Carey, spinster, 
25, ather owndisposal — at St. Anne, aforesaid, 
or ... . 28 Sept. 1693. F. 

Beaumont, William, of St. Bartholomew, London, 
gent., widower, about 20, and Mrs. Jane 
Watts, of St. James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, 
spinster, about 21, at her own disposal, 
her parents dead, and having no guardian — 
at Christchurch, London. 23 July, 1678. 
V. 

Beauvoir, Charles, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
merchant, bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. Barker 
Sherwin, of Reddrith (Rotherhithe), Surrey, 
spinster, about 18, consent of her parents — at 
All Hallows Barking, London. 14 Feb. 16f^. 
V. 

Beauvoir, William de, of the Isle of Guernsey, 
CO. Southampton, gentleman, bachelor, about 
30, and Elizabeth Fautratt, of same, spinster, 
about 21, daughter of Mrs. John Fautract, 
who consents, alleged by Mr. William de 
Beauvoir, of the same island, gent. — at 
St. Giles-in-the- Fields, or Durham House 
chapel, CO. Middlesex. 21 June, 1650. F. 

Beaver, Edward, rector of East Hatley, co. Cam- 
bridge, bachelor, about 30, and Ellinor 
Jefferies, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster, 
about 22, her parents dead — at St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields. 14 Dec. 1675. V. 

Beavys, Edward, and Elizabeth Comes, of St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields — to marry there. 17 
Jan. 155|. B. 

Bebb, Robert, merchant taylor, and Elinor Planner, 
of All Hallows-the-Great, London, widow — at 
All Hallows, aforesaid. 2 Feb. I62f. B. 

Becham, Rancton, and Elizabeth Robbyns, of St. 
Mary-at-Hill, London, gen. lie, 18 Nov. 1570. 
B. 

Beche, John, clothworker, and Ellen Flemvuge, 
widow, of St. John, Walbrook, relict of Thomas 
Flemynge, of same, cordwainer — at fame. 
29 Feb. 158|. B. 

Becher, Edward, of City of London, gent., and 
Frances Coppinger, widow, of same, gen. lie, 
Dec. (? Oct.) 1580. B. 

Becher, Henry, of Weston, Herts, gent., bachelor, 
24, and Baraba'a Nevy, spinster, 20, with con- 
sent of her mother, — Nevy alias Goddard — at 
St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, or St. Mary Magdalen, 
Old Fish Street, London. 5 Oct. 1650. F. 

Becher, Henry, of Weston, co. Herts, esq., widower, 
about 35, and Mrs. Elizabeth Rugg, of St. 
Clement Danes, Middlesex, widow, about 23 — 
alleged by Oliver Becher, <>f Middle Temple, esq. 
—at St. Mary, Savoy. 10 July, 1671. V. 

Becher, Oliver, of Middle Temple, esq., bachelor, 
about 30, and Mrs. Sarah Wyan, of St. Clement 
Danes, spinster, about 30 — at St. Clement 
Danes aforesaid. 12 Dec, 1670. V. 



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Becher, William, of Howberry, Beds, esq., 
widower, and Jane Clarke, of Watford, co. 
Northampton, spinster, 30, at her own dis- 
posal—at St. Bennet, Panl's Wharf, London 
or ... . 8 Ang. 1699. P. 

Beck, Edward (Becke), of All Hallows Barking, 
bandmaker, and Margaret Maunsell, widow — 
at St. Botolph, Aldgate. 19 Jan. 158|. B. 

Beck, Timothy (Becke), of St. Mary Abchnrch, 
citizen and merchant taylor, bachelor, about 
26, and Mary Gentleman, of St. Margaret, 
Westminster, spinster, about 19, consent of 
father, Thomas Gentleman, of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, gent. — at Stepney, or Little St. 
Bartholomew, London. 14 Oct. 1665. V. 

Beck, William, of St. Al phage, London, bell- 
founder, and Jane Maddocks, of precinct of 
St. Martin-le- Grand, spinster — at St. Leonard, 
in said precinct. 26 Feb. 161f . D. 

Beckett, John, of Trinity - the - Less, London, 
bachelor, son of Henry Beckett, of St. Gre- 
gory, London, girdler, and Margaret Faldoe, 
daughter of Richard Faldoe, gent., of Eugby, 
CO. Warwick, maiden, 18, consent of parents 
of both, alleged by William Faldoe, of Knight 
Rider Street, Loudon, notary publick^ — at 
.... 9 May, 1613. B. 

Beckett, Michael, of Tuddington, Middlesex, yeo- 
man, and Elizabeth Tate, of Twickenham, 
widow of William Yate — at New Brainford, 
Middlesex. 23 Nov. 1618. B. 

Beckett, Robert (Bekett),of the f amity of our lord 
the king, and Elena Marshall, of St. Mary 
Somerset. 17 Nov. 153-. B. 

Beckett, William, of the Middle Temple, esq., 
bachelor, 24, and Alice Hodgkinson, of Felt- 
well, CO. Norfolk, spinster, 24, her parents 
dead — at Feltwell aforesaid or St. Gregory, 
London. 26 Nov. 1661. F. 

Beckingliain, William, of Tolleshunt Darcy, Essex, 
gent., bachelor, 22, and Elizabeth Sammes, of 
Tolleshunt Beckingham, said county, spinster, 
22 — at Tolleshunt Beckingham aforesaid. 6 
Aug. 1647. F. 

Beckley, Simon, of Bray, Berks, gent., widower, 
about 56, and Mary Winch, of same, widow, 
about 48 — at Bray, Windsor, or Cluer, Berks. 
25 March, 1662. Y. 

Beckman, Sir Martin, knight, of ye Tower of 
London, 58, and Mrs. Ruth Mudd, of RatclifiF, 
parish Stepney, widow, 61 — at Stepney. 28 
Aug. 1693. B. 

Beckwithe, William, of St. Bride, London, and 
Margaret Daye, of the City of London. 5 Sept. 
1562. B. 

Becon, John, of St. Andrew, Holborn, and Agnes 
Baylie, of St. Margaret, Westminster, widow — 
at St. Margaret, Westminster. 20 July, 1607. 
D. 

Beda, Obadiah, of Alveley, co. Essex, chandler, 
and Katherine Keyes, widow of • — Keyes, 
late of Stepney, co. Middlesex, mariner, 
deceased — at St. Andrew - in - the - Wardrobe, 
London. 3 Nov. 1614. B. 

Bedall, Richard, porter, and Dinah Passmore, 
spinster, daughter of Thomas Passmore, of 
Swallowfield, Wilts, yeoman — at St. Leonard, 
Foster Lane, London. 10 June, 1623. B. 

Bedaye, John, clerk, curate of Stifford, co. Essex, 
and Alice Pittsey, of Chauldwell, co. Essex, 
widow of Stephen Pitsey, late of same, yeo- 
man — at StifEord aforesaid. 23 March, 160^. B. 



Beddow, William, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, but 
now in the country, bachelor, 21, son of 
William Beddow, of St. Margaret, Westmin- 
ster, gent., who alleges, and Mrs. Keturah 
Sweetman, of Stepney, spinster, consent of 
her mother, Keturah Sweetman, her father 
being at sea — at Stepney, or St. Lawrence, 
Loudon. 27 July, 1696. B. 

Bedell, Arthur, of St. Anne, Blackfriars, and 
Mary Percher, spinster, of St. Peter-le-Poor, 
gen. lie, 18 Feb. 158^. B. 

Bedell, Edward, of Boughton, co. Northampton, 
gent., bachelor, 34, and Barbara Ayscough, 
spinster, 21, daughter of Henry Ayscough, of 
St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, gent., who 
consents — at St. James, Clerkenwell, or Gray's 
Inn chapel. 12 Oct. 1661. F. 

Bedell, John, 1615. See Bedle. 

Bedell, Simon, and Margaret Sitell, widow, of the 
diocese of Coventry and Lichfield. 20 March, 
1544. F. 

Bedell, Thomas, of Uxbridge, Middlesex, tallow- 
chandler, and Joanna Painter, of Hillingdon, 
said county, widow of Francis Painter, late of 
same, mercer, gen. lie, 25 June, 1593. B. 

Bedford, George (Bedforde), and Johanna Money, 
spinster, of Stepney — at Stepney. 30 Nov. 
1574. B. 

Bedford, George, of London, gent., bachelor, 30, 
and Edith Scras, spinster, 22, daughter of 
Tuppin Scras, of Combe, co. Sussex, esq., 
who consents — at St. Stephen, Walbrook, Lon- 
don, or Hotfield, co. Sussex. 19 April, 1633. 
F. 

Bedford, John, of St. Clement Danes, gent., 
bachelor, about 40, and Mary Whitlick, of St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster, about 28, and 
at her own disposal — at St. Martin aforesaid, 
or St. Nicholas Aeon, London. 31 March, 
1662. Y. 

Bedford, Thomas, and Edy Dudley, widow. 10 Feb. 
163f. D. 

Beding'field, Hemy (Bedingfeild), of Sttirston, 
CO. Norfolk, gent., bachelor, about 27, and 
Anne Crowe, of Bilney, said county, spinster, 
about 24, consent of father, William Crowe, 
gent. — at Alfeton, co. Suffolk. 24 June, 1663. 
V. 

Beding'field, Humphrey, of St. Foster, London, 
goldsmith, bachelor, 35, and Abigail Hixe, 
spinster, 18, daughter of — Hixe, late of St. 
Martin, Ludgate, . . . ., deceased, and her 
mother also, she in government of William 
Downhall, of Christchurch, London, esq., who 
consents — at .... the-Less, London. 4 May, 
1633. F. 

Beding'field, John, of St. Mary Magdalene, Old 
Fish Street, widower, about 26, and Mrs. Anne 
Child, of Qui, co. Cambridge, spinster, about 
21, consent of father, John Child, esq. — at 
St. Gregory, London. 24 Feb. 166^. Y. 

Bedingfield, Robert, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., and 
Elizabeth Darcye, widow, of ToUyshunt Tregos 
— at ToUyshunt aforesaid. 9 July, 1558. B. 

Bedingfield, Robert, of St. Gregory, London, 
draper, bachelor, 26, and EHzabeth Harvey, 
spinster, 22, daughter of Rebecca Harvey, of 
St. James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, who con- 
sents — at St. Marv, Strand, alias Savoy. 22 
Dec. 1662. F. 

Bedingfield, Thomas, of Thistleworth, Middlesex, 
doctor of physic, bachelor, about 40, and Mrs. 
Mary Weston, of same, spinster, about 28, 
and at own disposal — at Heston, co. Middlesex. 
20 July, 1670. Y. 



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John Bedle 



[1521-1869.] Edmund Bel grave no 



Bedle, John, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, London, 
stationer, and Bridget Shaxton, deceased — at 
St. Trinity, in the Minories, London. 3 July, 
1615. B. 

Eedoo, Richard, of St. Sepulchre, gent., and 
Anne Typladye, widow, of St. Catherine Cree 
Church— at St. Mildred, London. 12 April, 
1581. B. 

Bedwell, Thomas, esq., of St. Peter, in the Tower 
of London, and Elizabeth Drywoode, spinster, 
of Great Warley, Essex, daughter of Anne 
Drywood, of same, widow, gen. lie, 12 April, 
1593. B. 

Bee, Edward, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, gent., 
about 24, and Margery Pyke, of St. Giles, 
Cripplegate, about 27, widow of Philip Pyke, 
late of Marlborough, co. Wilts, gent., at St. 
Botolph aforesaid. 30 Dec. 1597. B. 

Beeby, Thomas, of St. Mary Somerset, London, 
citizen and plumber, bachelor, about 24, and 
Mrs. Hannah King, of St. Michael or St. 
Alban, Wood Street, London, spinster, about 
17, with consent of her mother, Mrs. Ellinor 
King, of same, widow — at St. Alban or St. 
Michael, Wood Street, aforesaid. 13 Aug. 
1G78. V. 

Beech, Richard, of St. Olave, Southwark, widower, 
and Mary Abbott, of same, widow — at St. 
James, Duke's Place. 23 Dec. 1703. B. 

Beecham, Robert, of Acton, co. Middlesex, and 
Catherine Fascett, of same, spinster — at St. 
Faith, London. 6 Sept. 1626. B. 

Beecher, Arthur, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
bachelor, 33, and Martha Needham, of same, 
spinster, 21, daughter of — Needham, of St. 
Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, gent., who 
consents — at St. Margaret, Westminster, St. 
Paul, Covent Garden, or St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex. 20Feb. 168|. F. 

Beecher, Thomas, merchant, and Christian 
Cooper, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, 
widow — at St. Mary, Whitechapel, aforesaid. 
30 June, 1626. B. 

Beedam, Thomas, of Wapping, Middlesex, ship- 
carpenter, and Katherine Webster, of same, 
widow of John Webster — at St. Peter, Paul's 
Wharf, London. 5 Oct. 1624. B. 

Beere, John, of Plymouth, co. Devon, gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Ann Hichens, of same, 
widow, about 32, at the church of St. Andrew 
or of Charles in Plymouth, or Bickley, co. 
Devon. 24 Jan. 167f. V. 

Beere, William, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
waterman, and Mary Fulcombe, of same, 
spinster, daughter of Alice Greeneland, of 
Westminster, widow — at St. Margaret, West- 
minster. 10 Jan. 162|-. D. 

Beerparke, Henry, of St. Mary-at-Hill, London, 
ironmonger, and Sarah Sylam, of St. Martin 
Outwich, London, spinster, daughter of 
Matthew Sylam, of same, gunner — at St. 
Martin Outwich aforesaid. 2 Feb. 162f. B. 

Beesley, Thomas, and Sisley Forrest, spinster, of 
St. Sepulchre, London — to marry there. 29 
Jan. 157|. B. 

Beest, James (Beaste), and Mary Lyme, widow, 
gen. lie, 8 Feb. 156f. B. 

Beest, John, of St. Andrew, Holborn, and Johanna 
Hopkynne, of St. Anthonine, London — at St. 
Anthonine, London, aforesaid. 15 Jan. 154^. 
B. 

Beeston, John, of London, gent., and Prudence 
Bulmer, of St. Alban, Wood Street, said city, 
spinster, daughter of Bevis Bullmer, of same, 
gent., gen. lie, 13 Feb. 159f. B. 



Begford, Sampson, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., bachelor, about 35, and Elizabeth Fox, 
of same, spinster, aged 20, consent of father, 
Ellis Fox, victualler, alleged by Ellis Fox, of 
same, gent., at ... . 22 April, 1663. V. 
[Neither signed nor executed]. 

Beke, Adam. See Beake. 

Beke, Richard, of Westminster, esq., a widower, 
and Jane Powlett, spinster, 22, daughter of 
Dame Elizabeth Powlett, of Abbotston, co. 
Southampton, widow, who consents — at St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, or St. Paul, Covent 
Garden, Middlesex, or Brown Candover, co. 
Southampton. 1 July, 1667. F. 

Beke, Richard, of Dinton, co. Bucks, esq., widower, 
and Elizabeth Lee, of Hartwell, said county, 
spinster, 22, daughter of Sir Thomas Lee, 
bart., of same, who consents — at All Hallows 
Staining, or St. Andrew, Holborn, London, 
or St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 9 Feb. 
168f. F. 

Belasyse, Sir Henry, Knight of the Bath, son and 
heir to the Lord John Belasyse, of Worlaby, 
CO. Lincoln, widower, 23, and Mrs. Susanna 
Armyne, daughter of Sir William Armyne, of 
Osgodby, CO. Lincoln, knight, deceased, spin- 
ster, aged about 13 years, her mother also 
dead, with consent of said Lord Belasyse, to 
whom the tuition, &c., of said Susanna was left 
by her mother, attested also by Thomas 
Harrison, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, gent. 
— at St. Mary Bothaw, St. Peter, Paul's 
Wharf, or at Kensington. 20 Oct. 1662. B. 

Belasyse, Sir Henry, knight, of Potts, co. York, 
bachelor, 32, and Dorothy Benson, of St. 
Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, widow — at St. 
Mary Somerset, London, or ... . 3 March, 
16ifl F 

Belasyse, Sir Henry, of St. Clement Danes, 
widower, and Fleetwood Shuttleworth, spin- 
ster, 28, of same — at St. James, Duke's Place. 
23 April, 1709. B. 

Belasyse, Richard, of Lincoln's Inn, gent., 
bachelor, 30, and Mrs. Margaret Mar.shall, of 
St. Clement Danes, spinster, 17, parents dead, 
consent of her guardian, Henry Kayes, esq. — 
at St. Clement Danes, attested by George 
Buckby, of Lincoln's Inn, gent. 14 Feb. 
170a. B. 

Belasyse, William, of Brancepeth Castle, co. 
Durham, esq., bachelor, upwards of 21, and 
Bridget Billingsley, of St. James, West- 
minster, spinster, 18, her parents dead, with 
consent of James Eckersall, of St. James 
aforesaid, her guardian — at the Chapel Royal 
at St. James. 16 Aug. 1732. F. 

Belcher, Thomas, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
London, widower, and Hannah Edgerton, 
spinster, 21, daughter of Thomas Edgerton, of 
Adstock, Bucks, gent., who consents, attested 
by John Edgerton, of St. Botolph, Bishops- 
gate, London — at St. Andrew, Holborn, or 
.... 25 Oct. 1698. F. 

Belcher, William, merchant taylor, and Elizabeth 
Jones, of St. Sepulchre, London, widow — 
at St. Sepulchre aforesaid, 9 June, 1626. 
B. 

Beley, Derick, of St. Margaret, New Fish Street, 
London, goldsmith, bachelor, and Susan Van 
Harbicke, of same, spinster, daughter of 
Powell Van Harbicke, deceased — at St. Dnn- 
stan-in-the-West, London. 20 April, 1612. 
B. 

Belgrave, Edmund (Bellgrave), yeoman, and 
Alice Freeman, now of London, spinster, 
daughter of William Freeman, late of Home 
Regis, CO. Beds, yeoman, deceased, gen. lie, 
5 Dtc. 1595. B. 



Ill 



Jolni Belgravo 



[1521-1869.] 



William Bell 



1 12 



Belgi-ave, John. See Bolgrave. 
Belgrave, John, clerk, B.A., of Tetney, co. 
Lincoln, bachelor, aged about 30, and Faith 
Fleete, spinster, about 30, daughter of 
Thomas Fleete, late of London, gent., de- 
ceased, her mother also dead — to marry at 
Eddington, co. Wilts. 15 Oct. 1632. F. 
Belgrave, Thomas, of Chiswick, Middlesex, and 
Anne Nicholls, widow, of Endfield, said county, 
relict of — Nicholls, of same, labouring 
man — at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate. 28 June, 
15.S5. B. 
Belke, Gabriel, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, gent., aged 23 and upwards, and Mrs. 
Elizabeth Kickards, of .St. Bride, London, 
spinster, about 20, with her father's consent — 
at St. Diom's Backchurch, London. 17 Jan. 
167f. V. 
Belknappe, Thomas, alias Stowres, and Avice 
Peiye, of the diocese of Winchester, gent. 
13 June, 1548. F. 
Bell, Benjamin, of St. Leonard, Eastcheap, 
London, widower, about 30, and Mrs. Mary 
Grover, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, 
spinster, about 19, consent of father, William 
Grover, baker — at St. Dunstan-iu-the-East, 
Great St. Hellen, or St. Alphage, London. 7 
June, 1672. V. 
Bell, Christopher, bachelor, and Frances Stanton, 

spinster. 11 July, 1671. D. 
Bell, Edmund, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., and Anne 
Osborne, spinster, daughter of Peter Osborne, 
of City of London, esq., gen. lie, 30 April, 
1583. B. 
Bell, Edward, of Hackney, Middlesex, bachelor, 
30, and Frances Caryll, spinster, 24, daughter 
of Kichard Caryll, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
Middlesex, esq., who consents — at Gray's Inn 
chapel, Middlesex. 11 Dec. 1667. F. 
Bell, George, of the City of London, merchant 
taylor, and Judith Lettice, spinster, of St. 
Alban, Wood Street, gen. lie, 1 June, 1568. 
B. 
Bell, George, ironmonger, and Ellen Foster, 
widow, relict of Thomas Foster, late of All 
Hallows Barking, deceased — at St. Andrew 
Hubbard. 1 Dec. 1582. B. 
Bell, George, of London, cook, and Blanche 
Bishop, of St. Clement Danes, widow of John 
Bi.shop, late of same, tailor, gen. lie, 25 Oct. 
1596. B. 
Bell, Henry, gent., widower, 65, and Anne 
Enderby, 40, widow of Daniel Enderby, gent., 
deceased— at St. Giles-in-the-Fie!ds, Middle- 
sex. 28 Aug. 1619. B. 
Bell, John, of St. Michael Bassishaw, and Mar- 
garet Gardener, spinster, of St. Sepulchre — 
at St. Sepulchre. 1 Feb. 158?. B. 
Bell, John, gent., and Winifred Marshe, spinster, 
of Great Stanmer, Middlesex, daughter of 
— Marshe, late of Edgware, Middlesex, 
yeoman, deceased — at St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf. 17 Feb. 158f. B. 
Bell, John, gent., of Eaton, Bucks, bachelor, 30, 
son of Matthew Bell, of same, gent., who con- 
sents, and Joane Oliver, spinster, 17, daughter 
of William Oliver, of . . . ., co. Kent, de- 
ceased about nine years since, consent of Kobert 
Tompson, of St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, 
citizen and dyer, and of Joane Oliver, alias 
Tompson, mother of said Joane — at St. 
Bennet aforesaid. 28 Oct. 1622. B. 
Bell, John, gent, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, 36, and Elizabeth Hay, of same, widow, 
46— at St. Martin aforesaid. 30 Dec. 1640. B. 



Bell, John, clerk, of St. James, Clerkeuwell 
widower, 60, and Edith Pepys, spinster, 45 — 
at St. Leonard, Bromley, Middlesex. 9 Oct. 
1646. B. 
Bell, John, of St. Dunstan-in-thc-Wcst, chirurgeon, 
bachelor, about 30, and Mary Barker, of 
St. Bride, London, widow, about 40 — at St. 
Clement Danes. 8 Nov. 1665. V. 
Bell, Nicholas, of St. Maguus, London, grocer, and 
Mary Portman, of the said city, spinster, 
daughter of William Portman, late of Coventry, 
CO. Warwick, gent., deceased, gen. lie, 26 July, 
1595. B. 
Bell, Patrick, of St. Margaret, Westminster, gent., 
bachelor, about 28, and Elizabeth Clarke, 
spinster, aged 19, daughter of Margaret 
Clarke, of same, widow, who alleges — at St. 
Gregory, London. 1 April, 1663. V. 
Bell, Philip, gent., of London, bachelor, 37, and 
Anne Pates, of the diocese of London, 28, 
widow of — Pates, gent., of Leicester, deceased 
— at Chelsea or Falham, co. Middlesex. 12 
Sept. 1626. B. 
Bell, Kichard, merchant taylor, and Elyn Gar- 
dyner, spinster, of the City of London, gen. lie, 
1 Dec. 1568. B. 
Bell, Richard, alias Kobinson, of Great Chishall, co. 
Essex, yeoman, and Susan Reynolds, spinster, 
daughter of Walter Reynolds of same, yeoman 
— at All Hallows-in-thc-^Vall, London. 23 Nov. 
1616. B. 
Bell, Robert, of Lyon's Inn, gent., and Suzanna 
Hayles, of St. Catherine Cree Church — at St. 
Catherine aforesaid. 24 May, 1569. B. 
Bell, Robert, of Pii-ton, co. Worcester, clerk, 
bachelor, 25, and Dorothy EUary, uf the city 
of Worcester, spinster, 22, her parents dead — 
at St. John, in Bedwardine, St. Oswald, 
or Powick, co. Worcester. 20 May, 1686. 
F. 
Bell, Rowland, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, ta'lor, 
and Rachael Lodge, of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, spinster — at Paddington. 27 Aug. 
1611. D. 
Bell, Rowland, of St. Gregory, London, bachelor, 
24, son of Randall Bell, of same, haberdasher, 
who alleges, and Anne Hammond, spinster, 
about 21, daughter of Thomas Hammond, of 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, gent., who 
consents — at St. Gregorj-, or St. Mary Mag- 
dalen, Old Fish Street, London. 5 Aug. 
1671. F. 
Bell, Thomas, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middle- 
sex, tailor, and Elizabeth White, of St. 
Clement Danes, spinster, daughter of John 
White, of same, farrier — at St. Clement 
Danes. 14 May, 1608. B. 
Bell, William, of Eaton, Bucks, gent., bachelor, 
24, and Margaret Bell, of same, spinster, 19, 
daughter of Thomas Bell, of Cbavey, said 
county, yeoman, who consents — at St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf, London. 24 Jan. 163§. F. 
Bell, William, gent., of Dubbridge, co. Derby, 
widower, 28, and Dorothj' Bentley, of Hogsden, 
Middlesex, spinster, 21, her parents dead, she 
being a maidservant — at St. Bride. 16 April, 
1636. B. 
Bell, William, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Anne Starling, of 
same, spinster, about 20, consent of father, 
Daniel Starling, of same, gent. — at same, or 
Mary bone. 3 April, 1605. V. 
Bell, William, of St. Martin, co. Middlesex, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Margaret Willes, 
of Towcester, co. Northampton, widow, about 
26, at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, or Towcester 
aforesaid, or ... . 27 Nov. 1678. V.^, 



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Andrew Bellcunv 



1 52 1 -1869. William Bendlowes 114 



Bellamy, Andrew (Bellamye), yeoman, and 
Mabel Warde, of Latton, co. Essex, widow of 
Francis Warde, late of same, gent., gen. lie, 
1 Jan. 159f. B. 

Bellamy, Edmund, cordwainer, and Elizabeth 
Lawe, widow of Thomas Lawe — at St. Giles, 
Cripplegate, London. 20 Oct. 1618. B. 

Bellamy, Edward, of Fariot, co. Huntingdon, 
bachelor, 22, and Anne Godfrey, spinster, 
daughter of John Godfrey, of Houghton and 
Witton, said county, gent., who consents — at 
Sawtry, co. Huntingdon, Wood Newton, co. 
Northampton, or Caxton, co. Cambridge. 23 
Nov. 1669. F. 

Bellam.y, Martin, of Laneham, Notts, bachelor, 
27, and Anne Barnby, of Rampton, said county, 
widow — at Haniton, North Willinshaw, or 
Swinderby, said county. 13 May, 168i. F. 

Bellam.y, Peter (Bellamye), and Margaret 
Bellamio, of St. Peter, Cornhill, gen. lie, 12 
Dec. 1562. B. 

Bellamy, Robert, of Chesthunt, Herts, tailor, 
and Lucy Robson, spinster, daughter of 
— Robson, deceased — at St. Faith, London. 
4 Jan. 162f. B. 

Bellam.y, Thomas (Belamy), gent., of St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields, bachelor, 30, and Katherine 
Holland, of Langley, Bucks, spinster, 27 — at 
St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, or St. 
John Zachary, London. 11 March, 161f. B. 

Bellamy, William, (Bellamye), and Margaret 
Pople, spinster, of Watford, Herts — to marry 
there. 16 May, 1576. B. 

Bellam.y, William, (Bellamye), of Finchley, Mid- 
dlesex, and Anne Downer, spinster, of Northal), 
in said county, at Finchley. 18 Dec. 1576. 
B. 

Bellamy, William (Bellamye,) gent., of Hadley, 
Middlesex, and Hester Lighte, spinster, of St. 
Sepulchre, daughter of Henry Lighte, of 
Lightseawe, co. Somerset, esq., gen. lie., 18 
June, 1586. B. 

Bellam.y, William, and Jane Milhier, of city of 
Westminster, spinster. 23 Feb. 163^. D. 

Bellas, Richard, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields,gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Frances Hols worth, of 
St. Botolph, Aldersgate, spinster, about 20, her 
parents dead — at All Hallows Barking or St. 
Catherine Cree Church. 20 Jan. 167^. V. 

Bellew, James, gent., of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
widower, 42, and Elizabeth Gosterlowe, of 
same, spinster. 30, her father's consent — at St. 
James, Duke Place. 1 Oct. 1634. B. 

Belley, Thomas of St. Andrew, Holborn, London, 
victualler, and Mary Blakesley, of same, 
spinster, daughter of Thomas Blakesley, of 
the city of Leicester, tailor — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn, aforesaid. 28 May, 1624. B. 

Bellinger, William, and Dorothy Ferrybye, widow, 
of St. Mary-at-Hill, to marry there. 29 Jan. 
157^.. B. 

Bellingham., Bolles, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, 22, and Elizabeth Collins, of St. 
Giles-in-the-Fields, spinster, 22 — at own 
disposal — at St. Martin, Ludgate. 30 Nov. 
1696. B. 

Belliiig'liam, James, of Levens, co. Westmoreland, 
esq., widower, about 50, and Mrs. Dorothy 
Harrington, of Whaley, co. Lancaster, spinster, 
about 35, alleged by Sir Ralph Assheton, of 
Whaley aforesaid, bart. — at Whaley aforesaid. 
10 June, 1674. V. 
Bellowe, Richard, of St. Brigitt, and — 
Cave, widow, of St. Danstan-in-the-West, 
London — at St. Dunstan aforesaid. 29 Jan. 
156t. B. 



Bellowe, Roger, of the City of London, brewer, 
and Ellen Rookes, spinster, of St. Mary 
Abchurch, London, daughter of Martin Rookes, 
late of same, clothworker, deceased, gen. lie., 
1 July, 1589. B. 

Belsham, Jonathan, of Fulham, co. Middlesex, 
waterman, and Elizabeth Bowles, of St. 
Michael, Queonhithe, London, widow — at St. 
Peter, Paul's Wharf. 2 Oct. 1661. B. 

Belt, Daniel, of All Hallows, Bread Street, citizen 
and grocer, of London, bachelor, about 30, and 
Anne West, of St. Peter-ad-Vincuhi, London, 
spinster, 20, daughter of Francis West the 
elder, of London, esq., who consents — at Farn- 
ham, Essex, or Bishop Stortford, or Hoddesden, 
00. Herts. 30 Aug. J 649. F. 

Balwood, Roger, of the Middle Temple, esq., 
bachelor, 30, and Dorothy Fothergill, of St. 
Dunstan-in-the-West, London, spinster, 18, 
daughter of Abraham Fothergill, of same, 
who consents — at St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
St. Sepulchre, or St. Andrew, Holborn, 
London. 7 Jan. 16|§. F. 

Bem.bo'w, Thomas, of St. Clement Danes, gent., 
bachelor, about 24, and Mary Clarke, of St. 
Paul, Covent Garden, spinster, about 19, 
consent of father, Thomas Clarke, gent. — at St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields. 13 Nov. 1662. V. 

Bemnant, Robert, husbandman, and Margaret 
Collyer, widow of Robert Collyer, of Purbright, 
CO. Surrey, tailor — at St. Michael, Queenhithe, 
London. 2 Sept. 1619. B. 

Benbowe, Nicholas of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
yeoman, and Elizabeth Welforde, of same, 
daughter of William Welforde, late of Banbury, 
CO. Oxon, glover, deceased — at Little All 
Hallows, Thames Street. 9 Aug. 1585. B. 

Benbrig'g', John, of Boram, co. Sussex, gent, 
bachelor, 27, and Mary Creed, of Watling, 
said county, spinster, above 22, daughter of 
Margaret Creed, of same, who consents — at St. 
Sepulchre , or St. Andrew, Holboru, London. 
3 Sept. 1688. F. 

Bendish, Heigham, gent., of East Ham, Essex, 
bachelor, 19, his guardian's consent, and Mrs. 
Audrey Harrison, of Balls, Herts, spinster, 18, 
father's consent — at St. Clement Danes. 12 
Feb. 169|. B. 

Bendish, Robert (Bendyshe), of Lincoln's Inn 
esq., widower, about 28, and Mrs. Frances 
Pochin, of Hackney, Middlesex, spinster, about 
28, and at own disposal — at St. Dunstan-in- 
the-East. 2 May, 1674. Y. 

Bendish., Thomas, of Bumpsted, at the Tower, co. 
Essex, gent., and Margery Greene, of Sampford, 
Parva, said county, spinster, daughter of Richard 
Greene, of same, gent., gen. lie, 7 June, 1592. B. 

Bendish, Thomas, of Bnmsted, Essex, gent., 
widower, about 40, and Anne Russell, of Bury 
St. Edmonds, co. Suffolk, widow, about 35 — 
at St James, in Bury St. Edmonds. 20 March, 
166^. V. 

Bendish, Thomas, of Gray's Inn, Middlesex, 
gent., bachelor, about 24, and Bridget Ireton, 
spinster, about 19, her parents dead, and she 
living with and at the disposing of Charles 
Fleetwood, esq., her father-in-law, of Stoke 
Newington, Middlesex, who consents — at 
Stoke Newington, Islington, or St. Leonard, 
Shoreditcb, Middlesex. 24 Aug. 1669. F. 

Bendish, Thomas, of St. Andrew, Holborn,, 
bachelor, 26, and Anne Ward, of Gestwick, co. 
Norfolk, spinster, 22, her parents dead — at St. 
Mary, Islington, Middlesex, or ... . 4 March, 
lb9|. F. 

Bendlowes, Wilham, jnn., gent., and Clara Smithe, 
spinster, gen. lie., 13 Feb. l^fg. B. 



115 William Bendlowes [1521-1869.] William Bennett 116 



Bendlowes.William, jun., gent., and Clare Smythe, 
spinster, of London diocese, gen lie., 24 June, 
1572. B. 

Bends, William, yeoman, and Mary Sickle, 
spinster, daughter of — Sickle, deceased — at St. 
George, Botolph Lane, London. 7 Aug. 1619. 

Benewell, Richard, and Sisley Harrison, widow 
—at St. Mary, Whitechapel. 18 March, 1572. 
B. 

Benfield, Eustace (Benncfoldo), of the City of 
London, gent., and Anno Draper, spinster, 
of St. Dunstan-in-thc-West, gen. lie, 4 June, 
1579. B. 

Benfield, Philip, gent., of Thoydon Garnon, 
Essex, widower, 50, and Mary Chamberlaine, 
of Longhton, Essex, widow, 30 — at St. Faith- 
the-Yirgin. 21 Aug. 1639. B. 

Bening'ton, John, and Grace Kyrkebye, spinster, 
of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, gen. lie, 5 Oct. 
1570. B. 

Benn, William, gent., of Much Munden, Herts, 
bachelor, 23, and Mary Spicer, alias Holder, 
spinster, 21, daughter of Robert Spicer, alias 
Helder, of Lilley, Herts, gent., who consents 
— at St. Anne, Blaokfriars, or St. Gregory. 
22 Oct. 1627. B. 

BeHnett, Anthony, of St. Andrew, Holborn, and 
Anne Gouldwell, spinster, of same, at St. 
Martin-in-the-Pields. 10 Nov. 1579. B. 

Bennett, Anthony, fishmonger, and Agnes White, 
widow, of St. Andrew, Holborn, relict of John 
White, late of same, messenger, deceased, 
gen. lie, 26 Sept. 1584. B. 

Bennett, Charles, of Christchurch, London, 
widower, 26, and Elizabeth Driden, of same, 
spinster, 30, at her own disposing — at St. 
Alphage, London. 12 Jan. 168f.F. 

Bennett, Christopher, gent., of St. Peter, in 
Marlborough, Wilts, and Joane Griffith, 
spinster, 21, her parentsdead — at St. Gregory, 
London. 23 Nov. 1633. B. 

Bennett, Clement, and Dorothy Lapwyche, 
widow, of Theydon Garnon, co. Essex, gen. 
lie, 19 Feb. 156|-. B. 

Bennett, Edward, and Joanna Wilson, of West- 
minster. 28 June, 1631. D. 

Bennett, Edward, jun., of Oxsted, co. Surrey, 
bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Frances Causton, 
of same, spinster, about 24, at her own dis- 
posal, alleged by John Causton, of same, gent. 
— at Chittingley or Wadhurst, co. Sussex. 4 
June, 1679. V. 

Bennett, Sir Humphrey (Bennet), knight, of 
Petersfield, co. Southampton, widower, about 
50, and the Lady Elizabeth Norton, of Rother- 
field, said county, widow, about 30 — at St. 
Clement Danes. 11 Feb. 166^. V. 

Bennett, James, of city of Salisbury, Wilts, 
merchant, widower, about 40, and Jane Drake, 
of Blandford, Dorset, widow — at Blandford 
aforesaid. 8 June, 1669. V. 

Bennett, James, of Truro, co. Cornwall, gent., 
bachelor, about 20, his parents consent, and 
Susanna Earle, of same, spinster, about 19, 
her father consents — at Gvvennopp St. 
Clement, Kenwin, or Ruan Lainhorne, said 
county. 12 Feb. 167f. V. 

Bennett, John (Benet), and Edith Blagge, of 
Warmyster, diocese of Sarum. 15 Dec. 1546. 
• P. 

Bennett, John, of St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, Lon- 
don, woodmonger, and Johanna Harryson, of 
.St. Nicholas Olave, London, widow of William 
Harryson, late of same, yeoman, deceased, 
gen. lie, 20 Aug. 1588. B. 



Bennett, John, and Mary Steai-ne, of city of 
Westminster, spinster. 25 July, 1643. D. 

Bennett, Sir John, knight of tlie Bath, of Harling- 
ton, Middlesex, bachelor 40, and the Right 
Hon. Elizabeth, Countess Dowager of Mul- 
grave, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, widow, 43 
— at St. Andrew Undershaft, London. 21 Oct. 
1061. F. 

Bennett, John, of St. Dionis Backchurch, 
bachelor, about 25, and Martha Keeble, of 
All Saints, Croting, co. Suffolk, spinster, about 
20, consent of father, Nathaniel Keeble, of 
same, gent., alleged by Bennett Allett, of St. 
Gabriel, Fenchurch, London, pewterer — at 
St. Peter, in Stowmarket, co. SufEolk. 30 July, 
1061. V. 

Bennett, Sir John (Benet), knight of the Bath, 
of Dawley, co. Middlesex, widower, and 
Bridget Howe, spinstei", about 20, daughter of 
John Howe, of Langer, co. Notts, esq., who 
consents — at Harlington or any other church 
in CO. Middlesex. 1 May, 1673. F. 

Bennett, John, of Tebmarsh, co. Essex, esq., 
bachelor, 44, and Anna Tayler, of St. Botolph, 
Bishopsgate, London, spinster, 30, at her own 
disposal — at All Hallows-in-the-Wall. 14 Nov. 
1087. F. 

Bennett, Peter, and Barbara Wood, spinster, of 
Stepney. 6 Feb. 157|. B. 

Bennett, Peter, of Ratcliffe, parish of Stepney, 
mariner, and INIargaret Hill, of Limehouse, 
said parish, spinster, daughter of William Hill, 
of same, mariner — at Stepney aforesaid. 2S 
May, 1595. B. 

Bennett, Richard, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
London, joiner, and Susan Bishop, of same, 
widow of — Bishop, poulterer — at All Saints, 
Honey Lane, London. 12 Nov. 1619. B. 

Bennett, Sir Richard (Benet), knight and bart., 
of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, bachelor, 21, and 
Madam Elizabeth Caesar, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, spinster, 16, consent of Dr. Fisher, 
her guardian, her father, Sir Charles Caesar, 
knight, being dead — at St. Andrew, Holborn. 
22 June, 1695. B. 

Bennett, Roger, of the Inner Temple, esq., 
bachelor, 23, and Johanna Marshall, of Trinity, 
Minories, London, about 21, and a widow, 
whose pai'ents are dead, and she at her own 
disposal — at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middle- 
sex, or the Royal Chapel at Whitehall. 20 
Nov. 1688. F. 

Bennett, Thomas, silk weaver, and Anne 
Goborne, of St. Sepulchre, London, spinster, 
daughter of John Goborne, of same, merchant 
taylor — at St. Sepulchre aforesaid. 10 Jan. 
159f B. 

Bennett, Thomas, Doctor of Laws, and Thomazine 
Dethicke, spinster. 27 Dec. 1638. D. 

Bennett, Thomas, of St. Saviour, Southwark, 
Surrey, bachelor, 25, and Dorothy Jemmett, 
of Stratford Langton, Essex, widow, 40— at 
St. Saviour aforesaid. 26 Feb. 166|. F. 

Bennett, Thomas, of city of New Sarum, gent., 
bachelor, about 22, and Elizabeth Downham, 
of ye Close of ye Canons of ye cathedral 
church of Sarum aforesaid, spinster, about 24, 
consent of their parents— at Stratford-subter- 
Castrum, or Orchard, co. Dorset. 18 Jan. 
167J. V. 

Bennett, William, and Elizabeth Bownde, 
spinster, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate — at All 
Hallows Steyning. 22 Feb. 157f. B. 

Bennett, William, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
shoemaker, and Mary Lee, spinster, daughter 
of Thomas Lee, late of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
innholder, deceased — at St. Andrew, Holborn, 
aforesaid. 2 Oct. 1618. B. 



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Bennett, William, clerk, curate of Wenniiigton, co. 
Essex, and Jane Hales, spinster, of Upminster, 
said county — at Wennington aforesaid. 30 
June, 1625. B. 

Bennett, William, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
vintner, and Jane Millman, of same, ■widow of 
Roger Millman — at St. Bride, London. 2 Jan. 
162f. B. 

Bennett, William, of St. James, Westminster, 
about 2G, bachelor, and Ann Blake, of same, 
spinster, 26 — at All Hallo ws-the- Great, 
Thames Street. 23 Oct. 1721. B. 

Benning, Ambrose (Bening), of Hardwick, co. 
Cambridge, gent., widower, about 50, and 
Barbara Bettesworth, of Islington, Middlesex, 
spinster, about 40 — at Islington aforesaid. 
9 Nov. 1671. V. 

Benningf, John, of Berkhamstead, Herts, bachelor, 
and Judith Hudson, of Albrey, said county, 
spinster — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 
22 Nov. 1661. B. 

Bennison, John, carpenter, and Katherine 
Pierson, spinster, of City of London — at St. 
Stephen, Coleman Street. 6 June, 1583. B. 

Bennold, William, gent., of Hockley, Essex, 
bachelor, 24, and Mary Camber, of South 
Bomfleet, said county, 30, widow of Jeremy 
Camber, sailor, deceased— at South Bemfleet 
aforesaid. 19 Oct. 1616. B. 

Benrois, John, gent., and Mary Castle, of St. 
Mary-le-Strand, London, spinster, daughter 
of — Castle, of Flanders beyond seas — at 
Chiswick, co. Middlesex. 1 July, 1619.B. 

Bense, Mr. John, of St. Bride, bachelor, about 30, 
and Elizabeth de la Haye, of same, spinster, 
about 30, and at own disposal — at St. Gregory 
or St. Bride, London. 16 Oct. 1663. V. 

Benskin, Francis, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, esq., ^vidower, and Frances James, of 
.... CO. Kent, widow— at any church or 
chapel in the diocese of London. 9 June, 
1664. F. [On leaf at beginning of volume.] 

Benson, Edward, of St. Giles, Cripplegato, citizen 
and merchant taylor, bachelor, about 24, and 
Anne Titchbourne, of Dover, Kent, spinster, 
about 21, her father's consent — at St. Giles, 
Cripplegate. 10 Aug. 1669. V. 

Benson, George, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
cutler, and Johonna Webster, of same, spinster 
—at Trinity-the-Less, London. 1 Sept. 1582. 
B. 

Benson, Henry, of Knaresburgh, co. York, gent., 
bachelor, 54, and Elizabeth Dearlove, of sanie, 
40, widow of John Dearlove, late of same, 
gent. — at Funeham or Humpswaite, co. 
York. 2 April, 1633. F. 

Benson, John, and Jane Hosier, spinster, of St. 
Matthew, Friday Street — at St. Mary Stain- 
ing. 9 May, 1578. B. 

Benson, John, of Westminster, bachelor, and 
Frances Bowyer, of same, spinster — at St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 27 March, 1624, 
D. 

Benson, John, of Betsworth, Sui-rey, clerk, 
bachelor, about 32, and Mrs. Elizabeth Pace, 
of same, spinster, about 22, her father's con- 
sent — at St. Olave, St. Thomas, St. George, or 
St. Saviour, Southwark, Surrey. 11 Sept. 1677. 
V. 

Benson, Matthew, of St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, 
London, imbroiderer, bachelor, 33, and Susan 
Cage, of Layton, Herts, spinster, 23, daughter 
of Daniel Cage, esq., of same, who consents, 
as attested by his son, Edward Cage, of 
London, haberdasher — at St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex. 12 Oct. 162L B. 



Benson, Richard, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
bricklayer, and Margaret Hasam, of same, 
sjainster — at same. 4 April, 1607. D. 

Benson, Richard, of Brocklesby, co. Lincoln, 
bachelor, 34, and Elizabeth Settle, of same, 
spinster, 25 — at Brocklesby aforesaid. 21 Dec. 
1689. F. 

Benson, Timothy, of Aldenhara, Herts, gent., 
bachelor, and Katherine Cradock, of St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf, London, widow — at St. Bar- 
tholomew-the-Less, West Smithfield, London. 
24 July, 1623. B. 

Bent (Bente), John, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
and Jane Castell, widow, of St. Michael, 
Queenhithe — at Ware. 5 Dec. 1576. B. 

Bent, Robert, and Elizabeth Martin, of city of 
Westminster, spinster. 6 April, 1638. D. 

Bent, William, of Kensington, Middlesex, esq., 
bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth Sawbridgo, of St. 
Bride, London, spinster, 22, with consent of 
her guardians — at Kensington aforesaid, or 
.... 2 Oct. 16S6. F. 

Bentham, Joseijh, of Hackney, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 26, and Margaret Duncombe, of 
Knebworth, Herts, spinster, 25, at her own 
disposal — at St. Paul, Walden, or Knebworth, 
Herts. 7 Aug. 1685. F. 

Bentham, Samuel, of Ely, gent., bachelor, about 
25, and Ruth Allestry, of St. Mary-le-Bow, 
London, spinster, about 24, at her own dis- 
posal — at St. James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex. 
29 May, 1678. V. 

Bentham, Samuel, of Knebworth, Herts, clerk, 
widower, about 42, and Mrs. Elizabeth Fawcet, 
of Kimpton, said county, spinster, about 21, 
her father's cousent — at St. Clement Danes, 
or St. Dunstan-in-the-West. 10 Feb. 166^. 
V. 

Bentinck, the Right Hon. William, Earl of 
Portland, widower, and the Right Hon. Jane, 
Lady Dowager Berkeley, Baroness of Stratton, 
widow — at any church or chapel, or other 
convenient place. 9 May, 1700. F. 

Bentinck, Hon. William Henry (Benting), of St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, bachelor, 22, and Hon. 
Lady Elizabeth Noel, of Twittenham, Middle- 
sex, spinster, about 16, her parents dead, 
consent of guardians — at Chiswick. 8 June, 
1704. B. 

Bentley, John (Bentlie), citizen and cordwainer, 
of London, bachelor, " ac sui juris," and 
Elizabeth Eyvers, spinster, daughter of — 
Eyvers, husbandman, deceased — at St. 
Catherine Cree Church, London. 13 Jan. 161f. 

Bentley, John, of St. Margaret Moses, London, 
haberdasher, and Elizabeth Fermingham, of 
St. Martin-in-the-Vintry, Loudon, spinster — at 
St. Michael, Queenhithe, London. 29 March, 
1626. B. 

Bentley, John, of the Inner Temple, bachelor, 25, 
and Magdalen Baskervile, of St. Mary, Alder- 
manbury, London, spinster, 22, her parents 
dead — at St. Bride, London, or St. Giles-in- 
the-Fields, Middlesex. 28 Oct. 1687. P. 

Bentley, Thomas, bricklayer, and Winifred Farrell, 
spinster, daughter of — Farrell, deceased — 
at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 12 May, 
1624. B. 

Bentley, Thomas, of Westminster, bachelor, and 
Winifred Ferrell, alias Ferrand, of St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields, spinster— at St. Margaret, West- 
minster. 13 May, 1624. D. 

Benton, Edward, of Chigwell, Essex, gent., 
bachelor, about 28, and Sarah Burton, of 
same, widow, about 33— at Chigwell, Wanstead, 
or Lamborne, co. Essex. 7 Oct. 1668. V. 



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Benton, Jerome, of St. Andrew Hubbard, London, 
turner, and Isabel Cowper, of St. Margaret, 
Lothbury, spinster, daughter of John Cowper, 
of Huntingdon, co. Huntingdon, baker, gen. 
lie, 21 July, 1589. B. 

Benwell, Kichard, 1572. See Benewell. 

Benwell, Walter, and Johanna Barnes, widow, 
diocese of Loudon. 21 Feb. 154^. F. 

Benyon, (ieorge (Bennyon), and Elizabeth Hack- 
ford, spinster. 4 May, 1666. D. 

Berckbett, Kichard, of Wansted, Essex, and 
Blanche Willson, daughter of Nicholas Willson, 
late of same, deceased — at Woodford, co. 
Essex. 15 Oct. 1603. B. 

Berdesey, Richard, and " Emota " Partryche, of 
the City of London, gen. lie, 27 June, 1561. 
B. 

Bere, Kinard do la, of Bishop's Cleeve, co. 
Gloucester, esq., bachelor, 30, and Mrs. 
Hester Neale, of Barking, Essex, spinster, 20, 
with consent of her mother, Hester Neale, 
widow, alleged by John Meynell, of St. Giles, 
Cripplegate, London, draper, and by Thomas 
de la Bere — at St. Matthew, Friday Street, 
London, or ... . 23 May, 1699. F. 

Bere, Robert, 1546. See Abere ; see also Beere. 

Beresford, Christopher (Berisford), of Fulbeck,co. 
Lincoln, gent., bachelor, about 24, and Mary 
Morgan, of Skedlesby, said county, spinster, 
about 18, daughter of Thomas Morgan, of 
same, gent., who consents, as attested by 
Edward Skip with, of Boothby, said county, 
clerk, alleged by John Milward, of the Close 
of Lincoln, gent. — at Thimbleby, Thornton, or 
South Grimsby, co. Lincoln. 5 Oct. 1647. F. 

Beresford, Edward (Berrysford), of Sudbrook 
Holme, CO. Lincoln, esq., bachelor, about 26, 
and Victory Whitney, of Wellington, co. 
Hereford, widow, about 30 — at St. James, 
Clerkenwell, or St. Leonard, Shoreditch. 
4 July, 1670. Y. 
Beresford, the Most Hon. Henry, Marquis of 
Waterford, bachelor, above 21, and the Right 
Hon. Susanna Hussey Carpenter, spinster, 
above 21, spec, lie, 21 Aug. 1805. F. 

Beresford, Mathew (Berrisford), of St. Sepulchre, 
London, citizen and skinner, bachelor, about 
29, and Barbara Hoar, of same, spinster, about 
18, her father's consent — at Islington, Middle- 
sex. 8 Feb. 167f Y. 

Beresford, Randolph, of Fulraigne, co. London- 
derry, esq., bachelor, about 27, and Mrs. 
Catherine Annesley, of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, spinster, about 20, consent of Dame 

, Viscountess of Valentia, her father dead 

— at St. Martin, Ironmonger Lane, London. 
20 Feb. 1661. V. 

Beresford, Richard (Berisford), of St. Botolph, 
Aldgate, London, merchant, widower, and 
Benedict Hull, of St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, 
London. 17 Nov. 1637. B. 

Beresford, Thomas, citizen and haberdasher, of 
London [of the parish of St. Edmund, Lombard 
Street, Vic. -Gen. book], bachelor, 28, and 
Clemence Willoughbie, spinster, about 21, her 
parents dead, she now living with Kellham 
Willoughbie, esq., of Rickmansworth, Herts, 
who consents — at Rickmansworth aforesaid. 
6 April, 1620. B. 

Beresford, William (Berisford), of St. Bar- 
tholomew Exchange, London, merchant, 
bachelor, about 33, and Mrs. Anno Kettlewell, 
of Illford, Essex, spinster, about 18, consent 
of mother, Mrs. Tabitha Kettlewell, of same, 
widow — at St. James, Duke's Place, London. 
8 Nov. 1676. V. 



Beriffe, Thomas, of St. Mary Magdalene, Milk 
Street, London, citizen and merchant taj-lor, 
bachelor, about 31, and Mrs. Damaris Cary, 
of Gracechurch Street, London, spinster, 
about 2i, and at own disposal — at Greenwich, 
Kent. 22 Dec. 1677. V. 

Bering'ton, Richard, gent., of St. John, Clerken- 
well, bachelor, 28, son of Randall Berington, 
late of Warningham, co. Chester, deceased, 
and Joice Parker^ of St. John, Clerkenwell, 
maiden, daughter of Thomas Parker, of 
Northlache, co. Gloucester, gent., who con- 
sents, as also Sir Roger Wilbraham, knight, 
one of the Masters of the Requests, and the 
Lady Mary Wilbraham, his wife, with whom 
they both dwell — at St. John, Walbrook, 
London. 1 July, 1613. B. 

Berkeley, the Hon. Sir Charles, K.B., son and 
heir apparent of the Right Hon. George, 
Lord Berkeley, of Berkeley Castle, co. 
Gloucester, bachelor, about 27, and Hon. 
Elizabeth Noel, daughter of the Right Hon. 
Baptist, Viscount Campden, of Exton, co. 
Rutland, spinster, about 22, at her own 
disposal — at Exeter aforesaid. 16 Aug. 1677. 
Y. 

Berkeley, Edward (Berkley), of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, Middlesex, esq., about 35, and 
Elizabeth Holies, spinster, only daughter of 
Gervase Holies, Master of the Requests — at 
St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 25 May, 
1664. F. [On leaf at beginning of volume.] 

Berkeley, the Rev. George, D.D., of St. Paul, 
Covent Garden, bachelor, above 30, and Ann 
Forster, of St. James, Westminster, spinster, 
above 21 — at St. Clement Danes. 19 July, 
1728. B. 

Berkeley, Henry, of the Inner Temple, gent., 
bachelor, 26, and Dorothy Middleton, of St. 
James, Middlesex, spinster, 23 — at St. James 
aforesaid, or ... . 22 Dec. 1702. F. 

Berkeley, Herbert (Berkley), of St. Benet Fink, 
London, bachelor, 28, and Elizabeth Aston, of 
St. Dunstan-in-the-West, spinster, 29, her 
parents dead, with consent of her mother-in- 
law, Mary Aston, and her brother, Edward 
Aston — at St. Mildred, in the Poultry, London, 
or Lincoln's Inn chapel. 13 Feb. 166f . F. 

Berkeley, Sir John, 1580. See Bartelet. 

Berkeley, Robert, of Petersfield, co. South- 
ampton, bachelor, 26, and Katherine Welden, 
of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, spinster, 26, 
at her own disposal — at St. Botolph aforesaid, 
St. Catherine, by the Tower of London, or St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 8 Jan. 169^. F. 

Berkes, John, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middle- 
sex, fishmonger, and Joane Cason, of same, 
widow of Thomas Cason-^at St. Mary, White- 
chapel, aforesaid. 26 Oct. 1625. B. 

Berkett, Martin, and Elizabeth Robynson, widow, 
of the City of London, gen. lie, 29 June, 1573. 
B. 

Bernard, Benjamin (Bernerd), clerk, rector of 
East Horndon, co. Essex, and Alice Hollis, 
spinster, of St. Mildred, Bread Street, London, 
daughter of Ralph Hollis, late of Chesterfield, 
CO. Derby, locksmith, deceased — at East Horn- 
don aforesaid. 6 May, 1608. B. 

Bernard, Charles, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, chirurgeon, bachelor, about 26, and 
Mrs. Susanna Gardner, of St. Sepulchre, 
London, spinster, about 16, with consent of 
her guardians, the Lord Mayor and coiu-t of 
aldermen, her parents being dead — nt St. 
Mary, Aldermanbury. 12 May, 1679. V. 



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Bernard, Christopher (Bernerd), of St. Andrew, 
Holboru, and Alice Coxsedge, of Shoreditch — 
at .Shoreditch aforesaid. 6 July, 1551. B. 
Bernard, Sir John, bart., of Brampton, co. 
Huntingdon, widower, and Grace Shuckbnrgh, 
spinster, 30, at her own disposal — at Brampton 
aforesaid, or any church or chapel in co. 
Northampton. 11 Aug. 1670. F. 
Bernard, Richard, of Petsoe, Bucks, gent., 
widower, 26, and Anna Corderoy, spinster, 22, 
daughter of Mr. — Corderoy, esq., deceased — 
at St. Andrew-in-the-Wardrobe. 24 Nov. 163 1. 
B. 
Bernard, Eichard, of Wood-Hall Grange, co. 
Beds, gent., bachelor, about 19, consent of his 
father, John Bernard, of same, gent., and 
Elizabeth Lee, of Dunstable, Beds, spinster, 
about 23, her father's consent — at Newport, 
Bucks, Flamsted, co. Herts, St. Sepulchre, 
London, or Tingrey, co. Beds. 26 Nov. 1672. 
V. 
Bernard, William, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, apothecary, widower, about 30, 
and Mrs. Jane Blagrave, of same, spinster, 
about 19, with her father's consent — at St. 
Giles aforesaid. 2S March, 1679. V. 
Berners, Arthur, 1564. See Earners. 
Berners, Hatton, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
esq., bachelor, about 2-1-, and Mrs. Bridget 
Leach, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster, 
about 20, consent of mother, — Higgins, alias 
Leach — at Gruell, co. Southampton. 4 June, 
1672. V. 
Berners, James, of Wormley, Herts, gent., 
bachelor, 22, and Mrs. Mary Robinson, of 
Chesthnnt, said county, spinster, 17, her 
father's consent — at St. Bartholomew-the- 
Great or Less, St. Andrew, Holborn, or St. 
Bride. 12 Nov. 1677. B. 
Berners, William, of Gray's Inn, Middlesex, 
gent., and Elizabeth My lies, of Thunbridge, 
Herts, widow of Thomas Mylles, late of same, 
yeoman — at St. Mary-at-Hill, London. 1 
Feb. 159f. B. 
Berney, John, &c. See Barney. 
Berney, John, of King's Lynn, co. Norfolk, gent., 
widower, 32, and Sarah Plater, of Brill, co. 
Bucks, spinster, above 21, with consent of her 
mother, Dorothy Plater, of same, widow — at 
Brill aforesaid, or ... . 19 June, 1695. F. 
Berney, William, esq., and Bridget Coke, spinster, 
daughter of Sir Edward Coke — at Stondon, co. 
Herts. 4 Jan. 161|. B. 
Berridge, William, clerk, M.A., rector of Kib- 
worth, CO. Leicester, bachelor, 25, and Dorothy 
Secheverell, spinster, 17, daughter of Ambrose 
Secheverell, clerk, vicar of Over Todmorton, 
CO. Oxford, who consents, alleged by George 
Beridge, of Furnival's Inn, gent. — at Kib- 
worth or Upper Todmorton aforesaid. 26 
Feb. 163|. F. 
Berriman, John, of Rotchford, co. Essex, fish- 
monger, bachelor, about 28, and Mary Gut- 
teridge, of same, spinster, about 20, with con- 
sent of her grandmother and guardian, Mary 
Monck, her parents dead — at Rochford afore- 
said. 31 May, 1679. Y. 
Berrow, John, of BlickUng, co. Norfolk, clerk, 
bachelor, about 28, and Elizabeth Byfield, of 
Long Ditton, Surrey, spinster, about 24, con- 
sent of father, Richard Byfield, rector of Long 
Ditton aforesaid^at St. Bennet, Gracechurch, 
London, or ... . 26 Feb. 166i. V. 
Berroiv, John, of Mitcham, Surrey, clerk, 
widower, about 40, and Mary Boughton, of 
same, spinster, about 30 — at St. Mary Wool- 
noth, London. 12 Feb. 167|. V. 



Berry, Hugh, gent., of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
bachelor, 22, and Margaret Denham, of same, 
spinster, 22, consent of father, Roger Den- 
ham, of Hinton St. George, Somerset, 
yeoman— at St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish 
Street. 8 June, 1641. B. 

Berry, John, of Battersea, co. Surrey, gardener, 
widower, 25, and Sarah Stevenson, spinster, 
18, daughter of Edward Stevenson, deceased, 
with consent of her mother, Jane Hockutt, of 
Battersea aforesaid — at Battersea aforesaid. 
1 Sept. 1666. F. 

Berry, John, of Philpott Lane, London, gent., 
widower, about 40, and Mrs. Anne Wolseley, 
of Wolseley, co. Stafford, spinster, about 20, 
her father's consent — at Wolseley aforesaid. 
4 Dec. 1674. V. 

Berry, Richard (Bery), and Agnes Benyfolde, of 
Loudon. May, 1548. F. 

Berry, Richard (Berrie), of London, haberdasher, 
and Rebecca Gardner, of St. Anne and Agnes, 
Aldersgate, widow of William Gardner, late of 
same, merchant taylor, gen. lie, 12 Feb. 159^. 
B. 

Berry, Richard (Berrie), of St. Sepulchre, 
London, yeoman, and Margaret Lyes, of St. 
Catherine Cree Church, widow of John Lyes, 
late of same, cooper — at St. Leonard, Shore- 
ditch. 19 Aug. 1594. B. 

Berry, Thomas, of St. Margaret, Lothbury, 
clothier, bachelor, 23, and Bethia Harrison, of 
same, spinster, 23, daughter of George 
Harrison, late of St. Laurence Pountney, 
gent., deceased, consent of her mother, Eliza- 
beth Harrison — at the parish church of St. 
Alban, in St. Alban (sic) [ ? Wood Street.] 17 
Aug. 1633. B. 

Berry, Sir Thomas, of St. James, Westminster, 
widower, and Anne Vigarg, of same, widow — 
at same, or ... . 1 July, 1696. F. 

Berry, William, of Great All Hallows, Thames 
Street, London, vintner, and Mary Feildinge, 
of same, widow of John Feildinge, clerk, late 
rector of Loughton, co. Essex — at All Hallows 
aforesaid. 8 Oct. 1604. B. 

Bert, Thomas, of St. Mary Somerset, London, 
dyer, and Agnes Winter, of All Hallows 
Barking, widow of Peter Winter, late of same, 
Salter — at All Hallows Barking. 24 Oct. 
1603. B. 

Bertie, the Right Hon. James, Earl of Abingtou, 
of St. Margaret, Westminster, widower, 44, 
and the Right Hon. Dame Katherine, Vis- 
countess Wenman, of the kingdom of Ireland, 
of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, widow, 30, alleged 
by Hon. Robert Bertie, of Middle Temple, 
esq. — at Stanwell, Middlesex. 15 April, 1698. 
B. 

Bertie, the Hon. Robert, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, widower, and Elizabeth Bennett, of 
Babi'am, co, Cambridge, spinster, about 35, at 
her own disjjosal — at Babram aforesaid, or 
.... 28 Nov. 1682. P. 

Bertrand,Paul,of St.Mary,Savoy,Middlesex,bache- 
lor in divinity, about 28, and Mary Gribelin, of 
same, spinster, 18, daughter of Mary Gribelin, 
who consents — at the French church near the 
Savoy. 20 Oct. 1685. F. 

Besbridge, Henry, and Mary Higham, spinster, 
of Wansted, daughter of — Higham, of 
CO. Suffolk, esq.— at Wansted. 15 July, 1586. 
B. 



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Becliinoe, Couyei-s, of St. Michael, Coruhill, 
London, skinner, baclielor, about 25, and 
Rebecca Keinpson, of St. Catharine, near 
Tower of London, spinster, about 19, consent 
of father, Richard Kompson, of Anster, co. 
Warwick, gent. — at St. Mary, Islington, or St. 
Leonard, Shoreditch. 18 July, 1GG3. V. 
Bessey, Thomas, of St. Giles-iu-the-Fields, gent., 
bachelor, about 24, and Dorothy Wiugheld, of 
same, spinster, about 16, her parents dead — at 
St. Gregory, London. 27 Jan. 166|. V. 
Best, Ai-thur, of London, gent., bachelor, 30, and 
Sara Graves, of Daubury, Essex, spinster, 2G, 
daughter of John Graves, late of London, 
mercer, deceased, consent of her mother, the 
wife of — Wale, of Danbury aforesaid — 
at Daubury aforesaid. 22 Dec. 1612. B. 
Best, George, of the City of London, grocer, and 
Anne Ballard, spinster, daughter of James 
Ballard, of St. Ethelburgh, London, iron- 
monger — at St. James-in-the-Wall, London. 
10 March, 16i§. B. 
Best, John, of St. Mary Woolnoth, London, 
bachelor, 29, and Mrs. Sara Stanton, of St. 
Olave, Southwark, co. Surrey, spinster, 23, 
with consent of her father. Major Stanton — at 
Redderiff (Rotherhithe) , co. Surrey, or ... . 
16 April, 1697. F. 
Best, Nicholas, gent., of Mersham, Surrey, 
bachelor, 26, and Catherine Smith, spinster, 
24— at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, or St. 
Matthew, Friday Street. 21 Oct. 1645. B. 
Best, Nicholas, of Horsham, Sussex, esq., bachelor, 
about 40, and Mary Goring, of same, widow — 
at St. Benuet, Paul's Wharf, London. 15 
June, 1691. F. 
Best, Richard, of Handsworth, co. Stafford, esq., 
widower, about 50, and Elizabeth Baily, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, spinster, about 30, and at 
own disposal, alleged by Francis Best, of 
Handsworth aforesaid, gent. — at Barnett, co. 
Herts. 3 June, 1674. V. 
Best, William, bachelor, and — Barber, siainster. 

18 March, 167?. D. 
Bestney, Nicholas, gent., of Gray's Inn, bachelor, 
30, and Catherine Temple, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, spinster, 20, consent of her mother, a 
widow — in chapel of St. James-in-the-Wall. 
18 Jiine, 1634. B. 
Bestney, Robert (Bestneye), of Northawe, co. 
Herts, gent., and Helen Dove, of St. Michael, 
near St. Albans, said county, widow. 20 July. 
156f. F. 
Bestoe, Barnaby, and Johanna Wylkyns, widow, 
of St. Andrew, Eastcheap — to marry there. 
10 Nov. 1574. B. 
Beswycke, Robert, embroiderer, and Katherine 
Parkyns, spinster, of St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, 
London, daughter of John Parkyns, late of 
London, haberdasher, deceased — at St. Bennet 
aforesaid. 12 Dec. 1592. B. 
Betenson, Richard, and Elizabeth Osborn, of St. 

Faith, London, gen. lie. 20 Sept. 1562. B. 
Bethell, Walter, of Barton-upon-Humber, co. 
Lincoln, gent., bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. 
Frances Baynes, of Wicken, co. Northampton, 
spinster, about 19. 27 Nov. 1673. V. [Un- 
signed, unexecuted, and cz'ossed out.] 
Bethom, Thomas, now of the City of London, and 
Margaret Walliston, spinster, of Rislypp, co. 
Middlesex, daughter of — Walliston, of same, 
gent., gen. lie, 16 Jan. 159". B. 
Betteuham, Henry, of Pluckley, co. Kent, gent., 
bachelor, aged 24, and Elizabeth Tucke, of 
Hotficld, CO. Kent, aged about 30, widow of 
one Tucke, of same, gent.— at Hotficld or 
Pluckley aforesaid. 7 Dec. 1632. F. 



Betterton, Matthew, 1630. See Butterton. 

Betterton, Robert, of Westminster, yeoman, and 
Rebecca Carter, of same, spinster — at St. 
Leonard, Foster Lane. 27 Sept. 1604. D. 

Betterton, Thomas, of Westminster, gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Mary Saunderson. of 
St. Giles, Cripijlegate, spinster, about 25, 
consent of her mother, — Sanderson, widow, 
alleged by Enoch Darrack, of St. Pancras, 
Soper Lane, London, grocer — at Islington, 
Middlesex. 24 Dec. 1662. V. 

Bettesworth, Arthur, of Chithnrst, co. Sussex, 
gent., bachelor, about 28, and Elizabeth Hilton, 
of Horsham, said county, spinster, about 22, 
consent of father, Anthony Hilton, gent. — at 
Billinghurst, said county. 5 Feb. 167f . V. 

Bettesworth., Charles, gent., of Trotton, Sussex, 
bachelor, 23, son of Peter Bettesworth, late of 
same, deceased, and Margaret Juby, of St. 
Bride, spinster, 21, daughter of Thomas Juby, 
of Thoydon Mount, Essex, gent., who consents 
—at St. Bride. 18 April, 1635. B. 

Bettesworth, Christopher, of New Inn, Middle- 
sex, gent., bachelor, about 21, and Elizabeth 
Peckham, of Little Greene, co. Sussex, spinster, 
about 19, consent of father, Robert Peckham, 
of same, gent. — at Compton, East Marden, or 
North Marden, co. Sussex. 18 Dec. 1674. V. 

Bettesworth, Peter, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., 
bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. Katharine Morley, 
of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster, about 24, 
at own disposal — at St. Gregory, London. 
5 May, 1665. V. 

Bettesworth, Peter, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., 
widower, about 40, and Mrs. Elizabeth Roberts, 
of Hayes, Middlesex, spinster, about 24, at 
own disposal — at Hayes or Hornington, Middle- 
sex. 7 Jan. 16fg. V. 

Bettily, John (? Battely), of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, gent., bachelor, about 26, and Cathe- 
rine Rawkins, of same, spinster, about 24, and 
at own disposal — in parish church or chapel of 
Knightsbridge, Middlesex. 1 March 167|. V. 

Bettle, John, of Sandford Rivers, co. Essex, 
husbandman, and Dionisia Manser, of the 
same, spinster — at St. Mary Woolnoth, 
London. 8 Feb. 161f . B. 

Betton, John, rector of East Levant, co. Sussex, 
bachelor, about 38, and Susanna Heron, of 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, widow, 
about 34 — at St. Martin aforesaid. 16 June, 
1679. V. 

Betts, Benjamin, of Hillingdon, Middlesex, miller, 
and Ellen Maye, of Uxbridge, said county, 
widow of John Maye, late of same, cutler — at 
Hillingdon aforesaid. 1 Dec. 1603. B. 

Betts, John (Bettes), and Mary Seelie, spinster. 

7 Dec. 1586. D. 

Betts, John, gent., of Chartris, Isle of Ely, co. 
Cambridge, bachelor, 44, and Katherine 
Trippe, late of Kapham, co. Kent, and now of 
the diocese of London, widow, 24 — at St. 
Stephen, Coleman Street, London. 9 Sept. 
1626. B. 

Betty, John, of St. Clement Danes, upholsterer, 
widower, about 40, and Mary Shepheard, of 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, widow, about 33 — at 
St. Michael Royal, London, alleged by John, 
Taylor, of St. Giles -in -the -Fields, gent. 

8 Aug. 1666. V. 

Bevan, John, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, Loudon, 
carpenter, bachelor, and Susan Steward, of 
same, widow of William Steward, late of same, 
carpenter — at St. James-in-the-AVall, London. 
8 June, 1620. B. 



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Bevan, Rowland, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, white baker, and Elizabeth Robinson, 
of St. Clement, Eastcheap, London, spinster 
— at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 22 Sept. 
1624. B. 

Bevan, William (Bevyn), and Alicia Wylde, of 
Leachamstead, in the diocese of Lincoln. 30 
April, 154-i. F. 

Bevell, John, of City of London, hatmaker, and 
Elizabeth Lloyde, spinster, of St. Martin 
Orgar, daughter of William Lloyde, in " com. 
Walliae," yeoman — at St. Martin aforesaid. 
1 March, 158f. B. 

Beverley, James, of Graines Park, co. Huntingdon, 
esq., bachelor, about 21, and Mrs. Anne Dun- 
combe, of Sherrington, co. Bucks, spinster, 
about 18, her mother's consent, alleged by 
Thomas Beverley, of Graines Park aforesaid, 
esq. — at St. Paul, Covent Garden. 10 Feb. 
167f. V. 

Beverley, John, and Agnes Vyncent, spinster, of 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gen. lie, 7 Nov. 
1575. B. 

Beverley, John (Beaverlye), " uautam," and Anne 
Combarforde, of Stepney, Middlesex, widow 
of George Comberforde, late of same, " nauto," 
deceased — at Stepney. 20 March, 158^. B. 

Beverley, Oliver, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
25, and Jane Chare, spinster, about 15, of St. 
Gregory, London, daughter of John Chare, 
late of Wandsworth, co. Surrey, esq., deceased, 
with consent of her brother, Albion Chare, of 
the Inner Temple, esq. — at St. Lawrence, Old 
Jewry, St. Faith, or Lincoln's Inn Chapel, 
London. 3 Feb. 166|. F. 

Beverley, Robert, vicar of Kimbolton, co. Hunt- 
ingdon, bachelor, 27, and Sarah Browning, of 
same, widow, 39 — at Kimbolton, aforesaid, 
Little Stoneton, co. Beds, or Swinshead, co. 
Huntingdon. 26 Jan. 168f. F. 

Bevington, Richard, gent., of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, bachelor, 28, and Mary GriiSn, of 
Halstead, Essex, spinster, 32, with consent of 
her parents, alleged by Richard Griffin, gent., 
of the city of Westminster — at .... 
17 July, 1635. B. 

Bevis, Edward. See Beavys. 

Bevis, Francis, and Margaret Mighell, of Stepney, 
Middlesex, widow — at Stepney aforesaid. 4 
Aug. 1626. B. 

Bevis, Peter, of Wilmington, Sussex, gent., 
bachelor, about 23, and Mary Wade, of 
Jevington, said county, spinster aged 22, at 
own disposal — at Wilmington, Forkington, 
Jevington, or Arlington, said county. 22 
April, 1678. V. 

Bevis, Samuel, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, 
linendraper, bachelor, about 25, and Elizabeth 
Freeman, of same, spinster, about 20, with her 
father's consent — at St. Botolph aforesaid, 
Whitechapel, Middlesex, or St. Peter-le-Poor, 
London. 15 April, 1679. V. 

Bew, Edward, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
widower, about 50, and Mrs. Mary Ashen- 
hurst, of Rainsnett, co. Stafford, spinster, 
about 30, and at own disposal — at St. Mary 
Magdalene, Old Fish Street. 21 Nov. 1673. 
V. 

Bewe, Thomas, of Feltham, co. Middlesex, husband- 
man, and Jane Butler, widow of Christopher 
Butler, late of same, husbandman — at St. 
Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 13 June, 1621. 
B. 

Bewly (Bewlye), Thomas, and Agnes Sowthowson, 
of diocese of Canterbury. 15 April, 1547. F. 



Bewly, Thomas, of St. James, Clerkenwell, 
bachelor, about 23, and Alice Hunt, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, spinster, about 21, consent 
of father, Thomas Hunt, of St. Margaret, 
Westminster, gent., who alleges — jit St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, St. Clement Danes, St. 
Mary, Savoy, or St. Paul, Covent Garden. 21 
March, 167°. V. 

Bewnxond, George, and Elizabeth Lussher. 29 
Sept. 1546. F. 

Beyer, William, of St. Lawrence Pountney, Lon- 
don, merchant, bachelor, 30, and Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Wolfe, of Low Layton, Essex, spinster, 
21, daughter of John Wolfe, of same, gent., 
who consents — at Low Layton aforesaid, 
or ... . 8 April, 1700. F. 

Beyworthe, John, and Joyce Brentinge, widow, 
of St. Mary, Fenchurch, London — to marry 
there. 10 Feb. 156|.. B. 

Bicke, Thomas, of St. Catherine Crce Chux'ch, 
London, hosier, and Elizabeth Pooley, of St. 
Michael Basishaw, London, spinster, daughter 
of Robert Pooley, of same, perfumer — at St. 
Michael Basishaw, aforesaid. 16 Nov. 1618. B. 

BickerstaiFe, Edward, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
bachelor, 24, and Judith Coe, of St. Edmund- 
ye-King, spinster, 24, own disposal — at St. 
Edmund, aforesaid. 1 June, 1693. B. 

Bickerton, Hugh, of Egham, co. Surrey, gent., 
bachelor, 35, and Anne Foster, spinster, 
25, daughter of Dame Anne Foster, of same, 
widow, who consents — at Egham or Thorpe, 
CO. Surrey. 29 Jan. 166f. F. 

Bickerton, John, of St. Bride, London, saddler, 
and Anne Harrison, of St. Sepulchre, widow 
of Peter Johnson (sic), late of same, saddler, 
gen. lie, 9 July, 1594. B. 

Bickerton, Robert, of St. Sepulchre, yeoman, and 
Mary Rattsey, spinster, of St. Olave, Silver 
Street, gen. lie, 1 Feb. 158f. B. 

Bickforde, Thomas, of Savoy parish, blacksmith, 
and Elizabeth Whitbrooke, of same, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Whitbrooke, of same, 
merchant tailor — at St. Michael, Wood Street, 
London. 21 Dec. 1601. B. 

Bickley, John, of St. Michael, Cornhill, upholder, 
bachelor, about 24, and Gartrude Beresford, 
of Sevenoaks, Kent, spinster, about 20, con- 
sent of father, Tristram Beresford, of same, 
gent. — at Sevenoaks aforesaid. 22 Sept. 
1663. V. 

Bickley, John, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, London, 
musician, and Mary Brogden, of St. Michael 
Basishaw, London, spinster, daughter of John 
Brogden, late of the city of York, deceased — 
at St. Ethelburgh, London. 29 Jan. 160|. 
B. 

Bickley, Peter, of All Hallows Barking, London, 
clothworker, and Joan Poslett, of same, 
daughter of — Poslett, deceased. 14 Oct. 
1624. B. 

Bickmor, William, of Wethersfield, co. Essex, 
yeoman, and Johanna Scott, of same, spinster, 
daughter of James Scott, late of Newport, 
said county, tailor, deceased, gen. lie, 19 April, 
1592. B. 

Bicknell, Robert, of Famhani, co. Surrey, gent., 
bachelor, 27, and Mrs. Elizabeth Baker, of 
Birchden Place, Sussex, spinster, 21 and 
upwards, daughter of Mrs. Dorothea Baker, 
widow, who consents — at St. Dionis Back- 
church, London, or ... . 7 Dec. 1697. F. 

Bickton, Thomas, of St. Clement Danes, yeoman, 
and Agnes Williams, widow, of Barnett, Herts, 
—at Barnett aforesaid, 19 Dec. 1579. B. 



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1521-1869.J William Bignall 128 



Biddall, John, husbandman, and Catherine 
Walton, spinster, daughter of William Walton, 
of same, husbandman — at Stanvvdl, co. Mid- 
dlesex. 7 Aur,^ 1&>]. B. 

Biddle, John, of Chobham, co. Sarroy, gent., 
bachelor, 35, and Frances Hall, spinster, 21, 
daughter of William Itall, of same, gent., who 
consents — at We v bridge, said county. 13 Sept. 
1664. F. 

Biddulph, Anthony, of the Inner Temple, esq., 
bachelor, about 21, and Constance Hall, 
spinster, 21, daughter of Francis Hall, of Led- 
bury, CO. Hereford, esq., who consents — at 
Doiiington, co. Hereford. 10 May, 1680. F. 

Biddulpli, Michael, of Greenwich, co. Kent, esq., 
bachelor, 24, and Mary Whitley, spinster, 20, 
daughter of Colonel Roger Whitley, of St. 
Helen, London, who consents — at St. Helen, 
aforesaid. 30 Dec. 1678. F. 

Bidgood, Nicholas, of Knightsbridge, parish of St. 
Margaret, Westminster, and Alice Howe, of 
St. Clement Danes — at St. Margaret, West- 
minster. 8 Nov. 1606. D. 

Bidwell, Richard (Bydwell), and Cecilia Pasmere, 
of the diocese of Exeter, widow. 11 March, 
154|. F. 

Biiield, Richard, M.A., of Kingston-upon-Thames, 
widower, 28, and Mary Lancasheire, of St. 
Laurence, in Milk Street, London, spinster, 
21, consent of her mother, Mrs. Susan Lanca- 
sheire, widow — in the Lambes (?) chapel in 
Wood Street. 25 April, 1627. B. 

Bifield, Thomas (Byfeld), of St. Stephen Walbrook, 
London, skinner, widower, about 32, and Anne 
Braylesford, of same, spinster, about 25, with 
her mother's consent — at St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West, London, or ... . 18 Sept. 1678. V. 

Bifleete, John, of Hempsted, Essex, yeoman, 
and Cecily Stebbinge, spinster, of Terling, 
daughter of Edward Stebbinge, late of Fynche- 
fielde, deceased, gen. lie, 16 Aug. 1586. B. 

Biford, William, gent., of Inner Temple, bachelor, 
25, and Elizabeth Sexton, of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, spinster 18, daughter of Robert Sexton, 
of same, gent., and Mary Sexton, her mother, 
who consents— at St. Faith. 11 Dec. 1639. B. 

Bigfbey, Edward gent., of Halstead, Essex, 
bachelor, 26, and Frances Rayner, of Sarapford 
Magna, said county, spinster, 22, consent of 
father, Francis Rayner, gent. — at Braxted, 
Takely, or Tilty, co. Essex. 15 Jan. 164|. B. 

Biger, George, of St. Swithin, London, 
clothworker, and Agnes Troughton, of same, 
spinster, daughter of John Troughton, late of 
Whitcham, co. Cumberland, yeoman, deceased, 
gen. lie. 7 Oct. 1595. B. 

"Bigg, Edward (Bigge), St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
silkman, bachelor, 23, and Alice Markham, of 
same, spinster, 22, daughter of Gervas Mark- 
ham, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, gent., who 
consents, alleged by Edward Tavy, alias Mark- 
ham, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, barber-surgeon 
—at St. Alphage. 28 Nov. 1627. B. 

"Bigg, Henry (Bigge), gent., of Cressing Temple, 
Essex, bachelor, 24, and Anne Mildmay, of 
Tarling, Essex, spinster, 18, consent of her 
uncle, Mr. Robert Mildmay, esq., at whose 
disposal she is — at Tarling, or chapel of 
Brentwood, Essex. 20 May, 1637. B. 

Bigg, James, gent., bachelor, 27, and Anne 
Johnson, spinster, 29 — at Ealing, Middlesex. 
30 Jan. 163|. B. 

Bigg, Jerningham, gent., of Stepney Casey [Cause- 
way?] bachelor, 22, and Mary Tyler, of same, 
spinster, 22, her mother's consent — at Stepnej'. 
5 Oct. 1700. B. 



Bigg, John, of St. Bride, London, haberdasher, 
and Mary Frewin, of Kensington, Middlesex, 
spinster, daughter of John Frewin, of Northiam, 
CO. Susses, clerk — at Kensington nforo.'iaid. 
10 Juno, 1622. 15. 

Bigg, John, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., bachelor, about 
23, and Mrs. Katherine Martin, of Chelsea, 
Middlesex, spinster, 17, consent of mother, 
Mrs. Anne Martin, widow — -at St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, or Kensington, Middlesex. 20 Oct. 
1668. V. 

Bigg, Richard, gent., of St. Gilcs-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, 29, and the Hon. Dame Phebe Ley, 
of Weymonley, co. Herts, spinster, 25, 
daughter of the Right Hon. James, Earl 
of Marlborough, late Lord High Treasurer of 
England, deceased — at St. Mary Alderman- 
bury, St. Lawrence, Jury, or St. Faith. 
20 April, 1642. B. 

Bigg, Richard, of St. Anne, Bhickfriars, London, 
gent., bachelor, 25, and Frances Wor.sapp, of 
St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, spinster, 22, 
with her mother's consent — at St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex. 11 April 1676. F. 

Bigg, Thomas (Bigge), gent., of Staple Inn, 
bachelor, 27, and Sara Perrott, of Cadington, 
Beds, spinster, 30— at St. Dunstan-in the-West 
or St. Faith. 11 June, 1641. B. 

Bigg, Thomas (Bigge), of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
gent., 24, son of Thomas Bigge, of Newton, co. 
Norfolk, gent., and Anne Gosse, of St. Botolph, 
Aldgate, spinster, 22, daughter of Anthony 
Gosse, of same, gent., who consents — at All 
Hallows-in-the-Wall, or St. Faith, London. 16 
April, 1638. B. 

Bigg, Thomas (Bigge), of the city of Westminster, 
yeoman, and Anne Vamam, of same, widow 
— at St. Margaret, Westminster. 27 Feb. 
160f. D. 

Bigg, William, of Whitechapel, Middlesex, gent., 
bachelor, about 38, and Elizabeth Bancks, of 
St. Botolph, Aldgate, spinster, about 23, at 
own disposal — at St. Botolph, Aldgate, afore- 
said. 8 Nov. 1665. V. 

Biggs, Edward (Bigges), of Islington, Middlesex, 
yeoman, and Katherine Tomason, spinster, of 
same, daughter of — Tomasou, late of the city 
of Chester, yeoman, deceased, gen. lie, 21 Feb. 
1590. B. 

Biggs, John, of the Inner Temple, esq., bachelor, 
27, and Jane Fowle, of Petersfield, co. South- 
ampton, widow, 28— at Petersfield aforesaid, 
or Harden, Sussex. 23 May, 1664. F. 

Biggs, Richard (Byggs), and Joan Wonham, 
spinster, of St. Sepulchre, London, gen. lie, 
23 April, 1569. B. 

Biggs, Thomas (Bigges), of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
London, blacksmith, and Anne Finningham, 
widow, of same, relict of — Finningham, of 
same, glover, gen. lie, 17 Jan. 15§§. B. 

Biggs, William (Bigges), of Stepney, Middlesex, 
mariner, and Judith Phelixe, widow, of the 
City of Loudon, gen. lie., 15 Nov. 1587. B. 

Bigland, Edward, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
40, and Anne Richier, spinster, about 22, 
daughter of Peter Richier, of the bail of 
Liucolu, doctor of physic, who consents — at 
St. Martin, in Stamford, co. Lincoln, or St. 
Clement Danes, Middlesex. 28 May, 1669. F. 

Biglane, Richard, of Ware, co. Herts, yeoman, 
and Dionis Wright, of Stondon, spinster— at 
Ware aforesaid. 18 May, 1620. B. 

Bignall, William, of St. Nicholas Aeon, Loudon, 
barber, aud Mary Gad, spinster — at St. 
Nicholas aforesaid. 5 May, 1625. B. 



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Thomas Bilborougli 



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Thomas Bhitt 



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Bilboroug'li, Thomas (Bylborowc), of Furnival's 
Imi, f;'ci)t., and Ellenor Rutter, widow, of St. 
Micliacl, Qiicenhithc, ocn. lie, 11 Dec. 1574. B. 

BilclifF, Jlichard, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
yeoman, bachelor, 23, and Alice Movcrill, of 
same, spinster, 21, daughter of Godfrey 
Meverill, gent., of Tinsall, co. Derby, deceased 
—at St. Pancras. 22 Jan. 162|. B'. 

Bill, William, gent., of St. Martiu-iu-the-Fielde, 
• bachelor, 30, his parents dead long since, and 
Joane Cowell, of same, spinster, 20, daughter of 
John Cowell, of Branyard, co. Hereford, inn- 
holder, she attests that he will be glad of the 
marriage, as he is a poor man, &c. — at St. 
George, Botolph Lane, London. 13 Aug. 1617. 
B. 

Billan, Richard, of St. Peter, Cornhill, and Cle- 
mentina Gaywoode, of St. Mildred, Bread 
Street, spinster, gen. lie, 2 Feb. 156f . B. 

Billey, William, of St. Antholin, London, Salter, 
and Anne Gillman, of St. John, Walbrook, 
London, spinster, daughter of John Gillman, 
late of St. Albans, Herts, gent., deceased- — at 
St. John, Walbrook aforesaid. 30 Dec. 1618. 
B. 

Billey, William (Billic), of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, bachelor, and Anne Gillman, of St. 
John Street, Walbrook, Loudon, spinster — at 
St. Margaret, Westminster. 7 Jan. 161f. D. 

Eilling", John, of St. Mary-le-Strand, Middlesex, 
ironmonger, bachelor, about 23, and Anne 
Maydwell, of Ashley, co. Northampton, 
spinster, about 25, and at own disposal — at St. 
Saviour, Southwark, St. Catherine Coleman, 
or St. Anne and Agnes, London. 9 Nov. 1663. 
V. 

Billing, Thomas, gent., of St. Andrew, Holboru, 
widower, 54, and Luce Ball, of same, widow, 
47— at St. Faith. 5 May, 1642. B. 

Billingsley, John, of Christchurch, London, 
bachelor, 24, and Ann Devenish, of St. 
Dunstan-in-the-West, spinster, 22, daughter 
of Robert Devenish, of same, gent., who con- 
sents — at Great St. Bartholomew, London. 
8 Aug. 1663. F. 

Billingsley, William, gent., bachelor, 22, son of 
Henry Billingsley, of ye City of London, 
draper, who consents, and Sarah Pratt, 
spinster, 17, daughter of Jacob Pratt, gent., 
of Battersea, co. Surrey, who consents— at 
St. Mary, Strand, alias Savoy, Middlesex. 2 
May, 1623. B. 

Billingsley, William, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
gent., bachelor, about 27, and Anne Watson, 
of same, spinster, about 23, her parents 
dead — at Kensington or Hammersmith, Mid- 
dieses. 6 Nov. 1663. V. 

Bilman, John, of Stepney, co. Middlesex, ship- 
carpenter, and Mildred Brewer, of St. Andrew 
Undershaft, London, spinster, daughter of — 
Brewer, deceased — at St. Andrew aforesaid. 
21 Aug. 1615. B. 

Bilsby, Andrew (Byllysbye), of the diocese of 
Lincoln, and Margaret Hennege, of the diocese 
of London. 20 Feb. 154«. F. 

Bilson, Richard, of St. Andrew, Holborn, London, 
gardener, and Margery Kemp, of same, 
daughter of Thomas Kemp, clerk — at St. 
Dunstan-in-tlie-West, London. 18Jan.l62f. B. 

Bilson, Thomas, and Margery Pussye, gen. lie, 
17 June, 1561. B. 

Bilson, Thomas, esq., of Beriton, co. Southampton, 
bachelor, 26, and Edith Betisworth, of Roe- 
gatt, CO. Sussex, spinster, 16, consent of her 
grandfather, Peter Betisworth, of Rowgate 
aforesaid, esq. — at St. Mary Wolnoth, London, 
alleged by William Feeke, of Little St. 
Bartholomew, clerk. 2 Nov. 1640. B. 

London Marriage Licences. 



Bilson, Thomas, bachelor, and Susanna Legg, 
spinster, [Doc, not Aju-il]. 24 Dec. 1678. D. 

Binckes, Simon, hosier, and A nne Golde, spinster — 
anywhere in jurisdiction of dean and chapter. 
1 June, 15S0. D. 

Binder, Edward. See Bynedee. 

Binding*, Henry, of St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex, bachelor, 27, and Elizabeth Coleburne, of 
same, spins' er, 21, her parents dead and she 
at her own disposal — at St. Andrew-in-the- 
Wardrobe, or St. Petei-, Paul's Wharf, London. 
28 May, 1663. F. 

Binding, Henry, of Chertsey, Surrey, gent., 
widower, about 69, and Mrs.Sai-ah Morran, of 
St Marv Aldermary, London, widow about 
46— at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, or St. Nicholas 
Olave. 5 July, 1665. V. 

Binford, Francis (Bynford), of the Inner Temple, 
gent., and Elizabeth Pophani, now of London, 
widow of Ferdinando Poi^ham, late of Horn- 
church, CO. Essex, gent., gen. lie, 11 Dec. 
1596. B. 

Bingham, Ellis (Byngham), of St. Andrew Under- 
shaft, haberdasher, and Joanna Ellis, widow, 
of City of London, gen. lie, 27 Feb. 156|. B. 

Bingham, Sir George, knight and bart., of 
Castlebarr, co. Mayo, Ireland, widower, about 
35, and Rebecca Midleton, spinster, about 24, 
daughter of Sir William Midleton, deceased, of 
St. Clement Danes, her parents dead — at St. 
Bennet, Paul's Wharf. 5 Dec. 1661. V. 

Bingham, Sir Geoi-ge, knight and bart., of St. 
Paul, Covent Garden, widower, about 35, and 
Ann Pargiter, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
widow, about 30 — at St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf, alleged byHenryMuschamp,of Covent 
Garden, gent. 31 May, 1661. V. 

Bingham, Thomas, and Jane Constance, spinster, 
of St. Leonard, Shoreditch — to marry there. 
25 May, 1582. B. 

Bingham, William (Byngham), doctor of laws, and 
Mary Tylforde, sijinster, gen. lie, 28 Aug. 
1573. B. 

Bingham, William (Byngham), doctor of laws, 
and Katherino Lawson, widow, of St. Martin 
Orgar, London, gen. lie, 26 May, 1575. B. 

Bingham, William, doctor of laws, rector of 
Rettingdon, co. Essex, and Dorothy Steevena, 
of Stapleford, Tawney, said county, spinster, 
daughter of John Steevens, gent., deceased, 
gen. lie, 11 Oct. 1597. B. 

Bingham, William, of Rettingdon, Essex, gent., 
bachelor, 26, and Ellen Curtis, of St. Giles, 
Cripplegate, widow, about same age — at St. 
Faith. 27 Feb. 163|. B. 

Bingley, Thomas, of St. Thomas Apostle, Loudon, 
gent., widower, about 27, and Susanna Sands, 
of Basinghall Street, London, widow, about 
23— at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, or ... . 
14 April, 1666. V. 

Binion, Edmond, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 28, and Katheren Burd, 
spinster, 18, daughter of William Burd, of 
same, gent., who alleges — at St. Paul afore- 
said, St. Giles-in-the-Fields, or St. Maryle- 
bone. 2 Aug. 1676. F. 

Binion, Henry, 1643. See Bynon. 

Binnion, Richard (By union), of St. Nicholas, 
Aeons, London, clothworker, and Agnes 
Bennett, widow of — Bennett, late of same, 
victualler — at St. Nicholas, Aeons aforesaid. 
16 July, 1595. B. 

Binns, Richard (Bynns), esq., of St. James-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex, widower, 54, and Mrs. Essex 
Ingram, of same, spinster, 28 — at Edmonton, 
Middlesex. 4 April, 1687. B. 

Bintt, Thomas, 1693. See Byntt. 

F 



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John Bircli 



[152 1- 1 869.] William Birkhead 132 



Birch, John (Birchc), of Hillingdon, Middlesex, 
cordvvaincr, and Alice Hatt, of City of London, 
spinster, daughter of — llatt, late of Boxe- 
hoai'de, co. Berks, yeoman, deceased, gen. lie, 
8 Feb. 158§. B. 

Birch, John, of St. Anne and Agnes, Aldersgatc, 
and Dorolhy Weld, of All Hallows, Honey 
Lane, said city, spinster — at St. Anne and 
Agnes aforesaid. 12 Jan. 161". B. 

Birch, Kalph (Birche), of St. Clement Danes, 
Middlesex, tailor, bachelor, and Ursula Wilson, 
of St. Botolph, Aldersgatc, London, spinster 
—at St. Botolph aforesaid. 1 Sept. 1610. B. 

Birch, Richard (Byrchc), of Watford, and Mar- 
garet Gibson, widow, of St. Dnnstan-in-the- 
West— at St. Dunstan aforesaid. 20 Feb. 
157i. B. 

Bird. See also Burd. 

Bird, Henry, of Whittamsteed,co. Herts, bachelor, 
and Abigail Stradford, of St. Martin-le-Grand, 
spinster — at St. Leonard, in said precinct. 
13 Feb. 162f . D. 

Bird, Jei-emiah, of St. Mildred, Poiiltry, London, 
bachelor, 24, and Barbara Killingworth, of St. 
Michael, Wood Street, London, 24, daughter 
of Samuel Killingworth, of Henningham, co. 
Essex, esq., who consents — at St. Bride, Lon- 
don. 24 April, 1693. F. 

Bird, John (Byrde), of Little Hadham, co. Herts, 
j^eoman, and Isabell Trigge, of Elmdou, 
Essex, spinster, daughter of George Trigge, 
of same, gen. lie. 14 Sept. 1592. B. 

Bird, John, of St. Andrew-in-the -Wardrobe, Lon- 
don, carpenter, and Margaret Wharton, 
spinster, daughter of John Wharton, gent. — 
at St. Andrew Undershaft, London. 4 Sept. 
1616. B. 

Bird, John (Byrd), of Fulham, Middlesex, dray- 
man, and Anne White, of St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex, widow of Nicholas White, 
late of same — at St. Giles aforesaid. 15 Feb. 
162f. B. 

Bird, John, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, gent., 
bachelor, about 33, and Anne Crascombe, of 
same, spinster, about 33, and at o\vn disposal 
—at same. 9 Feb. 167?. V. 

Bird, Michael, of city of Gloucester, gent., 
bachelor, 27, and Mrs. Mary Cox, of St. Bride, 
London, spinster, 23, her father's consent — at 
St. Bride. 11 Nov. 1687. B. 

Bird, Moses, of the City of London, merchant, and 
Elizabeth Sutton, of same, spinster, daughter 
of James Sutton, of same, clothworker — at All 
Hallows Staining, London. 3 Feb. 161|. B. 

Bird, Reginald (Birde), of St. Magnus, London, 
fishmonger, and KatherinePeercewyn [? Peers 
Wynn], of same, spinster, daughter of William 
Peercewyn, of Clagorog, co. Anglesey, gent. — 
at St. Augustine, London. 22 Aug. 1603. B. 

Bird, Robert, of Staple Inn, gent., bachelor, about 
30, and Elizabeth Leake, of St. Dunstan-in 
the-West, spinster, about 22, consent of her 
father, William Leake, stationer — at St. 
Martin-in the-Fields, or Fulham, co. Middlesex. 
21 Aug. 1667. V. 

Bird, Roger, of St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London, 
vintner, and Dorcas Bath, of St. Michael-ad- 
Bladum, London, spinster, daughter of Roger 
Bath, of same, leatherseller — at St. Peter, 
Paul's Wharf, London. 29 Jan. 161^. B. 

Bird, Simon (Birdo), and Glode Canuyu, spinster, 
of the parish of Savoy — at St. Bride, Fleet 
Street. 15 Jan. 157'. B. 



Bird, Tliomas (Birde), of St. Martin, Lndgate, and 
Elizaljcth Holmes, widow, of St. Faith — at 
Sr,. Faith. 3 Dec. 1577. B. 

Bird, Thomas, and Margaret Ralfc, of city of 
Westminster, spinster. 30 Jan. 163-J. D. 

Bird, Thomas, of Mattocks, Herts, gent., widower, 
about 40, and Mrs. Susanna de la Barre, of 
Hackney, Middlesex, spinster, about 35, and 
at her own disposal — at Hackney aforesaid. 
6 May, 1670. V. 

Bird, Thomas, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middle- 
sex, widower, and Eleanor Fisher, of same, 
spinster, 22, daughter of John Fisher, of 
Diswood Hall, co. Norfolk, gent., who con- 
sents—at St. James-iu-the-Fields, Middlesex, 
or ... . 14 April, 1694. F. 

Bird, William (Birde), of St. Sepulchre, yeoman, 
and Christian Younge, widow, of St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf, relict of John Younge, of Fetter 
Lane, near Holborn — at St. Bennet aforesaid. 
26 Jan. 158|. B. 

Bird, William (Byrde), of Old Brainford, co. 
IMiddlcsex, waterman, and Margaret Kettle, 
of same, spinster, daughter of John Kettle, 
late of Bursley, co. Chester, gent., deceased 
—at Ealing, co. Middlesex. 3 March, 160f. 
B. 

Bird, William (Birde), .of Loughton, co. Essex, 
yeoman, and Joaue Archer, of same, spinster, 
daughter of Simon Archer, of Coopersall, in 
the parish of Theydon Garnons, said county, 
yeoman — at St. Catherine Cree Church, 
London. 12 Dec. 1603. B. 

Bird, William, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
Loudon, silk weaver, and Elizabeth Boswell, of 
St. Andrew-iu-the-Wardrobe, said city, widow 
of William Boswell, of same, woodmonger — 
at St. Andrew-in-the-Wardrobe aforesaid. 
28 Dec. 1617. B. 

Bird, William, of Hackney, Middlesex, widower, 
and Martha Barnardiston, of Bromley St. 
Leonards, said county, widow — at St. Mar^-, 
Savoy, Middlesex, or St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
or St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, 
Loudon. 15 Feb. 168f . F. 

Birkbeck, Henry, gent., of Maidstone, Kent, 
bachelor, 24, and Jane Hadlow, spinster, 22, 
her parents dead — at St. Albau, Wood Street. 
18 Nov. 1641. B. 

Birkbeck, Richard, 1603. See Berckbett. 

Birkeld, George, of St. Clement Danes, gent., 
widower, about 26, and Mrs. Mary Nowis, of 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster, about 30 — 
at Gray's Inn chapel. 7 Jan. 166|. V. 

Birket, Martin, 1573. See Berkett. 

Birket, Matthew. See Burkett. 

Birkhead, Joseph, of Great Barford, Beds, 
clerk, bachelor, 27, and Mary Somershall, of 
St. Giles, Cripplegate, Loudon, spinster, 25 — 
at St. Martin, Ludgate, London, or ... . 
25 March, 1685. F. 

Birkhead, Martin (Byrkehed), gent., of Gray's 
Inn, and Mary Nychols, spinster, of Stoke 
Ncwington, gen. lie, 22 Ajiril, 1569. B. 

Birkhead, William (Byrkehead), and Affra Law- 
rence, spinster, of St. Peter, Cornhill — to 
marry there. 13 May, 1576. B. 

Birkhead, William, of Lambeth, co. Surrey, 
bachelor, 25, aud Mary Middleton, spinster, 
above 21, daughter of Henry Middleton, of 
Twickenham, Middlesex, esq., who consents — 
at St. Saviour, Southwark, or Camberwell, co. 
Surrey. 7 June, 1664. F. 



133 Henry Birkhened [1521-1869.] Cuthbert Biston 134 



Birkhened, Heni-y, of St. Bofcolpli, Aldersgate, 
gent., widower, about 35, aud Ellen Lee, 
spinster, about 22, daughter of Isaac Leo, of 
St. Mary, Aldermaubury, London, who con- 
sents — at Barnes or Putney, eo. Surrey. 12 
Aug. 1661. V. 

Birt, Brian (Byrte), and Alice Walker, of the 
diocese of Westminster. 19 Jan. 154A. F. 

Birt, Edward (Byrt), of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, gent., bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. 
Margaret Martyn, of same, widow, about 26 — 
at Islington, Middlesex. 14 Aug. 1668. V. 

Birton, Thomas (Byrton), of the City of London, 
gent., and Elizabeth Shelton, of same, 
"ancilla"— 15 Dec. 1590. D. 

Biscop, Samuel, of St. James, Garlick Hithe, 
London, clerk, bachelor, about 30, aud Mrs. 
Sarah Ward, of St. Stei^heu, Coleman Street, 
London, spinster, about 18, with consent of 
her father, Jam^ Ward, of same, esq. — at St. 
Botolph, Aldersgate, London. 30 Sejjt. 1678. 
V. 

Bishop, Anthony, of St. Andrew, Holborn, baker, 
and Anne Huske, of St. James, Clerkenwell, 
widow of John Huske, late of same, black- 
smith — at St. James, Clerkenwell. 7 Sept. 
1613. B. 

Bishop, Ej^hraim (Bishopp), of Kingston-on- 
Thames, CO. Surrey, mercer, bachelor, about 
25, and Mrs. Mary Awnsham, of Houuslow, 
Middlesex, spinster, about 24, and at own 
disposal — at Haston or Isleworth, Middlesex. 
9 May, 1672. V. 

Bishop, George (Bishopp), of Staple Inn, London, 
gent., widower, about 37, and Mrs. Mary 
Besbeech, of Gowdhurst, Kent, widow, about 
32 — at Gowdhurst or Benenden, co. Kent. 
11 Dec. 1671. V. 

Bishop, Henry, of Leigh, co. Essex, sailor, and 
Sarah Turner, of same, spinster, daughter of 
— Turner, deceased — at Asheldon, co. Essex. 
16 Nov. 1619. B. 

Bishop, Henry (Bishopp), of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex, gent., widower, 37, and 
Susanna Meddows (in margin Medowes), of 
same, spinster, 28, at her own disposal — at 
St. Giles-in-the-Fields, St. Anne, Westmin- 
ster, or St. James-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 
24 May, 1688. F. 

Bishop, Henry, of St. Catherine Cree Church, 
bachelor, 27, and Mrs. Mary Eyves, of same, 
spinster, 21, consent of father, Mr. Charles 
Ryyes — atNorthall, Herts, or Enfield, Middle- 
sex. 7 July, 1692. B. 

Bishop, HumjDhrey (Bishopp), of Chilcombe, co. 
Dorset, esq., bachelor, about 30, and Anne 
Mitchell, of Horsham, Sussex, about the 
same age, widow of — Mitchell, gent.^at 
Horsham aforesaid. 4 July, 1648. F. 

Bishop, John, of Brayles, co. Warwick, gout., 
and Dorothy Corham, of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, spinster — at same. 19 Nov. 1G08. 
D. 

Bishop, John (Bishope), of St. Margaret, 
Westminstei", and Thomazine Barnewell, of 
St. Botolph, Aldersgate, widow - — at St. 
Leonard, in St. Martin-le- Grand. 30 June, 
1619. D. 

Bishop, Macklin, of St. Trinity, in Trinity Lane, 
London, merchant taylor, bachelor, and 
Katherine Gibson, spinster, daughter of 
Thomas Gibson, of Cottenham, co. Cambridge, 
yeoman — at St. Trinity aforesaid. 12 Oct. 
1612. B. 



Bishop, Sampson (Bishopp), of Westminster, 
bachelor, and Elizabeth Curson, of precinct of 
St. Martin-le-Grand, spinster — at St. Leonard, 
in said precinct. 4 Oct. 1615. D. 

Bishop, Thomas (Bushopp), clerk, of London, and 
Sarah Rayner, spinster, of Hillingdon, Middle- 
sex, daughter of — ■ Kayner, of same, yeoman 
deceased — at St. Martin-in-the-Vintry. 11 
May, 1583. B. 

Bishop, Thomas, of Morton, co. Surrey, bachelor, 
26, and Mary Collins, of Mitcham, said county, 
spinster, 24, at her own disposal — at Mitcham 
aforesaid. 27 Nov. 1668. F. 

Bishop, William (Bishopp), of St. Margaret, 
Westminster, shoemaker, and Dorothy Davy, 
of same, spinster — at same. 24 Feb. 1614^. D. 

Bishop, William (Bishope), of Bridge Towne, 
CO. Warwick, esq., bachelor, about 40, and 
Theodosia Cave, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, widow — at St. Martin aforesaid. 
13 Feb. 167i. F. 

Bisley, John, goldsmith, and Susan Slader, 
spinster, of St. Bride, London, daughter of 
Haniball Slader, late of Bathe, co. Devon, 
gent., deceased — at St. Bride aforesaid. 6 
August, 1702. B. 

Bisley, Richard (Bysley), and .... widow, 
of the City of London, gen. lie, 14 June, 
1575. B. 

Bispham, James, of All Hallows, Lombard Street, 
bachelor, 23, and Mary Luddington, of same, 
spinster, 21— at Hackney. 30 May, 1739. B. 

Bispham, Thomas, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
about 25, and Mrs. Frances Bowles, of St. 
James, Clerkenwell, spinster, about 18, consent 
of father, William Bowles, of same, esq.^ — at 
St. Andrew, Holborn, or St. Magnus-the- 
Martyr, London. 37 July, 1663. V. 

Biss, Edward (Bisse), of St. Leonard, Eastcheap, 
London, bachelor, 26, and Sarah Rudge, of 
St, Andrew, Holborn, spinster, 20, with con- 
sent of her mother, Mi'S. Martha Rudge, now 
wife of Edward Lewis, attested by Edward 
Lewis, of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent. — at St. 
Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London, or 
.... 13 Oct. 1702. F. 

Biss, James (Bisse), of Bears Crocu., co. Somerset 
gent., widower, 47, and Anne West, of 
Taunton, said county, widow, 40 — at St. Faith. 
15 July, 1640. B. 

Biss, James, of St. Bennet, Gracechurch, London 
bachelor, 30, and Anne Poyner, of Hatfield 
Herts, spinster, 23, at her own disposal — at 
St. Bride, London, or .... 15 Sept. 1701. 
F. 

Biss, Ro'bert (Bisse), of Froome Sellwood, co. 
Somerset, gent., widower, about 35, and 
Susanna Wadman, of Brooke, parish of 
Westbury, Wilts, spinster, about 22, consent 
of father, John Wadman, esq. — at North 
Bradley, Wilts Road, co. Somerset, or 
Winfield, Wilts. 24 May, 1669. V. 

Bissell, Charles, of Farnham, Surrey, gent., 
bachelor, about 24, and Margaret Holmes, of 
Portsmouth, co. Southampton, spinster, about 
18, her parents dead — at Stoke, co. Surrey. 
3 April, 1663. Y. 

Bissex, Thomas, of Stepney, Middlesex, tailor, and 
Enstice Goold, of same, spinster — at Trinity, 
Minories, London. 15 July, 1661. B. 

Bisshe, Roger, 1662. See Bysshe. 

Biston, Cuthbert (Byston), and Alice Warde, 
widow, of St. Stephen, Coleman Street — 
to marrv there. 26 April, 1564. B. 

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Jolni Blab3^o 



[1521-1869. 



John Blackston 



136 



Blabye, John, gent., and Dorothy Gabbott, widow, 
of St. Dunstan-in-the-Wcst, gen. lie, 9 Feb. 
1575. B. 

Blaclie, Christopher, and JIargery Mordcn, widow, 
of Gingemounteney, gen. lie, 20 April, ISGl. 
B. 

Black, Richard, of Leigh, co. Essex, sailor, and 
Sarah Hammon, of same, spinster, daughter 
of Andrew Hammon, of Fobbing, said county, 
hasbandman — at All Hallows Barking, London. 
1 Jan. 1621. B. 

Blackall, Thomas, of Inner Temple, gent- 
bachelor, about 27, and Mrs. Sarah Sawbridge, 
of St. Bride, London, spinster, about 23, her 
father's consent — at All Hallows or St. Mildi-ed, 
Bread Street, London. 2 March, 167f . V. 

Blackamore, Arthur, of St. Gregory, Loudon, 
bachelor, 25, and Aune Hatliorne, of St. 
Saviour, Southwark, co. Surrey, spinster, 18, 
her parents dead, and she at the disposal of 
Sir Edward Walker, knight, who consents — 
at St. Gregory or St. Mary Magdalen, Old 
Fish Street, London. 24 June, 1672. F. 

Blackborne, Josias (Blackbourne), of St. Botolph, 
Aldgate, gent., bachelor, about 22, and Alice 
Addanis, of same, spinster, about 17, mother 
consents — at Stepney or St. Dnnstau-iu-the- 
East. 9 April, 1673. V. 

Blackborne, Robert (Blackeborne), and Elizabeth 
Fisher, widow, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, gen. 
lie, 27 Sept. 1582. B. 

Blackborne, Robert (Blackbourne), of Walgrove, 
CO. Norfolk, gent., and Elizabeth Pysher, of 
jurisdiction of Westminster, widow- — anywhere 
in jurisdiction. 25 May, 1582. D. 

Blackborne, Robert, citizen and stationer, of 
London, and Gertrude Langrish, of All Hal- 
lows-the-Great, London, widow of Nicholas 
Langrish — at All Hallows, aforesaid. 10 Dec. 
1625- B. 

Blackborne, Samuel, of St. Andrew Uudershaft, 
London, bachelor, 28, son of Robert Black- 
borne, of same, gentleman, who alleges, and 
Rebecca Wilcockes, spinster, 24, daughter of 
John Wilcockes, of St. Bartholomew-the-Less, 
London, who consents — at St. Bartholomew 
aforesaid, or ... . 19 Oct. 1685. F. 

Blackborne William (Blackbourne), of St. 
Andrew Undershaft, London,bachelor, 25, and 
Jane Austen, spinster, 22, daughter of John 
Austen, of Bromley, Middlesex, esq., who con- 
sents — at St. Dionis Backchurch, London, or 
.... 10 Oct. 1695. F. 

Blackett, Benjamin, gent., of St. Mary-le- 
Strand, bachelor, 42, and Frances Adams, 
of same, 35, widow — at St. Mary-le-Strand, or 
St. Bride. 15 Aug. 1634. B. 

Blackett, William, Newcastle-on-Tyno, esq., 
bachelor, 27, and Julia Conyers, spinster, 16, 
daughter ef Sir Christopher Conyers, bart., 
of Horden, co. Durham, who consents — at St. 
Giles-in the-Fields, or Gray's Inn chapel, 
Middlesex. 22 Jan. 168f. F. 

Blackhani, Benjamin, of St. Gilcs-in-the-Pields, 
bachelor, about 26, and Ellinor Preston, of 
same, spinster, about 23, and at own disposal 
— at St. Paul, Covent Garden, or St. Mary, 
Savoy. 1 May, 1669. V. 

Blackhaller, Henry, of Sharphain, co. Devon, 
esq., widower, and Joanna Northleigh, spinster, 
25, daughter of Henry Northleigh, of Peuiore, 
CO. Devon, esq., who consents — at Alphing- 
son, Exminster, or Shilliugford, co. Devon. 
8 March, 1675. F. 



Blackleach., William, and Mary Kentish — at 
Paddington. 28 Juno, 1576. D. 

Blacklocke, IVIatthow, of Stanstead, Herts, yeo- 
man, and Joane Acres, of Hoddesden, in said 
county, widow, gen. lie, 16 June, 1589. B. 

Blackman, Ambrose, alias Barker, and Gertrude 
Wythcrs, of the diocese of London. 13 Dec. 
154 L F. 

Blackman, John, and Anne Pycke, of St. Mary 
Colecliurch, London. 25 April, 1545. F. 

Blackman, John, and Elizabeth Cockwicke, of 
City ofLondon, gen. lie, 12 July, 1561. B. 

Blackman, Lucie, of Walsingham Abbey, co. 
Norfolk, gentleman, bachelor, about 26, and 
Anne Thruston, of Hoxon Abbey, said county, 
spinster, about 23, at her own disposal — at 
Hoxon or Thorpe, co. Norfolk. 7 Nov. 1678. 
V. 

Blackman, Thomas, yeoman, and Joanna Lest- 
cott, of London, spinster, daughter of John 
Lesscott, late of Sheffield, co. Kent, husband- 
man, deceased, gen. lie, 25 June, 1593. B. 

Blackman, Thomas, tanner, and Joane Butcher, 
widow of William Butcher, yeoman, at St. 
Leonard, Shoreditch. 30 March, 1625. B. 

Blackman, William, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
gent., bachelor, about 21, and at own dis- 
posal, and Anne Trapps, of same, spinster, 
about 20, her parents dead — at St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf, St Clement Danes, or St. Mary, 
Islington. 22 July, 1662. V. 

Blackmore, John, of St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, 
London, esq., widower, about 50, and Mrs. 
Mary Charles, of same, widow, alleged by 
John Blackmore, of Gray's Inn, gent. — 
at Stepney, Whitechapel, or Aldgate, Middle- 
sex. 25 Jan. 167|. V. 

Blackmore, Joshua, of West Thurrock, co. Essex, 
baker, and Bennett Pechey, of same, spinster, 
daughter of John Pechey, of same, yeoman — 
at All Hallows Barking, London. 10 March, 
162|. B. 

Blackmore, Richard, of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West, London, grocer, and Juliana Davies, of 
St. Clement Danes, widow of William Davies, 
late of same, wax chandler, deceased, gen. lie, 
16 Dec. 1588. B. 

Blackmore, Richard, of West Thurrock, Essex, 
baker, and Anne Latch, of Mucking, said 
county, widow of William Latch, late of same, 
yeoman — at All Hallows Barking, London. 31 
May, 1624. B. 

Blackmore, Thomas, jun., of St. Martin, Ii-on- 
monger Lane, bachelor, 26, and Mrs. Anne 
Raimond, of St Gregory, London, spinster, 21, 
consent of father. Sir Jonathan Raimond — at 
All Hallows-in-the-Wall, or St. Olave, Old 
Jewry. 30 March, 1692. B. 

Blackstock, Zachariah, of St. Botolph, Bishopgate, 
Loudon, yeoman, and Sibill Dewsbery, of 
same, spinster — at St. Botolph, aforesaid. 7 
July, 1620. B. 

Blackston, James (Blakestone), gent., of St. 
Sepulchre, London, bachelor, 32, and Mary 
Poacocke, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Mid- 
dlesex, spiuster, 25 — at St. Giles aforesaid. 
4 June, 1625. B. 

Blackston, John, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
citizen and leatherseller, bachelor, about 24, 
and Dorothy Parton, of Fenchurch Street, 
London, spinster, about 22, father's consent — 
at St. Saviour, Southwark, or Reddrith 
(Rothcrhithc), Surrey. 2 May, 1673. V. 



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Blackston, Ricliard, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
bachelor, 45, and Ann Bland, of Horncliurch, 
Essex, 40, widow of George Bland, of same, 
deceased — at St. Gi'egory, London. 30 Nov. 
1627. B. 

Blackwell, Andrew, of Middle Temple, esq., 
bachelor, about 30, and Mary Pechill, of St. 
Giles-in the-Fields, widow, about 28 — at St. 
Giles-in the-Fields— 7 Deo. 1G68. V. 

Blackwell, John, and Agnes Sowthyn, widow, of 
Ilarficld, gen. lie, 30 Dec. 1568. B. 

Blackwell, John, of St. Leonard, Bromley, 
Middlesex, brewer, and Margaret Redwood, 
spinster, daughter of Theophilus Redwood, 
mariner — at Stepney, co. Middlesex. G May, 
1G21. B. 

Blackwell, John, of St. Mildred-in-thc-Ponltry, 
London, bachelor, 27, and Elizabeth Mallory, 
spinster, 19, daughter of Robert Mallory, of 
Stoke Newington, Middlesex, gent., who con- 
sents — at St. Gregory, London. 10 Aug. 1665. 
F. 

Blackwell, Peter, of Middle Temple, gent., 
widower, about 30, and Mary Squibb, of 
St. Margaret, Westminster, spinster, about 
26, and at own disposal, alleged by Adrian 
Barry, of St. Mary, Savoy — at St. Martin 
aforesaid (sic). 6 Aug. 1669. V. 

Blackwell, Peter, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
gent., widower, about 40, and Mrs. Alice 
Carter, of same, spinster, about 26, and at 
own disposal — at St. Bride, London. 2 Feb. 
167^. V. 

Blackwell, Thomas, of Bradwell, Essex, gent., 
bachelor, about 22, and Alice Barroclough, of 
Bowe, Middlesex, spinster, about 21, consent 
of father, Edward Barroclough, gent. — at 
Stepney, Middlesex. 18 Dec. 1666. V. 

Blackwell, William (Blakwell), of St. Faith-the- 
Virgiu, and Jane Goodman, spinster, of St. 
Botolph, Aldgate. 3 Sept. 1572. B. 

Blackwell, William (Blakwell), gent., of St. 
Faith, London, and Elizabeth Willforde, of 
St. George Botolph, London, gent. — at St. 
George aforesaid. 8 Dec. 1579. B. 

Blacky, Francis, tailor, and Elizabeth Mickel- 
borrowe, spinster, daughter of Leonard Mickel- 
borrowe, late of Lowe, co. Lincoln, lawyer, 
deceased — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 
5 Nov. 1619. B. 

Blacoe, Henry, of Lewton Hoe, co. Beds, bachelor, 
and Elizabeth Chappell, of same, spinster — 
at South Mims, or Hadley, co. Middlesex. 
13 Nov. 1661. B. 

Bladyn, William, sailor, and Elizabeth Willmothe, 
widow, of City of London — at St. Botolph, 
Aldgate. 9 Feb. 158f. B. 

Blagden, Edward, of Steeple Ashdon, co. Wilts, 
gent., bachelor, 23, and Martha Bennett, of 
same, spinster, about 21, daughter of John 
Bennett, of same, gent., who consents — at 
Steeple Ashdown aforesaid. 10 March, 1650. 
F. 

Blage, Thomas, clerk, and Mary Holbome, spin- 
ster, of City of London, gen. lie, 11 July, 
1572. B. 

Blage, John, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, carman, 
and Joanna Longe, spinster, of City of 
London, daughter of Thomas Louge, of 
Whitchurch, co. Southampton, clothworker 
—at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf. 29 Feb. 
1581. B. 



Blague, Ralph, gent., of City of London, and 
Alice Goslinge, widow, of St. Clement Danes, 
relict of Humfrey Goslinge, of same, vintner, 
gen. lie, 28 July, 1587. B. 

Blagrave, Daniel, gent., of Reading, Berks, 
bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth Hull, of St. 
Botolph, Aldersgate, spinster, 19, consent of 
her mother, a widow — at St. Botolph aforesaid. 
18 Jan. 163^. B. 

Blagrave, John, of Reading, Berks, esq., bachelor, 
about 28, and Mrs. Hester Gore, of St. Mary, 
Aldermanbury, London, spinster, aged 20, 
consent of mother, Mrs. Jane Gore, widow — 
at St Mary, Aldermanbury, St. Andrew-in-the 
Wardrobe, or St, Peter, Paul's Wharf. 28 Feb. 
1664. V. 

Blague, John, of St. Osyth, co. Essex, blacksmith, 
and Anne Patche, of StifEord, said county, 
spinster, daughter of — Patche, deceased — at 
St. Osyth aforesaid. 20 Dec. 1614. B. 

Blake, Edmund, of St. Giles-in-the-Fiolds, Middle- 
sex, carpenter, and Anne Keyes, of St. Clement 
Danes, Middlesex, widow of Edmund Keyes, 
merchant — at Christchnrch, Loudon. 18 Dec. 
1620. B. 

Blake, Francis, of St. Paul, Coveut Garden, 
Middlesex, esq., bachelor, 22, consent of his 
father, Francis Blake, knight, and Elizabeth 
Carre, daughter, of Thomas Carre, esq., 
deceased, spinster, 21, consent of her mother, 
Susanna Ratcliffe, alias Carre — at St. Paul, 
Covent Garden aforesaid. 12 Feb. 166^. B. 

Blake, George. See Bleake. 

Blake, Humphrey, of New Inn, gent., and Eliza- 
beth Eve, widow, of Prittlewell, co. Essex — 
at St. Botolph, Aldgate. 4 April, 1576. B. 

Blake, Isaac, of Stroud, co. Kent, gent., bachelor, 
aged 28, and Elizabeth Penniston, of Finsbury, 
said county, widow, about 27 — at St. Dunstan- 
in-the-East, or ... . 8 June, 1678. V. 

Blake, John, of St. George, Southwark, skinner, 
bachelor, about 24, and Mrs. Hannah Elliston, 
of St. Olavo, Southwark, spinster, aged 23, 
consent of mother, Mrs. Mary Elliston, her 
father dead — at St. Dunstan-in-the-East, 
London, or ... . 6 May, 1678. V. 

Blake, Richard, of St. Mary, Savoy, gent., widower, 
40, and Elizabeth Bathurst, of St. Anne, 
Blackfriars, spinster, 19, daughter of John 
Bathurst, late of same, doctor in physic, 
deceased, and her mother also, with consent of 
her father's executors — at St. Clement Danes, 
Middlesex. 16 Nov. 1660. F. 

Slake, Robert, of Knights Enham, co. South- 
ampton, bachelor, 24, and Hester Tayler, 
spinster, 24, daughter of John Tayler, of 
Devizes, Wilts, gent., who consents — at St. 
John or St. Mary, in Devizes, or Rowd, co. 
Wilts. 13 Feb. 166f. F. 

Blake, Thomas, of Christchnrch, Loudon, citizen 
and merchant taylor, bachelor, about 25, and 
Mrs. Elizabeth Millett, of St. Botolph, Aiders- 
gate, London, spinster, about 19, with her 
father's consent — at St. Sepulchre, or Lincoln's 
Inn chapel, London. 16 Nov. 1678. V. 

Blake, William, of St. Dunstau-in-the-West, Lon- 
don, scrivener, and Mary Beverley, of same, 
spinster, daughter of Henry Beverley, of .same, 
scrivener— at St. Botolph, Aldgate. 26 Nov. 
1602. B. 



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Blake, William, of St. Bennet, TauVs Wharf, 
London, chirurgeon, and Faith Spcucor, of St. 
Michael, Huggin Lane, London, spinster, 
daughter of — Spencer, deceased — at St. 
]\[ichacl aforesaid. 21 April, 1619. B. 

Blakeling, Francis, clerk, cux*ate of Clavcring, 
CO. Essex, and Elizabeth Morrell, of St. 
Sepalchi-e, London, spinster — at St. Sepulchre 
aforesaid. 21 March, 162^ B. 

Blakenell, Thomas and Ursula Forster, of St. 
Margaret, Westminstci- — to marry there. 22 
Aug. 1550. B, 

Blancherde, Leonard, of St. Martin-in-tho-Vintry, 
London, woollendraper, and Katherine llud- 
docko, of same, widow of Thomas Ruddocke, 
late of same, carpenter, deceased — at St. 
Martin aforesaid. 21 Oct. 1588. B. 

Blancke, James, of Si.. Andrew Uudershaft, 
London, grocer, and Anno Meredith, of same, 
spinster, daughter of John Meredith deceased 
— at St. Andrew Undershaft aforesaid. 8 May, 
1617. B. 

Blanckley, Luke, merchant taylor, and Elizabeth 
Basforde, of Christchurch, London, widow of 
Charles Basforde, late of same, cooper — at 
Christchurch aforesaid. 15 May, 1598. B. 

Bland, George, of St. Ann, Blackfriars, esq., 
bachelor, and Anne Canute, 24, widow of John 
Caunte, late of St. Peter, Coi'nhill, London, 
fishmonger, who died a year since — at Totten- 
ham High Cross, Middlesex. 25 Sept. 1610. 
B. 

Bland, George (Blande), of St. Michael, Wood 
Street, and Margaret Parrys, spinster, of St. 
John Zachary, London — at St. John Zachary. 
29 Nov. 1568. B. 

Bland, John (Blande), of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
currier, and Alice Marshe, spinster, gen. lie, 
15 Feb. 15Si. B. 

Bland, Sir John, bart., of Piddox (? Kippax) 
Park, CO. York, bachelor, 22, and — Mossley 
(i.e., Mosley), spinster, 23, daughter of ... . 
CO. Lancaster, esq., who consents — at ... , 
6 March, 168|. F. 

Bland, John (Blande), of St. Sepulchre, and Anne 
Holmes, spinster, of St. Botolph, Billingsgate 
— at St. Botolph aforesaid. 24 Nov. 1574. B. 

Bland, Marmaduke (BlanBe), of St. Ethelburge, 
Bishojisgate, London, and Katherine Hodson, 
widow, of Shoreditch — at St. Leonard, Shore- 
ditch. 15 July, 1568. B. 

Bland, Michael (Blande), butcher, and Elizabeth 
Bayley, spinster, of St. Martin-iu-the-Fields, 
gen. lie, 4 Feb. 15fg. B. 

Bland, Michael, of St. Albans, Herts, gent., 
bachelor, 20, and Mariauna Hambleten, of 
Kensington, Middlesex, spinster, 21, her 
parents dead — at St. Faith, London. 15 July, 
1640. B. 

Bland, Richard, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, silkman, bachelor, 24, and Elizabeth 
Disbrowe, spinster, 19, daughter of Samuel 
Disbrowe, of Elsworth, co. Cambridge, esq., 
who consents — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, 
London. 31 March, 166f P. 

Bland, Richard, of the Inner Temple, gent., 
widower, about 30, and Margaret Marshall, of 
St. Dunstan-in-thc-Wcst, spinster, aliout 15, 
consent of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Mar- 
shall, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, widow — at 
St. Dunstan-in-the-West, St. Michael, Corn- 
hill, or St. Dunstan-in-the.East. 6 Feb. 167f . 
V. 



Bland, Tiiomas, of Westham, Essex, esq., widower, 
al)out 55, and Mrs. Catherine Sandys, of St. 
Mildred, Poultry, London, spinster, about 38, 
her parents dead — in chapel of the Charter- 
house, or ... . 30 April, 1677. V. 

Bland, Thomas, clerk, vicar of Ramsey, Essex, 
widower, 45, and Katherine Flack, of Ashen- 
don, Essex, widow of Robert Flack, of same, 
yeoman, deceased aljont two years, consent of 
her brother, Thomas Humfry, of Ashendon 
aforesaid — at Ramsey aforesaid. 17 Oct. 1S98. 
B. 

Bland, Thomas, of Westham, Essex, esq., 
widower, about 58, and Mrs. Anne Jegon, of 
Putney, Surrey, widow, about 32 — at Fulham, 
Middlesex. 20 Feb. 1673. V. 

Bland, William (Blande), and Faith Tyball, of 
All Hallows Barking, London, widow of 
Walter Tyball, of same, fruiterer — at same. 
9 Sept. 1583. B. 

Blandford, Thomas, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
gent., bachelor, about 21, and Elizabeth Peck, 
of same, spinster, about 19, her parents 
dead — at Whitechapel, Middlesex. 31 May, 
1670. V. 

Blandy, Thomas, of St. Jame«, Garlick Hithe, 
London, Salter, and Dorothy Fenton, widow 
of James Fenton, late of St. Clement Danes, 
Middlesex, gent. — at Edmonton, Herts {sic). 
11 Oct. I6I9; B. 

Blandy, John, of Letcombe Bassett, Berks, gent., 
bachelor, 32, and Mary Gleed, spinster, 24, 
daughter of Jolm Gleed, of South Marston, 
Wilts, yeoman, who consents — at Wroughton, 
Wilts, or Uffington, or Ashbury, Berks. 
13 June, 1676. F. 

Blandy, John, of Kimbry, co. Berks, gent., 
bachelor, about 23, and Elizabeth Tipping, of 
Aston Rowant, co. Oxon, spinster, about 19, 
consent of father, John Tipping, of same, 
gent. — at Stoken Church, co. Oxon. 19 Nov. 
1663. V. 

Blathen, John, of St. Martin, Ludgate, and 
Johanna Nelson, widow, of St. Bride — at St. 
Bride. 16 Feb. 157f . B. 

Blather, Henry, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
gent., and " Clasiam " Darley, spinster, 
daughter of Roger Darlie, of the city of 
Westminster, baker, gen. lie, 2 Jan. 158|^. B. 

Blathwayte, William, esq., of Middle Temple, 
and Anne Povey, of same, spinster, 27, con- 
sent of father, Justinian Povey, esq.^ — in chapel 
of Honnslow, Middlesex. 19 Oct. 16i2. B. 

Blayer, James, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, mer- 
chant taylor, and Katherine Forrest, widow, 
of same, gen. lie, 15 June, 1582. B. 

Blayney, — (Blaynie), and — Abercrombie, of 
the city of Westminster, widow. 9 Sept. 

1636. D. 

Blayney, James (Blaynie), and Martha Lee, of 
the city of Westminster, widow. 23 Feb. 
163§. D. 

Blayney, John (Blaynie), and Mary Jorey, of 
the city of Westminster, widow. 23 May, 

1637. D. 

Blayney, John (Blaynie), of Kinsham, co. Here- 
ford, gent., bachelor, 25, and Katherine Rich, 
of Westham, co. Essex, widow, abont 50 [sic] 
— at Westham aforesaid, Stratford, Bow co. 
Middlesex, or Gray's Inn chapel, 18 April, 
1673. F. 



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Blayney, Oweu (Blaiiye),of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
gent., and Anne Huson, of same, daughter of 
Thomas Huson, late of same, fletcher — at 
same. 27 Feb. 160f . B. 

Blayney, Eobert (Blaney), of Kinsham, co. Here- 
foi'd, esq., bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. 
Rebecca Rushworth, of St. Mary, Savoy, 
Middlesex, spinster, about 18, consent of father, 
John Rushworth, esq., at St. Mary, Savoy, 
aforesaid, or the Temple Chapel. 17 Aug. 
1667. V. 

Bleake, George, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
brewer, bachelor, and Isabell Spratley, of 
same, spinster — at same, 5 Jan. 162J. D. 

Bleatso, George, of the City of London, mat- 
maker, and Elizabeth Dudley, widow, of same, 
relict of Ralph Dudley, late of Dartford, co. 
Kent, tailor— at St. Botolph, Aldgate. 21 Oct. 
1587. B. 

Blechynden, Thomas, one of the prebendaries of 
Christchurch, Canterbury, bachelor, 42, and 
Margaret Aldersey, of St. Catherine Coleman, 
spinster, 18, daughter of Samuel Aldersey, 
merchant, deceased, consent of her mother-in- 
law, Margaret Aldersey — at St. Faith, or St. 
Leonard, Foster Lane, attested by Richard 
Blechynden, of St. Gregory, silkman. 4 Dec. 
1635. B. 

Blechynden, Thomas, of Dulwich, co. Surrey, 
merchant, bachelor, about 21., and Mrs. Mary 
Cartwright, of same, spinster, about 18, con- 
sent of father, Richard Cartwright, of same, 
esq. — at Camberwell, Dulwich, or Mitcham, 
CO. Surrey. 16 Aug. 1665. V. 

Blemell, James, of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, 
London, carpenter, and Marrian Towe, of St. 
Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, spinster, daugh- 
ter of William Towe, of same, victualler — at 
St. Mary-at-Hill, London. 3 May, 1625. B. 

Blemell, Thomas, of St. Olave, Old Jewry, car- 
penter, and Thomasine Neale, of the Savoy, 
Middlesex, widow of William Neale, late of 
same — at parish church of the Savoy. 7 March, 
160f. B. 

Blenkarne, Thomas, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 26, and Jane Braye, of 
same, spinster, 19, daughter of Edward Bray, 
of Sheere, co. Surrey, esq., who consents — at 
St. Mary, Savoy, or St. Clement Danes, Mid- 
dlesex. 11 Jan. 167|. F. 

Blennerhassett, Richard, and Elizabeth Awdeley, 
spinster, of London — at St. Lawrence Pount- 
ney. 15 June, 1579. B. 

Blennerhassett, Thomas (Blennerhaysett), of 
St. Margaret Pattens, bachelor, 24, and Sarah 
Weaver, of St. Magnus, London, spinster, 17, 
consent of her parents — at All Hallows, London 
Wall. 25 March, 1703. B. 

Blennerhassett, William (Blennerhassatt) (sic 
subs.), of Holme Coultrom, co. Cumberland, 
esq., bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Frances 
Musgrave, of Heyton Castle, said county, 
spinster, about 20, consent of father, Sir 
Edward Musgrave, of same, knight and bart., 
— at St. Margaret, Westminster. 12 March, 
167^. V. 

Blethins, John, of the City of London, em- 
broiderer, and Alice Marston , spinster, daughter 
of Thomas Marston, deceased — at St. Mildred, 
Bread Street, London. 20 July, 1619. B. 

Blevre, Henry, of St. Sepulchre, locksmith, and 
Margaret Peacocke, spinster, of St. Alphage, 
London— at St. Alphage. 16 Feb. 158^. B. 



Blewett, James, husbandman, and Katherine 
Lawson, of the City of London, spinster, 
daughter of William Lawson, late of Lewis- 
ham, CO. Kent, husbandman, deceased, gen. 
He, 13 Feb. 159^. B. 
Slinch, George, of Lyon's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
21, and Mrs. Elizabeth Mawson, of St. Clement 
Danes, Middlesex, spinster, 17, with consent 
of her father, Humphrey Mawson, of same — 
at Chelsea, or Gray's Inn chapel, Middlesex. 
2 Dec. 1684. F. 

Blinckingsoppe, George, draper, and Eliza- 
beth Graves, widow, of Little All Hallows, 
Thames Street — at Little All Hallows afore- 
said. 29 Jan. 157^. B. 

Blincoe, George, esq., and Elizabeth Fowler, 
widow, of the City of London, relict of — 
Fowler, gent., gen. lie, 9 July, 1590. B. 

Blincoe, George, esq., Middle Temple, bachelor, 
33, father dead, and Maria Hicks, St. Martin, 
Ludgate, London, si^inster, daughter of William 
Hicks, scrivener, deceased, consent of her 
uncle and guardian, Robert Hickes, of East 
Haddon, co. Northampton, gent. — ^at St. 
Michael, Comhill, London. 22 April, 1624. B- 

Blincoe, Nicholas, jun., gent., of Waltham Holy 
Cross, Essex, bachelor, 24, son of Nicholas 
Blincoe, sen., of same, and Mary Bird, of 
Littlebury, Essex, maiden, 22, daughter of 
Thomas Bird, of same, gent., both fathers 
consenting — at Littlebury aforesaid. 28 June, 
1611. B. 

Blinde, Silvester, and Alice Gawge, of the dioceso 
of Norwich. 22 Jan. 1544. F. 

Bliss, James, gent., of Leamington, co. Warwick, 
bachelor, 22, and Joane Harvie, of All Hallows- 
the-Less, London, spinster, 18, daughter of 
Robert Harvie, of same, merchant taylor, who 
consents — at St. Faith, or St. Andrew-in-the 
Wardrobe. 25 Nov. 1633. B. 

Bliss, William (Blisse), of St. Mary Magdalen, 
Bermondsey, bachelor, 27, and Elizabeth 
Sanders, spinster, 18, daughter of Francis 
Sanders, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, 
gent., who consents — at St. Andrew, Holborn. 
18 Nov. 1662. F. 

Blissett, Thomas, gent., of Richmond, Surrey, 
bachelor, 23, and Frances Nevill, of St. 
Mildred, Poultry, spinster, 22 — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn. 15 July, 1643. B. 

Blithman, Jasper, gent., and Rachel Skarlett, 
widow, of St. Michael, Cornhill, gen. lie, 21 
April, 1578. B. 

Blithman, John, clerk, curate of Northall, Herts, 
bachelor, 39, and Frances Gladman, spinster, 
21, daughter of Nazariah Gladman, vicar of 
South Mims, Middlesex, who consents — at St. 
Bonnet Sherehogg. 4 May, 1633. B. 

Blocke, Robert, husbandman, and Dorothy 
Welder, widow, of St. Albans, Herts — at St. 
Andrew, Holborn. 4 July, 1582. B. 

Blocksuche, William, of City of London, and 
Alice Symonds, spinster, of Waltham Holy 
Cross, CO. Essex, daiTghter of William 
Simonds, of same, yeoman— at St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf. 18 July, 1583. B. 

Bloden, Walter, of St. Faith, London, gent., and 
Jane Thresher, of St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, in 
said city, spinster — at Stoke Newiugton, 
Middlesex. 10 Aug. 1615. B. 

Blois, Sir Charles, knight, of Cockfield, co. 
Sufiblk, widower, and Anne Hawtry, spinster, 
25, daughter of Ralph Hawtry, of Ryslipp, 
Middlesex, esq., who consents — at Ryslipp 
aforesaid, or . . 18 April, 1694. F. 



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Blois, Thomas (Bloisc), of Rtcpiioy, Middlesex, 
marinor, and Judith Adams, of St. Magnns, 
London, sjiinstcr, daughter of William Adams, 
of same, lli'tcher — at St. Magnus aforesaid. 
10 May, IGIO. B. 

Blomberg', Charles, Baron of, in Prussia, in 
Brandenburg, bachelor, 29, and Dame Eliza- 
beth Sheores, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, widow — at St. Margaret, West- 
minster, St. Sepulchre, London, or Westminster 
Abl)cy. 17 Sept. 1687. F. 

Blomer, John, of St. Martin, Ludgate, haber- 
dasher, and Eleonor Nicholls, widow, relict of 
John Nicholls, late of St. Lawrence, Old 
Jewry, innholder — at St. Lawrence. 20 June, 
1584. B. 

Blomfield, Henry (Blomfeild), of Bury St. 
Edmonds, Suffolk, gent., bachelor, about 25, 
and Jlrs. Awdrey Garnon, of same, spinster, 
about 20, her parents dead — at Westley, in 
said county. 17 Feb. 166f . V. 

Blomfield, Powell (Blomfeild), bachelor, and 
Alice Drewe, daughter of Gregory Drewe, of 
St. Magnus, London, fishmonger — at St. 
Andrew Hubbard, London. 16 Feb. 161^. 
B. 

Blomfield, Thomas, gent., of Stepney, 31, and 
Sara Jackson, of Barking, Essex, 30, widow of 
Edward Jackson, late of same, deceased — at 
Bromley, Middlesex. 16 June, 1636. B. 

Blondeville, Gilbert (sic subs.), gent., of Disse, co. 
Norfolk, bachelor, 32, and Margaret Poley, of 
St. Dunstan-in-the-West, spinster, 28 — at St. 
Mai-y, Islington, or Hackney. 25 July, 1636. B. 

Bloom.e, Francis, of Stepney, Middlesex, sailor, 
bachelor, and Ellen Harvy, of same, siMnster, 
daughter of — Harvy, of Poyntenton, co. 
Somerset, yeoman — at Stepney aforesaid. 29 
June, 1619. B. 

Bloom.e, Thomas, and Agnes Stempe, of Christ- 
church, Newgate, daughter of Anthony 
Stempe, of Horsam, co. Sussex, yeoman — at 
Christ Church aforesaid. 12 Feb. 158f. B. 

Blore, Humphrey, of St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex, tailor, and Alice Zanckie, of same, 
spinster • — at St. Andrew-in-tho-Wardrobe, 
Loudon. 8 June, 1625. B. 

Blore, Thomas, of City of London, gent., and 
Agnes Cooke, spinster, of Westham, co. Essex, 
gen. lie. 21 July, 1566. B. 

Blosse, Charles, of St. Mary Key, Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk, gent., bachelor, 30, and Alice How, of 
Woston Market, in said county, spinster, 24, at 
her own disposal — at Woston Market or Stow 
Market, in said county, or ... . 10 May, 
1681. F. 

Blount, Christopher, of the Middle Temple, 
bachelor, 30, and Dorothy Zouch, of St. Mary, 
Savoy, Middlesex, spinster, 25, at her own 
disposal — at Barnett, Herts, or ... . 20 July, 
1679. F. 

Blount, Christopher, of the Middle Temple, esq., 
bachelor, 30, and Elizabeth Fanshaw, of St. 
Sepulchre, London, spinster, 23, her parents 
dead — at St. Sepulchre aforesaid, or ... . 
19 Aug. 1684. F. 

Blount, Edward (Blunte), esq., and Elizabeth 
Pope, spinster, of City of London, gen. lie, 
21 May, 1572. B. 

Blount, George, esq., of Henley-on-Thames, co. 
Oxon, bachelor, 28, and Esther Thibou, of St. 
James, Westminster, widow, 24 — at St. James 
aforesaid, or St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Mid- 
dlesex. 1 Jan. 1753. F. 

Blount, Pope (Blunte), esq., and Frances Nevell, 
of London, widow of Humphrey Nevell, late of 
St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, London, esq. — at 
St. Lawrence aforesaid. 12 June, 1592. B. 



Blount, Thomas, of Writlewarsh {sic), Kent, 
gent., widower, 28, and Anna Grosvenor, 
spinster, 22, daughter of Edward Grosvenor, 
of St. Anne, Blackfriars, esq., ■\\ho consents — 
at St. Gregorj', or St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, 
London. 3 Dec. 1601. F. 

Blount, Thomas Pope, of Tittcnhangcr, Herts, 
esq., Ijachelor. about 20, his father's consent, 
and Mrs. Jane Cajsar, of Benington, Herts, 
spinster, about 17, her mother's consent — at 
St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, London. 19 July, 
1669. V. 

Blount, Thomas Pope, esq., of Tittenhanger, 
Herts, bachelor, 24, son of Sir Thomas Pope 
Blount, bart., of St. James, Westminster, who 
alleges, and Catherine Butler, of Patcham, 
Sussex, s])inster, 18, daughter of James Butler, 
of same, esq., who consents — at St. James, 
Westminster, or ... . 8 Dec. 1095. F. 

Blount, Walter (Blunt), of Maple Durham, co. 
Oxon, esq., widower, about 35, and Theresa 
Elizabeth Plowden, of Shiplake, said county, 
about 21, her father's consent — at St. Giles 
or St. Martin-in-the-Fields, or St. Paul, 
Covent Garden. 5 Feb. 16^. V. 

Blount, Sir Walter Kirkham, bart., of Soddington, 
CO. Worcester, widower, and Mary Cranmer, 
spinster, about 21, daughter of Sir Ca?sar 
Cranmer, knight, of Astwood Bury, Bucks, 
who consents — at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, or 
St. Margaret, Westminster, Middlesex. 18 
June, 1083. F. 

Blow, John (Blowe) , and Beatrice Dawe, of St. 
Sepulchre, London — to marry there. 9 Feb. 
154§. B. [In margin, " non emanavit."] 

Blow, John, of St. Margaret, Westminster, gent., 
bachelor, about 26, and Elizabeth Bradocke, 
of same, spinster, about 20, consent of father, 
Edward Bradocke, gent., at St. Paul, Covent 
Garden, St. Margaret, Westminster, or St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields. 23 Sept. 1074. V. 

Blow, Thomas, of Chelsea, Middlesex, bachelor, 
40, and Mary Butler, of same, spinster, 23 — 
at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 20 Feb. 
17ig. F. 

Blower, Richard, of town of Cambridge, gent., 
bachelor, and Alice Guelph, of London, 
spinster, 22, consent of mother, a widow — at 
Broxbourne, Herts. 12 Feb. 163?. B. 

Blower, Richard, ofFurnival's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
about 23, and Mrs. Mary Morgan, of Green- 
ford, Middlesex, spinster, 21 and upwards — at 
St. Andrew, Holborn, St. Mary, Savoy, St. 
Giles-in-the-Fields, or Perrivale, Middlesex. 
12 Feb. 1674. V. 

Blowes, John, of Braxted, co. Essex, yeoman, and 
Anne Biggs, of Great Bardfield, said county, 
spinster, daughter of William Biggs, late of 
said county, yeoman, deceased, gen. lie, 23 
May, 1595. B. 

Bluck, Matthew, of Hunsdon, Herts, bachelor, 
25, and Katherine Hawkins, spinster, about 
19, daughter of Richard Hawkins, of St. 
Martin, Ludgate, London, esq., who consents 
— at St. Dionis Backchurch, London. 13 April, 
1683. F. 

Bludder, Marmaduke, gent., of St. Botolph, Aid- 
gate, widower, 30, and Elizabeth West, of 
Stepney, spinster, 20, daughter of Heni-y 
West, of same, yeoman, who consents, attested 
liy William AVcst, of St. Dunstan-in-the-Eabt, 
citizen and fishmonger — at Stepney or Strat- 
ford, Bow, Middlesex. 6 July, 1630. B. 



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Bludder, Marmaduke, of Stratford, Middlesex, 
gent., widower, about 68, and Anne Motters- 
head, of St. Dunstan-in-the-East, widow, about 
52 — at Stracford, Bow, Middlesex, or ... . 
23 Julj^ 1674, V. 

Blumsome, Thomas, of St. Bride, London, baker, 
widower, uud Jane Lewgar, of same, spinster, 
at St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street — at 
St. Gregory or St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 
5 Oct. 1661. B. 

Blundell, Sir George, knight, of Cardington, 
Beds, widower, 38, and Elizabeth Yardley, 
spinster, 18, daughter of Christopher Yardley, 
of East Greenwich, Kent, merchant, who 
consents — at St. Gabriel, Fenchurch, or St. 
Diouis Backchurch, 16 May, 1661. F. 

Blundell, Ralph, of South Weald, co. Essex, 
carpenter, and Martha Jackson, of same, 
spinster, daughter of William Jackson, of 
same, carpenter — at St. Dunstau-in-tlie-West, 
London. 24 Nov. 1610. B. 

Blundell, Shadrack, esq., of Inner Temple, 
bachelor, 26, and Mrs. Frances Clarke, of St. 
Sepulchre, London, spinster, 23, her parents 
dead— at St. Mary, Savoy. 10 Feb. 169f . B. 

Blunden, Thomas, of St. Mildred, Bread Street, 
London, baker, and Elizabeth Dekins, spinster, 
of St. Sepulchre, London, daughter of — 
Dekins, late of Bramyard, co. Worcester, 
husbandman, deceased, gen. lie, 28 March, 
1594. B. 

Blundeville, Gilbert. See Blondeville. 

Blunt, Arthur, of Harrow-on-the-Hill, co. Middle- 
sex, yeoman, and Anne Worster, of New 
Bi-andford, said county, sjiinster, daughter of 
— Worster, deceased — at St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf, London. 26 April, 1619. B. 

Blunt, Charles, of Middle Temple, gent., bachelor, 
about 30, and Anne Berners, of Chelsea, 
Middlesex, spinster, about 22, her mother's 
consent — at Chelsea aforesaid. 28 Oct. 1670. 
V. [Crossed out, and " vacat" in margin.] 

Blunt, John (Blunte), of City of London, and 
Anne Layton, spinster, of Tottenham — to 
marry there. 15 June, 1570. B. 

Blunt, John (Blunte), of Bromley, Middlesex, 
tailor, and Agnes Scott, spinster, of White- 
chapel, daughter of — Scott, late of Weston, 
CO. Somerset, deceased — at Layton, co. Essex. 
15 Feb. 158f . B. 

Blunt, John, of the city of Westminster, yeoman, 
and Anne Pittam, of Rislipp, Middlesex, 
daughter of Roger Pittam, of Nor thai! , 
Middlesex — at St. Leonard, in St. Martin-le- 
Grand. 6 June, 1622. D. 

Blunt, Richard (Bluute), of All Hallows Stayning, 
barber-surgeon, and Margaret Wever, spinster, 
of St. Margaret Pattens— at St. Margaret 
aforesaid. 28 Jan. 158f. B. 

Blunt, Thomas, of Springfield, Essex, widower, 
about 50, and Martha Ashley, of same, widow, 
about 40— at same. 9 Dec. 1669. V. 

Blunt, William, of St. Andrew, Holbom, gent., 
widower, and Sara Handy, of same, widow — • 
at St. Mary Somerset, London. 21 Aug. 
1676. V. 

Blurton, Walter, gent., of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, 22, father dead, mother's consent, 
and Mary Rashleigh, of same, spinster, 22, 
consent of mother, Amy Rashleigh, widow — 
at St. Mary, Islington, or chapel of Marybone, 
Middlesex. 29 June, 1643. B. 

Bly, Edward, of St. Andrew, Holbom, bachelor, 
23, and Elizabeth Whitmore, of St. Bride, 
spinster, 23— at St. Bride. 25 Nov. 1715. B. 



Blythe, Francis (Blithe), and Mary Dygbyo, 
spinster, of St. Faith, Loudon, gen. lie., 23 
Juno, 1573. B. [In margin, " famula Mri. 
Harryson Proctor".] 

Blythe, George, gent., and Anne Egerton, spinster, 
of City of London, gen. lie, 6 July, 1573. B. 

Blythe, John (Blyth) of Consell, co. Warwick, 
gent., bachelor, 22, and Anno Dalbey, spinster, 
22, consent of mother, her father dead — at 
St. Mary, Savoy. 8 Dec. 1642. B. 

Blythe, John, gent., of Stepney, bachelor, 25, and 
Margaret Tickoridge, of Deptford, Kent, 
spinster, 18, her father dead, consent of her 
mother, Susan Tickeridge, alias Blyth— at St. 
Botolph, Aldersgate. 15 Sept. 1643. B. 

Blythe, William (Blithe), clerk, vicar of Great 
Maplestead, co. Essex, and Margaret Spencer, 
spinster, daughter of Joane Spencer, of 
Gosfield, in said county, widow, gon. lie, 4 
Nov. 1590. B. 

Blythe, William, of St. Martin-iu-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, and Sarah Dawes, of All Hallows- 
the-Lcss, Loudon, spinster, daughter of John 
Dawes, late of All Hallows-the-Great, London, 
skinner, deceased — at St. Matthew, Friday 
Street, London. 24 Dec. 1607. B. 

Bly ton, Matthew, of Rufford, co. Notts, gent., 
bachelor, 24, and Mary Hicks, of St. Dunstan- 
in-the-West, London, spinster, 26, her parents 
dead — at St. Dunstan aforesaid. 20 July, 
1671. F. 

Board, John (Boarde), esq., bachelor, 23, and 
Margaret Wall, of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 
spinster, 22, daughter of William Wall, esq., 
of same, who consents— at St. Bride. 7 Feb. 
163i. B. 

Boai'd, John, of Linfield, Sussex, gent., about 40, 
and Elizabeth Newuam, of same, spinster, 
about 24, and at own disposal — at Lingfield or 
Horstead, co. Sussex. 6 Feb. 167f. V. 

Boate, Benjamin, of Deptford, Kent, widower, 
about 50, and Rebecca Haines, of St. Michael, 
Queenhithe, widow, about 50 — at St. George, 
Botolph Lane, London. 1 April, 1661. V. 

Boate, Edward, gent., of Portsmouth, co. South- 
ampton, widower, 50, and Rebecca Holt, 
widow, 35 — at St. Magnus or St. Mary Mag- 
dalen, New Fish Street. 30 July, 1639. B. 

Bockett, John, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, 
bachelor, 26, and Frances Scarlett, of same, 
spinster, 19, daughter of John Scarlett, of the 
town of Colchester, gent., who consents — at 
All Hallows-in-the-Wall, London. 15 Aug. 
1683. F. 

Boddam, Roger, of City of Loudon, barber, 
and Magdalen OstrafEe, of St. Olave, Hart 
Street, London, widow of John Ostraffe, 
gent., gen. lie, 24 Nov. 1589. B. 

Boden, John, of St. Mary Abchurch, London, 
carpenter, and Margaret Simons, of St. Giles, 
Cripplegate, London, widow — at St. Sepul- 
chre, London. 18 May, 1616. B. 

Bodenham, Philip, of Orpiugton, co. Kent, esq., 
bachelor, 26, and Mrs. Mary Poley, of Shor- 
ham, said county, spinster, about 18, her 
father's consent — at Little Peckham, said 
county. 5 Jane, 1674. V. 

Bodenham, Beaumond, of Ryhall, co. Rutland, 
gent., bachelor, about 24, and Ursula Wig- 
more, of Little Shelford, co. Cambridge, 
spinster, about 19, consent of her father, 
— Wigmore, D.D. — at St. Andrew, Holbom, or 
Temple Church, London. 9 July, 1663. V. 



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Bodingham, Thomas, and Margaret Kirke. 
2 April, 1670. D. 

Bodleigh, George (Boddelee), of the City of 
London, mariner, and Frances Fi'cake, widow, 
of Bromley, co. Middlesex, relict of John 
Freake, late of same, yeoman, gen. lie, 25 
March, 1591. B. 

Bodleigh, John, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
printer, bachelor, and Elizabeth Kemp, of St. 
Benct, Paul's Wharf, spinster, daughter of 
— Bodley (sic), widow, late of or near King- 
ston, CO. Surrey — at St. Bride, London. 23 
July, 1608. B. 

Bodlighte, Gilbert, of St. Mary Aldermary, 
citizen and clothworker, and Elizabeth Sow- 
thearno, spinster, of All Hallows, Honey Lane, 
gen. lie, 1 April, 1570. B. 

Bodurda, Griffith, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., widower, 
40, and Katharine Shaxton, of St. Olave, 
Silver Street, London, widow, 40 — at St, 
Olave aforesaid, St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, 
London, or St. Margaret, Westminster. 23 
July, 1664. F. 

Bcemond, Nicholas, of Harrisham, Kent, gent., 
bachelor, 29, and Susan Barron, spinster, 27, 
daughter of Robert Barron, late of Boughton, 
Kent, gent., deceased, with consent of her 
mother, Susan Barron, of same, widow — to 
marry at St. Olave, Southwark, or St. Mary 
Magdalen, Bermondsey [the date is 11 Oct., 
but evidently error for 21]. 21 Oct. 1632. F. 

Eoge, John, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, goldsmith, 
and Elizabeth Myllerde, widow, of the same — 
at same. 31 March, 1584. B. 



f, Robert, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
bachelor, about 24, and Mrs. Mary Lockey, of 
Ulley, CO. York, widow, about 25 — at St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, Gray's Inn, or Temple 
chapel. 11 Nov. 1668. V. 

Bois, John du, of St. Mary, Aldermanbury, Lon- 
don, widower, 40, and Sarah Waldo, spinster, 
22, daughter of Anne Waldo, of All Hallows, 
Honey Lane, London, widow, who consents — 
at All Hallows, aforesaid, or St. Faith, London. 
10 Sept. 1662. F. 

Bolas, Abael, haberdasher, and Anne Stevenson, of 
St. Mary Somerset, London, spinster — at St. 
Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London. 21 
Dec. 1626. B. 

Bolde, Henry, of St. Catherine Cree Church, 
London, pewterer, bachelor, and Etheldred 
Androwes, of All Hallows Barking, spinster, 
daughter of — Andrewes, late of St. Stephen, 
Coleman Street, said city, innholder deceased, 
— at All Hallows Barking aforesaid. 23 May, 
1610. B. 

Boldero, Daniel, of St. James, Duke's Place, Lon- 
don, bachelor, 23, and Elizabeth Gaile, of St. 
Bennet Sherehog, London, spinster, 19, with 
consent of her mother, Sarah Gaile, of same, 
widow — at St. James, Clerkenwell, St Mary, 
Islington, or Highgate Chapel, Middlesex. 13 
May, 1674. F. 

Boldero, Thomas, now of London, gent., and Anne 
Broadstreet, of same, widow of Thomas Broad- 
street, late of Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, 
j-coman, gen. He, 14 Feb. 159|. B. 

Boldrey, Christopher, of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, bricklayer, and Audrey Simonds, of 
same, spinster — at same. 9 Sept. 1607. D. 

Bolgrave, Jolm, of the City of London, carpenter, 
and Alice Adames, of same, spinster, daughter 
of John Adames, late of Strowde, co. Kent, 
deceased, gen. lie, 19 Feb. 158|. B. 



Bolitho, John, of St. Mary Woolnoth, London, 
goldsmith, bachelor, 26, and Anne Cox, sjjin- 
ster, 20, daughter of Dame Rachel Cox, of 
Bromley, Middlesex, widow, who consents — at 
St. Mary-at-Hill or St. Mary Aldermary, 
London, or St. Paul, Covent Garden, Middle- 
sex. 11 Oct. 1673. F. 

Boll, William, J)utcher, and Elizabeth Hutton, 
spinster, of Stratford, Bow, Middlesex, gen. 
lie, 19 June, 1582. B. 

Bolls, John (Bollcs), gent., of St. Stephen, Wal- 
brook, widower, 34, and Anne Bluett, of St. 
Dunstan-in-the-West, 31, widow of John 
Bluett, apothecary, deceased — at St. Stephen, 
Walbrook, or Stepney. 29 July, 1637. B. 

BoUes, Sir John, bart., of Scampton, co. Lincoln, 
bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. Elizabeth Pyn- 
sent, of St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, about 
20, consent of father, John Pynsent, esq., Pro- 
thonotary of the Common Pleas at West- 
minster, of same — at St. Andrew, Holborn. 
28 Nov. 1663. V. 

Bolt. See also Boxjlt. 

Bolt, Henry (Bolte), and Elizabeth Davison, 
widow, of St. Peter, in Cheapside — to marry 
there. 9 Nov. 1564. B. 

Bolt, Matthew (Bolte), of St. Olave, Old Jury, cord- 
wainer, and Isabell Wyatt, of same, widow — 
at same. 4 Feb. 158^. B. 

Bolt, Nathan, of Stepney, Middlesex, merchant, 
and Mary Symondson, of same, widow — at 
Statford, Bow, co. Middlesex. 17 April, 1622. 
B. 

Bolton. See also Boulton. 

Bolton, Alexander, of Fumivall's Inn, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 25, and Elizabeth Broadnax, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, London, spinster, 22, 
daughter of Anne Broadnax, of same, widow, 
who consents — at St. James, Clerkenwell, 
Middlesex, or . . .28 June, 1697. F. 

Bolton, Edward, of King Street, Westminster, 
gent., about 40, and Ann Fuller, spinster, 
about 40 [daughter of Robert Fuller, deceased], 
lately remaining with one Boulton, serjeant 
of the queen's scullery, they have parents 
living — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 16 
Feb. 160a. D. 

Bolton, George (Bowlton), of All Hallows-in- 
the-Wall, merchant, and Elizabeth Higham, 
spinster, of same — at same. 12 Aug. 1582. B. 

Bolton, George, labouring man, and Isabell 
Barrowe, of Tottenham, Middlesex, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Barrowe, late of ... . 
CO. Salop, husbandman, deceased — at Totten- 
ham aforesaid. 8 Sept. 1598. B. 

Bolton, Samuel, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, 
clerk, M.A., bachelor, 24, and Ellinor Little, 
spinster, 21 and upwards, daughter of Francis 
Little, late of Abbington, co. Oxon, gent., 
deceased, and her mother also — at All Hallows- 
in-the-Wall, or St. Martin, Ironmonger Lane, 
London. 27 Feb. 163|. F. 

Bolton, Stephen of St. Mildred-in-tbe-Ponltry, 
London, gent., bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. 
Grace Irton, of St. Sepulchre, London, spins- 
ter, about 26, and at own disposal — at St. 
Dustan-in-the-East, or All Hallows Barking. 
17 July, 1672. Y. 

Bolton, Thomas, of All Hallows Staining, and 
I\Iary Long, of St. Peter, Cornhill. 14 Jan. 
153S. B. 

Bolton, Thomas, and Joanna Medowe, gen. He, 
7 June, 1560. B. 



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Bolton, William (Bowlton), and Anno Inman, 
spinster, of St. Margaret, New Fish Street, 
London. 15 Jan. 157§. B. 
Bolton, William (Bowlton), of St. Bi-ide, London, 
gent,, and Margaret Dallam, of St. Peter-le- 
Poor, London, widow of John Dallam, late of 
same, merchant, gen. lie, 2i July, 1595. B. 
Boltwell, Richard (Bowltwcll), of Abbotts Laugley, 
and Jane Fynche, spinster, of St. Michael or 
St. Alban, gen. lie, 5 Nov. 1573. B. 
Bomelimnn, Elizenmu, doctor of medicine, and 
Jane Rychardes, of St. Stephen, Walbrook — 
to marry there. 13 July, 1564. B. 

Bomfoy, Bastian (Bumfoy), of St. Catherine 
Colman, and Juliana Francko, of Littlo All 
Hallows, aforesaid. 13 Fob. 156|. B. 

Bouifrey, Roger, and Susanna Ivery, of the city 
of Westminster, widow. 23 Nov. 1633. D. 

Bonam, John, haberdasher, and Alice Cowper, of 
AH Hallows Barking, London, widow of Ralph 
Cowper, late of same, haberdasher — at AH 
Hallows Barking, aforesaid. 17 June, 1598. 
B. 

Bonas, Henry, of St. Clement Danes, merchant 
taylor, bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth Ayliffe, 
spinster, 22, daughter of Mr. Ayliffe, of 
Boston, CO. Lincoln, gent., who consents — at 
St. Mary Somerset. 2 June, 1628. B. 

Bonas, John (Bonus), of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 
Middlesex, cordwainer, and Anne Leaver, of 
same, widow of Thomas Leaver, late of St. 
Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, schoolmaster, 
deceased^ at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf. 9 
March, 160|. B. 

Bonas, Thomas, of Little Hormead, Herts, yeoman, 
and Katherine Raven, widow, of Ashton, said 
county, relict of William Raven, late of same, 
yeoman, deceased — at St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf. 10 Nov. 1584. B. 

Bond, Anthony, and Cecilia Farr, of the parish of 
St. Matthew, City of London. 20 Feb. 154f . F. 

Bond, George, of Stepney, Middlesex, sailor, and 
Mary Wright, of same, sjjinster, daughter of 
Thomas Wright, of same, cordwainer — at All 
Hallows, Honey Lane, London. 18 April, 1623. 
B. 

Bond, George, of Ogborne St. George, Wilts, esq., 
bachelor, 30, and Elizabeth Hoskins, of Oxted, 
CO. Surrey, spinster, 21, her parents dead — at 
St. Giles, CO. Middlesex, or Wandsworth, co. 
Surrey. 25 April, 1668. F. 

Bond, Henry, and Elizabeth Brett, of the city of 
Westminster, widow. 6 April, 1611. D. 

Bond, John, of St. Lawrence, Jewry, London, 
founder, and Jane Harrison, of St. Sei^ulchre, 
London, widow of William Harrison, late of 
same, butcher, gen. lie, 30 Sept. 1597. B. 

Bond, John (Bonde), of St. Botoli>h, Aldersgate, 
London, gent., and Katherine Sletheredd, 
spinster, of Barking, co. Essex, daughter of 
— Sletheredd, late of co. Middlesex, gent., 
deceased, gen. lie, 3 May, 1589. B. 

Bond, John, priest, of Barking, co. Essex, and 
Katherine Sendie, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
Middlesex, widow of John Sendie, late of 
same, schoolmaster — at St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
aforesaid. 29 June, 1604. B, 

Bond, John, of St. Mary-at-Hill, London, vintner, 
bachelor, and Hester Merritt, widow of Samuel 
Merritt, late of Stejiney, co. Middlesex, mariner 
— at Hadleigh, co. Middlesex. 18 Sept. 1621. 
B. 

Bond, John, and Mary Larington, of the city of 
Westminstei", spinster. 1 Jan. 164f. D. 



Bond, John, of St. Mary, Savoy, Middlesex, esq., 
bachelor, 28, and Elizabeth Field, spinster, 19, 
daughter of John Field, of St. Anne, Black- 
friars, London, who consents — at St. Pancras. 
21 Sept. 1664. P. 

Bond, John, of St. James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, 
plasterer, bachelor, 23, and Priscilla Spencer, 
spinster, 22, daughter of Edward Spencer, of 
same, gent., who consents — at Gray's Inn 
chapel, Middlesex. 21 April, 1668. F. 

Bond, John, of Sunderitch, co. Kent., esq., 
widower, and Winifred Baggins, of St. Clement 
Danes, Middlesex, widow — at St. Clement 
aforesaid, or ... . 7 Aug. 1693. F. 

Bond, Nathaniel, of Lutton, co. Dorset, esq., 
widower, about 40, and Mrs. Mary Browne, 
of Moredon, said county, widow, about 30 — 
at Moredon, Bloaksworth, or Farrington, co. 
Dorset. 11 June, 1675. V. 

Bond, Robert, waterman, and Alice Hone, widow 
of Richard Hone — at All Hallows-the-Less, 
Thames Street, London. 11 Jan. 162^. B. 

Bond, Samuel (Bonde), of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
London, vintner, and Margaret Whittwell, of 
St. Clement Danes, spinster, daughter of Isaac 
Whittwell, late of same, gent., deceased — at 
St. Andrew, Holborn, aforesaid. 3 Oct. 1598. 
B. 

Bond, Thomas (Bonde), of St. Bennet, Grace- 
church, London, girdler, widower, and Jane 
Apleton, of same, widow of Richard Apleton, 
late of Newbery, Berks, vintner — at St. 
Botolph, Bishoj^sgate, London. 22 Jan. 161^. 
B. 

Bond, Thomas, of St. Bennet, Gracechurch, London, 
girdler, and Margaret Mayman, widow of John 
Mayman, girdler — at Little All Hallows, 
Thames Street, London. 9 Aug. 1616. B. 
Bond, Thomas, gent., of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 34, and Mary Appleford, 
of same, 50, widow of Stephen Appleford, 
gent., deceased — at St. Thomas Apostle, 
London. 14 April, 1624. B. 
Bond, Thomas, and Ellen Lynnett, of St. Michael, 
Wood Street — to marry there. 16 Jan. 155^. B. 
Bond, William (Bonde), of St. Helen, Bishopsgate, 
haberdasher, and Margaret Gore, spinster, of St. 
Stephen, Walbrooke, gen. lie, 31 March, 1580. 
B. 
Bond, William (Bonde), gent., of the City of 
London, and Anno Weste, widow, of St. 
Nicholas Cole Abbey, London — at St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf. 3 Oct. 1586. B. 
Bondsey, Edward [in margin, Bonseyj, of Little- 
ton, Middlesex, tailor, and Rebecca Rutter, of 
game, spinster, daughter of Robert Rutter, of 
same, yeoman — at same. 2 June, 1621. B. 
Bonettum, Rochoum, " Italianum," of St. Peter, 
Paul's Wharf, gent., and Eleonor Sent Johnes, 
of same, widow, gen. lie, 31 Dec. 1571. B. 
Boney, John, of Bony, co. Sussex, esq., bachelor, 
40, and Gresham Dowse, of Petworth, said 
county, widow, 35 — at Tillington, Petworth, 
or ... . 14 Sept. 1648. F. 
Bonfoy, Nicholas, of St. Helen, London, merchant, 
bachelor, 31, and Mary Shepheard, spinster, 16, 
daughter of Nicholas Shepheard, of Harrow- 
on-the-Hill, Middlesex, gent., who consents — 
at All Hallows-in-the-Wall, London. 5 Oct. 
1650. F. 
Bonham, Thomas, of Vallence, co. Essex, esq., 
bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, 
of St. Swithin, London, spinster, about 18, her 
father's consent — at St. Swithin aforesaid. 
15 Dec. 1676. V. 



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Bonnell, Andrew, of St. Dunstan-in-the-East, 
London, merchant, bachelor, about 27, and 
Mrs. Anne Aleyn, of Totteridge, Middlesex, 
about 18, consent of fatlior, Sir Thomas Aleyn, 
knight and bart. — at (iray's Inn chapel, or 
church of Fryan Barnett, Middlesex. 20 Deo. 
1670. Y. 

Bonnell, Richard, 1583. See Bownell. 

Bonner, Valentine, and Margaret Taylor, spinster, 
of Tulham, gen. lie, 3 Nov. 1573. B. 

Bonner, John, and Elizabeth Ellys, widow, of 
St. ]\Iary-at-Hill — to marry there. 22 Nov. 
155-1. B. 

Bonnes, Adam, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
bachelor, about 22, and Mary Cooley, of same, 
spinster, about 18, her mother's consent — at 
St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street, or St. 
Mary, Savoy. 11 Feb. 1671. V. 

Bennett, Roger, gent., famulum domesticum of 
Robert, Earl of Leicester, and Ellen Cuttle, 
widow, of St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish 
Street— at St. Nicholas Cole Abbey. 15 Aug. 
157G. B. 

Bonnick, Benjamin (Bonwicke), of Rygate, 
Surrey, gent., widower, about 33, and Mary 
Woodman, of same, widow, about 27, at 
Rygate, Leigh, or Newdigate, said comity. 
22 April, 1661. V. 

Bonnick, Richard (Bonick), of Fulham, Middlesex, 
waterman, and Joan Browne, of same, widow 
of Christopher Browne, late of same, yeoman, 
gen. lie, 16 Sept. 1594. B. 

Bonnick, Robert (Bonnicke), mealman, and 
Frances Bradshawe, spinster, daughter of 
Edmund Bradshawe — at St. Sepulchre, London. 
5 March, 161^. B. 

Bonnick, Thomas, jun., of Paddington, Middlesex, 
yeoman, and Jane Roades, of Bushey, Herts, 
spinster — at St. Leonard, Foster Lane. 26 May, 
1609. D. 

Bonsey, Edward, 1621. See Bondsey. 

Boode, Henry, and Elizabeth Byshoppe, of the 
diocese of London. 28 April, 1545. F. 

Boodyn, Robert, of St. Andrew Undershaft, 
Loudon, clothworkcr, and Alice Fawson, of St. 
Michael Bassishaw, spinster, daughter of 
Bartholomew Fawson, of Moreton Pinckney, 
CO. Northampton, yeoman — at St. Catherine 
Cree Church, London. 13 March, 160|. B. 

Booker, James, of St. Edmund, Lombard Street, 
London, merchant taylor, and Elizabeth 
Walker, of same, widow of Thomas Walker, 
late of same, paviour — at St. Martin in-the- 
Vintry, London. 14 Feb. 160^. B. 

Boole, John, of the City of London, merchant, and 
Katherine Davies, of Whitechapel, Middlesex, 
spinster, daughter of — Davies, deceased — at 
Whitechapel aforesaid. 17 July, 1624. B. 

Boomer, John, of Pi'ittlewell, co. Essex, yeoman, 
and Mary Weale, of Leigh, of the said county, 
spinster, daughter of — Weale, late of Roch- 
ford, of the said county, yeoman, deceased— 
at Prittlewell aforesaid. 9 Nov. 1609. B. 

Boone, Edward, gent., of St. Danstan-in-the- 
Wcst, bachelor, 28, and Joane Grantham, of 
same, spinster, 30 — at St. Giles-in-the-Fields. 
28 March, 1628. B. 

Boone, Robert, of St. Margaret, AVcstminster, 
gent., bachelor, about 36, and Mrs. Hannah 
Clarke, of same, spinster, aged 19, consent of 
father, Matthew Clarke, cln"rurgeon — at St. 
Bride, London. 25 Feb. 166^. V. 



Boosy, Edward, M.A., of Springfield, Essex, 
bachelor, 25, son of Edward Boosy, of same, 
gent., who consents, and Jane Bogas, maiden, 
21, daughter of Edward Bogas, late of Ardley, 
CO. Essex, gent., deceased eight years ago, 
consent of her father-in-law Mr. Matthew 
Davis, clork-vicar of Writtlo, Essex, with 
whom she dwelleth, as also of his wife, her 
motlier — at St. Giles, Cripplegate. 24 Juno, 
1612. B. 

Boosey, Thomas, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. Frances 
Croft, of same, si)inster, about 20, consent of 
mother, Mrs. Frances Croft, widow — at Sfc. 
Clement Danes, St. Giles-in-the-Fields, or St. 
Olave, Southwark. 28 Sept. 1668. V. 

Boote, John, of Felsted, co. Essex, yeoman, and 
Susanna Muriall, of St. Stephen, Walbrook, 
London, spinster, daughter of Thomas Muriall, 
late rector of St. Stephen aforesaid, deceased 
— at St. Stephen, Walbrook, aforesaid. 
6 Dec. 1625. B. 

Booth, Charles, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London, widower, and Elizabeth Maplesden, 
spinster, 22, daughter of George Maplesden, of 
Marden, co. Kent, gent., who consents — at St. 
Olave, Southwark, co. Surrey, or St. Bennet, 
Gracechurch, or St. Dunstan-in-the-East, 
London. 25 Nov. 1689. F. 

Boothe, George, clerk, curate of Bardfield, Saling, 
CO. Esses, and Alice Gest, of Little Dunmow, 
of the said county, widow of Thomas Gest, 
late of same, veoman, gen. lie, 13 Oct. 1591. 
B. 

Boothe, George, gent., of St. James, Garlick Hithe, 
bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth Badger, of same, 
maiden, 21, daughter of — Badger, of Strat- 
ford-on-Avon, co. Warmck, gent., consent of 
her sister, Mary Burton — at St. Lawrence 
Pountney. 4 Sept. 1615. B. 

Booth., George, at St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, 
London, and Elizabeth Johnson, spinster, 
daughter of Jasper Johnson, haberdasher — at 
St. Lawrence aforesaid. 21 Dec. 1624. B. 

Booth, George, esq., now of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, aged about 16, son and heir of the 
Worshii^ful William Booth, esq., deceased, 
with consent of the Master and Court of 
Wards and Liveries, and the Lady Catherine 
Clinton, daughter of the Right. Hon. Theo- 
philus. Earl of Lincoln, who consents — at St. 
Maiy Colechurch, Mercers' chajiel, London. 
13 Nov. 1639. B. 

Booth, George, gent., of city of Westminster, 
widower, 26, and Elizabeth Gray, of St. 
James, Clerkenwell, spinster, 22 — at St. Mary 
Magdalen, Old Fish Street. 14 Dec. 1644. 
B. 

Booth, Hon. Henry, son and heir of George, 
Baron of Delamer, and Mary Langham, only 
daughter of Sir James Langham, knight and 
bart. — at St. Helen, London, or any other 
church or chapel in London or Westminster. 
6 July, 1670. F. 

Booth, Humphrey (Boothe), jun., gent.,of St. Law- 
rence, Old Jewry, bachelor, 21, son of Humphrey 
Boothe, gent., of Salford, co. Lancaster, who 
consents, and Anne Hough, of St. Margaret, 
Lothbui-y, spinster, 19, daughter of Ralph 
Hough, citizen and clothworkcr, of London, 
who consents — at St. Margaret, LothburA'. 
23 March, 162^. B. 

Booth, John, of St. Andi'ow, Holborn, plasterer, 
bachelor, about 32, and Martha Barnes, of 
Lambeth, Surrey, spinster, about 27, at own 
disposal — at St. Andrew, Holborn. 24 Oct. 
1666. V. 



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Booth, Robert (Boofche), clerk, rector of Ramsden 
Belhouse, co. Essex, and Agnes Sawarde (sic) 
widow, of nigh Ongar, of the said county, 
relict of John Ilawardo (sic), late of same, 
yeoman, gen. lie. 18 May, 15'J0. B. 

Booth, Robert (Boothe), genb., and Dorothy 
Bashe, of Stanstead Theale, co. Herts, widow 
of Nicholas Bashe, late of same, gent., gen. 
lie. 18 Nov. 1591. B. 

Booth, Robei't, of Great St. Helen, London, 
citizen and grocer, bachelor, about 37, and 
Mrs. Judith Ashurst, of Hackney, Middlesex, 
spinster, about 19, consent of father, Henry 
Ashurst, of same, gent. — at St. Leonard, 
Shoreditch. 16 Dec. 1667. V. 

Booth, Robert, of the Inner Temple, London, 
gent., widower, 30, and Mrs. Anne Ci'ips, of 
St. Bride, said city, widow, 40 — at St. Mary, 
Savoy, Middlesex, or ... . 7 Nov. 1685. 
F. 

Booth, the Hon. Robert, archdeacon of Durham, 
bachelor, about 25, and Anne Booth, of 
Manchester, co. Lancaster, spinster, above 21, 
her parents dead — at St. James, Westminster, 
St. Martin-in-the-Pields, or St. Mary, Savoy, 
Middlesex. 1 Dec. 1691. F. 

Booth, Samuel (Bothe), of St. Mary Woolnoth, 
London, sailor, and Margery Lewys, widow, 
gen. lie, 6 Nov. 1593. B. 

Booth, Thomas, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
draper, and Alice Hardy, of same, widow of 
John Hardy, Salter — at St. Nicholas Olave, 
London. 12 Dec. 1619. B. 

Booth, William (Bothe), of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
London, goldsmith, and Alice Johans, of St. 
Dunstan-in-the-West, widow of Owen Johans, 
of same, chirurgeon, gen. lie, 19 April, 1589. 
B. 

Booth, William, of Morton, co. Surrey, gent., 
bachelor, about 26, and Hester Sandys, 
spinster, about 21, daughter of Edward 
Sandys, of Brinsfield, co. Gloucester, gent., 
who consents — at St. Margaret, Westminster, 
or in the cathedral church at Westminster. 
11 April, 1681. F. 

Boothby, Francis, of Ashborne Hall, co. Derby, 
esq., bachelor, 24, and Anne Child, spinster, 
20, daughter of George Child, of St. Catherine 
Creechurch, London, gent., who consents — at 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, St. Mary, Savoy, or 
the Temple church. 25 April, 1678. F. 

Boothby, Martin (Boothbie), gent., of St. 
Martin, Ludgate, London, bachelor, 42, and 
Anne Carr, of St. Anne, Blackfriars, London, 
spinster, 20, daughter of Gabriel Carr, of 
same, gent., who consents — at St. Anne, 
Blackfriars, aforesaid. 21 S'.^pt. 1G20. U. 

Boothby, Robert, of Chinekford, Essex, gent., 
bachelor, 28, and Mary Hyer, spinster, 15, 
daughter of George Hyer, esq., of Sheene, 
Surrey, who consents — at Chinckford afore- 
said. 18 Aug. 1621. B. 

Boothby, Robert, esq., of Friday Hill, co. Essex, 
bachelor, 28, and Sarah Jackson, of St. Bride, 
London, spinster, her parants dead and she at 
her own disposal — at St. Bartholomew-the- 
Great, London. 21 Sept. 1689. F. 

Boothehouse, William, of Little All Hallows, 
Thames Street, London, clothworker, and 
Frances Gravenor, of St. Mary-at-Hill, said 
city, spinster, daughter of Robert Gravenor, 
of Wadesmill, co. Herts, gent. — at St. Alban, 
Wood Street, London. 7 Dec. 1602. B. 

Boraston, George, clerk, rector of Hever, Kent, 
bachelor, about 29, and Elizabeth Slowman, 
of same, spinster, about 24, her parents 
dead — at St. James, Duke's Place, London. 
4 May, 1663. V. 



Boraston, Richard, of Dowgate, London, gent., 
bachelor, about 26, and Prances Leader, of 
EnQeld, Middlesex, spinster, about 30^ and at 
own disposal — at St. Botolph, Bishcjpsgate, or 
St. Ethelburgh, London. 11 Dec. 1672. V. 

Borcher, Arthur, and Jane Edwards, at St. 
Dunstau-iu-the-West, London. 12 Feb. 162f. 
B. 

Border, Daniel, gent., of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
widower, 28, and Sara Lawrence, of St. 
Matthew, Friday Street, spinster, 20, her 
parents dead, consent of her uncle, Matthew 
Trevis (?), of St. Matthew, Friday Street, 
Salter — at St. Faith or St. Margaret, London. 
25 March, 1640. B. 

Bordman, Thomas, of St. John Zachary, London, 
yeoman, and Anne Phillippes, of St. Andrew- 
in-the-Wardrobe, of the said city, spinster, 
daughter of Roger Phillippes, late of same, 
bricklaver, deceased — at St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf," London. 25 Feb. 161|. B. 

Borey, Ralph, of Ratcliffe, parish of Stepney, co. 
Middlesex, shipmaster, and Elizabeth Patten- 
son of same, widow of John Pattenson, late 
of St. Bride, Loudon, scrivener — at Stepney 
aforesaid. 15 Oct. 1604. B. 

Borlace, Mr. Henry, of All Hallows Barking, 
London, dry-cooper, bachelor, 34, and Mrs. 
Sarah Mettyer, of St. Peter, Cornhill, spinster, 
24, with her mother's consent, alleged by 
Sarah Marsh, of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, 
London, widow — at St. Stephen, Coleman 
Street aforesaid, or ... . 14 Feb. 170^. F. 

Borlace, John, 1756. See Burlace. 

Borlace, William, of Medmenham, Bucks, esq., 
bachelor, 26, and Joane Banks, of St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields, Middlesex, spinster, 18, daughter 
of the Hon. Sir John Banks, late Chief Justice 
of the Common Pleas, deceased, with consent 
of Lady Banks of the said parish — to marry 
at Medmenhan aforesaid. 6 Oct. 1648. F. 

Borlas, William, jun., and Margaret Buckoke, 
13 June, 1572. F. 

Borne. See also Bourne. 

Borne, John, and Margaret Paddye, of Hadley, 
CO. Essex, gen. lie. 18 April, 1560. B. 

Borne, John, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, butcher, 
and- Phillis Hewer, of the City of London, 
spinster, daughter of — Hewer, late of Pereth, 
CO. Cumberland, husbandman, deceased, gen. 
lie, 7 Dec. 1588. B. 

Borne, Ralph, and Johanna Price, of Trinity, 
Minories, London, spinster, daughter of — 
Price, late of Newnam, co. Gloucester, yeoman, 
deceased — at St. Ethelburcr, London. 10 Feb. 
158§. B. 

Borne, Thomas, of St. Sdpuloliro, Loudon, barber- 
surgeon, and Katherlne Wrighte, spinster, of 
same, daughter of Thomas Wright, late of 
same. Brown Baker, deceased, gen. lie, 7 Dec. 
1591. B. 

Borne, William, and Clemence Harris, spinster, of 
Ratcliffe, Middlesex — at St. Sepulchre. 2 Sept. 
1578. B. 

Borodall, Robert, of St. Thomas Apostle, and 
Margaret Braryge, of St. John, Walbrook — to 
marry at St. John aforesaid. 25 July, 1547. 
B. 

Borough. See Abarowghe. 

Borown, John Baptist, of St. Nicholas Aeon, 
London, and Elizabeth Lynbye, of St. Giles, 
London. 25 Sept. 1550. B. 

Borrowe, Isaac, of Gray's Inn, bachelor, 25, and 
Mary Tempest, of St. Andrew, Holbom, 
spinster, about 17, daughter of William 
Tempest, of same, esq., who consents — at St. 
Andrew aforesaid, or ... . 30 Sept. 1701. 
F. 



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Boscavren, Iltm. George, of St. Martin-in-thc- 
Fields, Middlesex, esq., bachelor, and Ann 
Trevor, of St. James, WeHtminster, spinster, 
30— at St. Paul, Covent Garden, Middlesex, 
or Westminster Abbey. 2 Feb. I745. F. 

Boscaweu, William, of TregatLnan, Cornwall, 
esq., bachelor, about 2-3, and Hon. Anno Fitz- 
gerald, of St. Giles-in-the-Fie)ds, Middlesex, 
spinster, about 18, with the consent of her 
aunt and guardian, Dame — Clinton, her 
parents dead — at St. Giles aforesaid, or St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 21 April, 1679. V. 

Bosher, James, of the city of Worcester, gent., 
bachelor, about 2.3, and Mary Waring, of St. 
Nicholas, in the city of Worcester, widow, 
about 35, alleged by Elizabeth Smith, wife of 
Thomas Smith, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
Middlesex, clothworkcr, at any parish church 
in the city of Worcester. 30 Dec. 1678. V. 

Bosley, Walter, of St. Sepulchre, London, mer- 
chant taylor, bachelor, and Joane Witmill, 
daughter of William Witmill, of Lichborrowe, 
CO. Northampton — at St. Dunstau-iu-the-West, 
London. 4 Jan, 162^. B. 

Bosman, William, of St. Martiu-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, gent., bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. 
Mary Bellwood, of St. Anne, Blackfriars, 
London, spinster, about 17, with consent of 
her mother, Mrs. Grace Bellwood, widow — at 
St. Sepulchre, Loudon, 5 Feb. 167f . V. 

Bosse, Eichard, of Sevenoaks, co. Kent, clerk, 
bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. Amy Eye, of 
Aylesbury, Bucks, spinster, about 23, mother's 
consent — at St. Mary Axe, London. 15 May, 
1665. V. 

Bostock, Arthur, of St. Clement Danes, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Katheriue Loftus, 
of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster, about 28, 
at own disposal — at Barnett, co. Herts. 10 
June, 1666. V. 

Bostock, Ealph (Bostocke), and Johanna Gwyune, 
widow, of All Hallows Barking, gen. lie, 13 
March, 1571. B. 

Bostock, Thomas (Bostocke), of Eomford, co. 
Essex, warriner, and Anne Prancklin, of same, 
spinster — at St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, London. 
24 Nov. 1623. B. 

Bostock, Thomas (Bostocke), of St. Botolph, 
Aldersgate, leatherseller, bachelor, about 24, 
and Mrs. Jane Dorrington, of Newington, 
Surrey, spinster, about 21, consent of father, 
John Dorrington, chirurgeon — at St. Botolph, 
Aldersgate, or Newington aforesaid. 17 June, 
1671. V. 

Bosvile, Francis, of Beckenham, Kent, gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Mary Bernard, of 
same, widow, about 26 — at St. Olave, or St. 
George, Southwark. 4 Oct. 1661. V. 

Bosvile, John, gent., of All Hallows-iu-the-Wall, 
bachelor, 25, and Anna Prothero, spinster, 22, 
consent of mother, Hellen Prothero, alias 
Gwinne— at St. Faith. 15 Nov. 1636. B. 

Bosvile, John, of St. Mary Magdalen, Milk Street, 
London, bachelor, 25, and Mary Eobius, of 
Hornsey, Middlesex, spinster, 21 — at St. 
Andrew, Holborn. 24 Oct. 1704. B. 

Bosvile, Lennai'd (Bosevile) (sic subs.) , of Brad- 
bourne, Sevenoaks, Kent, esq., bachelor, about 
30, and Dame Jane Fowler, of Ash, in the said 
county, widow, about 25 — at Ash aforesaid. 
13 Jan. 1G6§. V. 



Bosvile, Thomas, of Littlemore, Ayiisford parish, 
Aynsl'ord, co. Kent, esq., bachelor, about 20, 
son of Thomas Bosvile, late of same, knight, 
deceased, and Elizabeth Wiat, of Horton Kirby, 
of the said county, spinster, about 20, consent 
of mother, Dame Margaret Wiat, widow, 
attested by Edwin Wiat, esq. — at St. Gregory 
or St. Duustan-in-the-West, London, 5 Nov, 
1660. V. 

Bosvile, Thomas, of St. Andrew, Holborn, London, 
bachelor, 33, and Elizabeth Trinder, spinster, 
17, daughter of Henry Trinder, esq., of St. 
Bride, London, who consents — at St. Andrew 
or St. Bride aforesaid, or St. Sepulchre, 
London. 11 Jan. 168f. F. 

Bosvile, William, of Bradboue, co. Kent, bachelor, 
26, and Jane Hobson, of Eltham, said county, 
spinster, 20, daughter of Clement Hobson, of 
same, clerk, who consents — at St. Saviour, 
Southwark, or ... . 17 Feb. 169|. F. 

Boswell, Charles, and Bridget Pyckeringe, alias 
Holte, widow, of City of London, gen. lie, 
11 Nov. 1575. B. 

Boswell, Ealph, and Anne Casteltou, widow, he 
of the diocese of Westminster, and she of the 
diocese of Winchester. 3 May, 1546. F. 

Boswell, Ealph, of St. Christopher - le - Stocks, 
London, haberdasher, and Christian Peale, 
widow, of Christchurch, Newgate, London, 
relict of James Peale, late of same, Salter, 
gen. lie, 21 May, 1590. B. 

Boswell, Eobert, of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, 
and Anne Eichardson, spinster, of St. Mary 
Colechurch — at St. Mary Colechurch. 24 Jan. 
157f. B. 

Boswell, Mr. William, clerk, S. T. B. perpetual 
vicar of St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, London, 
and Frances Waller, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
spinster, daughter of Mr. Thomas Waller, late 
of Beckingfield, co. Bucks, esq., deceased — at 
. . , , 9 Feb. 161^. B. 

Bote, Michael, of the City of London, grocer, 
and Jane Wilkinson, of St. Nicholas Cole 
Abbey, London, widow of Eobert Wilkinson, 
late of same, girdler, deceased, gen. lie, 1 
Feb. 1588. B. 

Boteler, Edward, esq., of Danbury, Essex, 
bachelor, 20, his father dead, and he at dis- 
posal of Dame Dorothy Boteler, relict of Sir 
Edward Boteler, knight, deceased, who con- 
sents, and Mary Hewet, spinster, 21, daughter 
of Eobert Hewet, esq., of Ampthill, co. Beds — 
at St. Giles-in-the-Fields. 31 Oct. 1634. B. 

Boteler, Sir Edward, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
Middlesex, knight and bart., bachelor, about 
20, with consent of his mother. Dame 
Katheriue Boteler, relict of Sir Allen Boteler, 
late of St. Martiu-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, 
deceased, and Jane Eussell, of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, aforesaid, spinster, above 21, and 
at her own disposal — at Great St. Bartholomew, 
London. 12 March, 166^. F. 

Boteler, Francis, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 24, and Martha Stone, of 
same, spiuster, 22, at her own disposal — at St, 
Martin aforesaid, or , . . . 1 Nov. 1680. F, 

Boteler, Henry, of St. Antholin, London, citizen 
and grocer, bachelor, 25, and Ann Bendish, of 
Bishops Stortford, Herts, spinster, above 21, 
consent of her mother, Jane Bendish, widow 
— at Stortford aforesaid, or Bii'changer, co. 
Essex. 13 April, 1639. B. 

Boteler, Henry, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, gent., bachelor, about 33, and Mrs. 
Jane Hampton, of same, widow, about 26 — at 
St. Dunstan aforesaid, or St. George, Botolph 
Lane, London. 2 July, 1679. V, 



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Boteler, Jamep, of Harold, co. Beds, gent., 
bachelor, 21 and upwards, and Mrs. Judith 
Orlebar, of same, spinster, about 19, consent 
of mother, Mrs. Ursula Orlebar, of same, 
widow — at Harold, Woodhill, or Puddingtoii, 
CO. Beds. 22 May, 1676. V. 

Boteler, John, of Waltou Woodhall, Herts, esq., 
bachelor, 40, and Frances Atkins, spinster, 

20, daughter of Sir Edward Atkins, one of the 
Baroua of the Exchequer, who consents — at 
St. Bride, London, or ... . 24 July, 1683. F. 

Boteler, Philip, of Woodhall, Herts, esq., bachelor, 

21, son and heir of the Right Worshipful Sir 
John Boteler, K.B., and Elizabeth Laugham, 
spinster, 20, daughter of the Right Worshipful 
John Langham, alderman of London, who con- 
sents, attested by James Langham, of Lincoln's 
Inn, esq., son and heir of the said alderman — 
at St. Helen, or St. Bartholomew-the-Less, 
London. 12 March, 16-4f. F. 

Boteler, Philip, of St. Martin, Ludgate, London, 
bachelor, 30, and Grace Whitlock, of same, 
widow, 30 — at St. Mary Savoy, or St. Gregory, 
London. 29 Nov. 1661. F. 

Boteler, William, of St. Andrew, Holborn, esq., 
widower, about 45, and Mary Phesant, of 
Langton, co. Leicester, widow, about 40 — at 
Hawton, co. Leicester. 6 Oct. 1668. V. 

Botry, John, of Marston St. Lawrence, co. North- 
ampton, esq., bachelor, 24, and Elizabeth Dod, 
spinster, 23, daughter of John Dod, rector of 
Marsh Gibbon, co. Bucks, who consents — at 
Marsh Gibbon aforesaid, or ... . 25 Aug. 
1693. F. 

Botsford, Edward, of Staple Inn, gent., bachelor, 
about 21, and Margaret Roberts, of Maidstone 
Bowers, co. Kent, spinster, about 21, her 
father's consent, alleged by Susanna Botsford, 
wife of Edward Botsford, of St. Andrew, Hol- 
born, carpenter — at Maidstone Bowers afore- 
said. 3 Oct. 1666. V. 

Bott, Francis, gent., of St. Mary, Savoy, bachelor, 

22, and Ann Halaley, of same, spinster, 21 — 
at St. Clement Danes or St. Bartholomew-the- 
Great. 19 Sept. 1640. B. 

Bottham, James, yeoman, and Katherine Warms- 
ley, of St. Andrew, Holborn, London, spinster — 
at St. James, Glerkenwell, Middlesex. 10 June, 
1623. B. 

Bottell, John, of St. Clement Danes, and Judith 
Newton, spinster, of Savoy parish, gen. lie, 14 
Nov. 1574. B. 

Botterell, William, gent., widower, 30, and Sara 
Figes, of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, spinster, 
21, her mother's consent, a widow — at St. 
Margaret, New Fish Street. 25 May, 1639. 
B. 

Boucher, Fanstone, of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, bachelor, and Joanna Hohnan, 
spinster, daughter of Robert Holman, of 
Westminster — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 
22 Oct. 1622. D. 

Boucher, Gabriel, of St. Mildred, Bread Street, 
London, pewterer, bachelor, aged about 22, 
and Elizabeth Gill, spinster, 21, daughter of 
Alexander Gill, of St. Faith, London, who 
consents — at St. Faith aforesaid or St. Mildred, 
Poultry. 11 Feb. 163|. F. 

Boucher, Richard. See Bauchiere. 

Boughan, Simon. See Bowgham. 

Boughey, Timothy, of St. Bride, London, clerk, 
bachelor, 25, and Anne Nicolls, of same, 
spinster, 28, daughter of Mary Nicolls, of 
Shrewsbury, widow, and at her own disposal 
— at St. Bride, or St. Bartholomew-the-Less, 
London, or St. Mary, Newiugton, co. Surrey. 
7 March, 166f . F. 



Boughton, Anthony (Bowton), of Westham Essex, 
gent., and Mary Farmer, spinster, of St. 
Botolph, Aldersgate — at St. Peter, Paul's 
Wharf. 2 May, 1581. B. 

Boughton, Sir Edward, knight, and .... Feb 
154§. F. 

Boughton, Edward, of Bilton, co. Warwick, 
bachelor, 18, and Abigail Boughton, spinster, 
18, daughter of William Boughton, of Hill 
Morton, said co. Kent, who cou,sents— at St. 
Dunstan-in-the-West, Loudon, or St. Giles-iu- 
the-Fields, or St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middle- 
sex. 1 May, 1678. F. 

Boughton, John, of St. Mary Woolnoth, London, 
bachelor, 26, and Grace Buggin, of same, 
spinster, 20, her parents dead, with consent 
of her brothers, John Buggin, of North Cray, 
CO. Kent, esq., and Butler Buggin, of New 
Inn, London, gent. — at St. Mary Woolnoth, 
St. Peter-le-Poor, or St. Olave, Hart Street, 
London. 4 March, 167|. F. 

Boughton, Michael, of St. James, Glerkenwell, 
Middlesex, gilder, widower, and Anne Caiter, 
of Great St. Bartholomew, London, widow of 
Thomas Carter, late of same, tailor— at St. 
James, Glerkenwell. 2 Jan. 161^. B. 

Boughton, Richard, of St. Alban, Wood Street, 
London, gent., and Anne Briggs, spinster, of 
St. Clement, Eastcheap, London, daughter of 
Roger Briggs, late of Beccles, co. Suffolk, yeo- 
man, deceased — at St. Alban, Wood Street, 
aforesaid. 10 June, 1599. B. 

Boughton, Stephen (Bowton), of St. Mary, 
Savoy, doctor in physic, widower, about 55, and 
Margaret Robinson, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
widow, about 44 — at .... 26 Oct. 1668. V. 
[Not signed or attested.] 

Boughton, Walter (Bowton), of St. Mary Wool- 
noth, and Ellen Browmall, spinster, of St. 
Stephen, Walbrook — at St. Stephen aforesaid. 
1 Feb. 157f B. 

Boult, Henry, of Gray's Inn, Middlesex, bachelor, 
29, and Mary Silvester, spinster, 20, daughtei 
of Mary Silvester, of Reading, Berks, widow, 
who consents — at Sunning, co. Berks, or . . . 
7 Aug. 1683. F. 

Boult, Jonathan, of Gray's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
25, and Anne Thorpe, of St. Thomas, co. 
Oxon, spinster, 19, daughter of Elizabeth 
Thorpe, widow, who consents — at St. Thomas 
aforesaid, or ... . 27 Feb. 169f . F. 

Boult, John, of the city of Westminster, cooper 
and Margaret Allen, widow of George Allen — 
at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 5 Nov. 
1624. B. 

Botilt, John, widower, and Anne Mugford, spinster. 
25 July, 1667. D. 

Boultby, Benjamin, of St. Giles-iu-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 25, and Elizabeth Lowe, 
of St. Martiu-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, spin- 
ster, 25, at her own disposal — at St. Paul, 
Covent Garden, or ... . 10 Aug. 1693. F. 

Boulter, Daniel, of St. Martin Orgar, London, 
bachelor, 24, and Elizabeth Cooke, of Gains- 
borough, CO. Lincoln, spinster, 19, with consent 
of Edward and Ann Cooke, her parents — at 
Gainsborough aforesaid, or .... 9 July, 
1701. F. 

Boulton, Robert, of St. Andrew, Holborn, London, 
bricklayer, and Susan Cooke, of St. Botolph, 
Aldersgate, in said city, widow of Robert 
Cooke, late of Godstone, co. Surrey, gent., gen. 
lie. 8 Sept. 1595. B. 



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Boiiltou, K()l)ert, genfc., of St. Scpnlchre, bachelor, 
28, and l^Iary I'almer, of same, ;55, widow of 
Kohert rainier, of eaine, grocer, deceased— at 
St. Miiiy, Isliii^ion, or St. Faitli, liondoii. 11 
July, 16;52. B. 

Boiilton, Ro.ijer, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, 
baker, aud Joano Tyler, of St. Nicholas Aeon, 
Loiulou, spinstei- — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, 
London. 5 March, 162|. B. 

Boiind, Eleazar (Bownd), of the Temple, London, 
bachelor, 30, and Ilanna Maplesden, of J3isho])S 
Stafford, Herts, spinster, 21, with her mother's 
consent, her father dead — at St. Mary Wool- 
noth, Loudon, or ... . 5 May, 1698. F. 

Bound, John (Bowne), of City of London, haber- 
dasher, and Elizabeth Gryffyn, spinster, of 
St. Mildred, Bread Street— to marry there. 
IFeb. 15|2 B. 

Bound, John (Bownde), clerk, rector of Great 
Horkesley, co. Essex, and Mary Ball, of Little 
Horkesley, said county, spinster, daughter of 
John Bali, of same, yeoman, gen. lie, 17 Jan. 
15fa. B. 

Bound, Leonard, of St. Mary, Aldermanbury, 
London, carpenter, and Susan Jackson, of 
same, widow — at St. Margaret, New Fish 
Street, Loudon. 31 Oct. 1620. B. 

Bound, Robert (Bownde), turner, and Margaret 
Burrowe, widow, of City of London, relict of 
William Burrowe, late of Stowmarket, co. 
Suffolk, yeoman — at St. Botolph, Aldgate. 
6 Oct. 1587. B. 

Bound, Thomas (Bowude), gent., aud Julian 
Favor, widow, of precinct of the Blackfriars, 
x'elict of John Favor, buttonmaker, deceased. 

21 Dec. 1597. B. 

Bound, William, of Lincoln's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
about 23, and Susan Bee, of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West, London, spinster, about 18, consent of 
mother, Isabell Bee, of same, widow, who 
alleges — at St. Clement Danes. 26 Aug. 1672. 
V. 

Bounty, William, of St. Martiu-iu-the-Fields, 
gent., widower, about 25, and Elizabeth Cole, 
of same, spinster, about 19, consent of mother, 
Elizabeth Cole, widow — at Barnes, Surrey. 

22 June, 1GG3. V. 

Bourchier, Anthony, of St. Vedast, alias Foster, 
London, linendraper and mercer by compauy, 
bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth Richards, spinster, 
17, consent of father, John Richards, of 
Thistleworth, Middlesex- — at Thistleworth, 
New Braiuford, or Hanwell, Middlesex, 28 
Aug. 1661. B. 

Bourchier, Arthur (Bourchyer), of the City of 
London, gent., aud Katheriue Clayton, widow, 
of St. Ethelburg, in said city, gen. lie, 28 
April, 1570. B. 

Bourchier, Brercton, of Barnesley, co. Gloucester, 
esq., widower, and the Hon. Mrs. Katherine 
Bridges, spinster, about 20, with consent of 
her father, the Right Hon. the Lord Chandos — 
at St. Anu-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 27 April, 
1700. F. 

Bourchier, Fanstone and Gabriel. See Boucher. 

Bourchier, the Right Hou. Henry Lord, Earl 
of Bath, bachelor, 45, and the LadyRachael 
Fane, of Great St. Bartholomew, London, 
spinster, 25, daughter of the Right Hon. Francis, 
Earl of Westuioreland, deceased, consent of her 
mother, the Right Hon. Mary, Countess of 
Westmoreland — at St. Bartholomew - the - 
Great, Loudon. 10 Dec. 1638. B. 



Bourchier, Henry, of St. Catharine, near Tower, 
gent., ])acliclor, about 25, aud Aune Merrall, 
of same, spinster, about 16, consent of her 
friends — at St. Bcnnct, Paul's Wharf, or St. 
Mary MaLrdalcuc, Old Fish Street. 21 Jan. 
166;-. V. 

Bourchier, John (Bowcher), Lord Fitzwarrem 
aud Frances Kytson, of the City of London. 
11 Dec. 1548. F. 

Bourchier, Paul (Bowcher), gent,, of Waltham- 
stow, Essex, widower, about 60, and Ellen 
Blomson, of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, about 60, 
widow of John Blomson, deceased 1^ years 
since — at All Hallows-in-the-Wall, London. 
17 Feb. 161i. B. 

Bourchier, Paul, of Toceter, co. Northampton, 
gent., about 30, and Mary Duncombe, of 
Buckingham, widow, about 36 — at St. Clement 
Danes. 26 May, 1675. V. 

Bourchier, Ralph (Bowrchier), esq., and 
Christian Harding, widow, of St. Bennet, Grace- 
church — to marry there. 29 Nov. 1577. B. 

Bourchier, Richard, gent., of Little Stainbridge, 
Essex, above 20, and Frances Nuthall, of 
Rochford, in said county, spinster, 21 — at 
Canewden, co. Essex, bond by said Bourchier, 
aud by James Nuttall, of Rochford, gent. 27 
May, 1635. B. 

Bourden, George, gent., and Elizabeth Philippes, 
widow, of Brydewell, gen, lie, 2 April, 1573, 
B. 

Bourdon, Isaac, of St. James, Westminsters 
bachelor, 30, and Mary Hendery, of St. 
Anne - in - the - Fields, Middlesex, spinster, 
22, daughter of Edward Hendery, of Ramsey, 
CO. Huntingdon, gent., who consents — at St. 
Anne or St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 
15 June, 1695. F. 

Bourgh, Robert, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, skinnei", and Ellen Pryme, widow 
of William Pryme, late of same, cook — at St. 
Faith, London. 4 April, 1626. B. 

Bourgrave, " Jacob," of Westhara, co. Essex, 
felmonger, and Katherine Bushe, of same, 
spinster, daughter of Richard Bushe, of same, 
yeomau — at St. Magnus, London. 30 Oct. 
1616. B. 

Bourman, Thomas, D.D., of Kingston, Surrey, 
bachelor, 50, aud Ellinor Lapp, of Martin, 
Wilts, spinster, 40, alleged by Walter Lapp, 
of St. Leonard, Foster Lane, London, mercer 
— at Martin or Broadchalk, Wilts, or Pen- 
dridge, Dorset. 22 June, 1666. F. 

Bourman, William (Bowreman), gent., of Romford, 
Essex, widower, 45, and Audria Cuddon, of Little 
Ilford, Essex, spinster, 20, daughter of William 
Cuddon, of Salingfield, co. Suffolk, esq., who 
consents, alleged by Thomas Cuddon, gent,, of 
Barnard's Inn — at Barking, Essex. 19 March, 
162^. B. 

Bourman, William, gent,, bachelor, 25, aud Dul- 
cibella Robinson, spinster, 18, daughter of the 
Right Worshipful Hugh Robiusou, D.D., who 
consents, alleged by William Robinson, of 
Gray's Inn, gent. — at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
or St. Paul's Chapel, in Covent Garden. 22 
Feb. 163§. B. 

Bourne. See also Borxe. 

Bourne, Francis, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, aud 
Barbara Goldinge, spinster, of St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf — at St. Bennet aforesaid. 4 
Dec. 1573. B. 



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162 



Bourne, Immanuel, clerk, bachelor, 32, and 
Jemima Beckiuffham, of Tollcsliunt Major, co. 
Essex, spinster, 22, daof^hter of Sir Thomas 
Beckingham, of same, knight, who consents — 
at Tolleshunt Major aforesaid. 7 July, 1623. 
B. 

Bourne, James, of Gretton, co. Northampton, 
clerk, bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth Pauncefort, 
of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, spin- 
ster, 25, whose mother is living and consenting 
—at St. Mary Somerset. 7 July, 1681. F. 

Bourne, John, esq., and Winifred Cockerell, of 
City of London, gen. lie, 17 Nov. 1568. B. 

Bourne, John (Bowrne), and Dorothy Moores, 
spinster, of St. Albans, in St. Albans, co. 
Herts, at — St. Anne and Agnes, London. 
9 May, 1579. B. 

Bourne, John, and Frances Whale, of the city of 
Westminster, spinsier. 3 Feb. 163|. D. 

Bourne, John, jun., of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 
citizen, and physician, of London, bachelor, 
abont 21, and Mrs. Mary Gibbs, of Halsted, 
Essex, spinster, about 22, hernaother's consent 
—at Halsted aforesaid. 6 A pril, 1669. V. 

Bourne, John, of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, doctor 
in physic, bachelor, about 24, and Ellinor 
Dawson, of St. Clement Danes, widow, about 
30— at St. Clement Danes. 4 March, 167^. 
V. 

Bourne, Nicholas (Bowrne), and Anne Mason, 
spinster, of City of London — at St. Bennet, 
Gracechurch Street. 27 Dec. 1577. B. 

Bourne, Mr. Richard, clerk, M.A., -^acar of Hilling- 
don, Middlesex, widower, and Helen Vincent, of 
Acton, Middlesex, widow of William Vincent, 
of same, gent., deceased — at St. Alban, Wood 
Street. 14 June, 1619. B. 

Bourne, Richard, of Middle Temple, esq., widower, 
about 30, and Mrs. Anna Salmon, of Fulham, 
Middlesex, spinster, about 22, her mother's 
consent — in Temple church, or at Fulham 
aforesaid. 23 July, 1677. V. 

Bourne, Robert, of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 
brickmaker, and Alice Sparkes, of same, 
spinster — at same. 23 May, 1626. B. 

Bourne, Samuel, of St. Andrew Undershaft, 
bachelor, 28, and Mrs. Susanna Medlicott, of 
Frogmorton Street, spinster, 21, father's 
consent— at St. Benetfink. 16 Oct. 1695. B. 

Bourne, Thomas, of London, mercer, and Agnes 
Powell, of St. Peter, Cornhill, spinster, 
daughter of David Powell, of same, merchant 
taylor, gen. lie. 11 Dec. 1596. B. 

Bourne, Vincent, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., bachelor, 32, and Lucia Jewell, of same, 
widow, 30 and upwards — at St. Margaret, 
Westminster, St. Mary, Savoy, or the Royal 
Chapel, Whitehall. 14 March, 172^. F. 

Bourne, Walter, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
bachelor, 23, and Elizabeth Craford, of same, 
spinster, 26 — at St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish 
Street. 7 May, 1638. B. 

Bourne, William, of the Middle Temple, gent., 
and Sarah Bourne, widow, of the City of 
London, gen. lie, 21 July, 1582. B. 

Bourne, William, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, Mid- 
dlesex, cordwainer, and Agnes Johnson, of St. 
Botolph, Aldgate, London, widow of Richard 
Johnson — at St. Botolph aforesaid. 7 Dec. 
1618. B. 

Bourne, William (Bourn), gent., of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, bachelor, 25, and Margaret Hill, of 
same, spinster, 24 — at St. Faith. 3 Feb. 
164fl. B. 

Bourneley, Richard [? Barnley,] clerk, vicar of 
Althorne, co. Essex, and"Saunderina" Silvester, 
widow, of same, gen. lie, 12 March, 157|. 
B. 

London Marriage Licences, 



Boush, Maximilian, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, gent., bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. 
Rebcccali Eastmc.id, of same, spinster, about 
25, at her own disposal — at St. Martin afore- 
said. 29 March, 1679. V. 
Bovey, Charles, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., bachelor, 26, 
and Mrs. Margaret Pigott, of Bassingborne, co. 
Cambridge, spinster, 21, father's consent — at 
Bassingborne, or ... . 8 Feb. 170f . F. 

Bovey, John, of All Hallows-the-Less, bachelor, 
28, and Isabel Powers, of same, widow, 40 — at 
St. Peter, Paul's Wharf. 28 Feb. 166*. 
B. 

Bowater, Humphrey, merchant, of St. Bennet 
Sherehog, bachelor, 31, and Dorothy Norton, 
of St. Michael, Cornhill, spint-ter, 19, daughter 
of Richard Norton, of same, gent., who 
consents — at St. Peter-le-Poor. 18 Aug. 1643. 
B. 

Bowater, Thomas, esq., of Middle Temple, 
bachelor, 30, and Anne Tindall, of Great 
Maplestead, Essex, spinster, 20, consent of 
father, Deane Tindall, of same, esq. — at Great 
Maplestead aforesaid. 18 Sept. 1639. B. 

Bowcocke, Richard, of Middle Temjjle, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Mary Banister, of 
Stevenage, Herts, about 20, her father's 
consent — at Bishop's Hatfield, Herts. 20 April, 
1667. V. 

Bowdeler, Henry, of St. Bartholomew-near-the- 
Stocks, and Margaret Vanhove, spinster, of 
St. Laurence Pountney, geji. he, 21 Dec. 1574. 
B. 

Bowdeler, Richard, of St. Bartholomew-near-the- 
Stocks, London, and Agnes Yonge, spinster, of 
St. Peter-le-Poor — at St. Peter aforesaid. 26 
Aug. 1569. B. 

Bowden, George, of St.Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
bachelor, about 45, and Mrs. Sarah Powell, of St. 
Margaret, Westminster, widow, about 40 — 
at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, St. Mary, Savoy, 
or St. Margaret, Westminster. 11 Jan. 167f. 
V. 

Bowden, Nicholas, of St. Clement Danes, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Diana Barrett, 
of Distaflf Lane, London, spinster, about 22, 
her parents dead — at St. Mary Magdalene, 
Old Fish Street. 18 Aug. 1676. V. 

Bowdler, Samuel, of Arlscott, co. Salop, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Elizabeth Wright, of 
Hampton, Middlesex, spinster, about 23, her 
parents dead — at St. Dunstan-in-the-East, or 
St. Botolph, Aldgate. 22 March, 166f . V. 

Bowdyche, Richard, of Barking, and Joanna 
Savage, of St. Magnus. 25 Aug. 1554. B. 

Bowe, John, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, and 
Johanna Bybie, widow, of St. Martin, Ludgate 
—at St. Bride, Fleet Street. 9 May, 1579. B. 

Bowell, Nicholas, of Bentley, co. Southampton, 
esq., widower, about 50, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Stonehouse, of Cockthropp, co. Oxon, widow, 
about 45— at St. Bride, London. 13 Nov. 1663. 
V. 

Bowen, Evan, 1618. See Abowen. 

Bowen, Hugh, of Upton, co. Pembroke, gent., 
about 26, and Elizabeth Laugharne, of St. 
Bride, in said county, spinster, 20, consent of 
father and mother, Rowland and Ann 
Laugharne — at St. Bride, London, or St. 
Peter, Paul's Wharf, alleged by William 
Bowen, of St. Gregory, London, draper. 
2 June, 1662. B. 

Bowen, Richard, gent., of St. Mary, Strand, also 
Savoy, bachelor, 26 or 27, and Catherine 
Erlysman, of St. Clement Danes, spinster, 23, 
her parents dead — at St. Faith. 17 July, 1633. 
B. 

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Bowen, Thomas, cf St. Margaret, Lothbury, 
London, j^oldsmith, and Martha Harris, of St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, si)inster, 
daughter of Hugh J I arris, of Shrewsbury, co. 
Salop, draper — at Stepney, co. Middlesex. 
6 Feb. 162f . B. 

Bcwen, Walter, victuallci-, bachelor, and Lydia, 
Burdes, spinster, daughter of — Burdes, of 
Eatonborrow, co. Northampton, j-eoman — at 
Trinity Church, Trinity Lane, London. 
19 July, 1G20. B. 

Bower, Hugh, and Sibill Bartlett, spinster, of 
Ware, Herts, of St. Lawrence, Jewry. 28 June, 
1578. B. 

Bower, Richard, of Westminster, gent., widower, 
and Mary Gorton, spinster, 25, with consent of 
her mother, the wife of Robert Yore, of 
Highworth, co. Wilts — at St. Mary, in 
Wilsden or Paddington, co. Middlesex. 11 Oct. 
1664. F. 

Bower, William, of city of Wells, gent., bachelor, 
about 2i, and Sarah Heath, of same, 22 and 
upwards, her father's cousent^at Shepton 
Mallett, CO. Somerset. 9 Nov. 1672. V. 

Bowers, James, of All Hallows Staining, London, 
draper, and Jane Barley, of St. Michael 
Basishaw, said city, spinster, daughter of 
John Barley, late of same, deceased, gen. lie. 
15 Aug. 1595. B. 

Bowes, Jerome, of the queen's household, gent., 
and Jane Calthropp, of the City of London, 
widow, gen. lie. 12 Aug. 1562. B. 

Bowes, Paul, of the Middle Temple, London, esq., 
and Bridget, daughter of — • Sturges, of the 
same, esq. — at any church in the diocese of 
London. 25 Aug. 1666. F. [On a leaf at the 
beginning of the volume.] 

Bowes, Thomas, of St. Michael Basishaw, London, 
goldsmith, and Dorcas Harman, spinster, of 
same, daughter of James Harmau, of same, 
goldsmith, deceased, gen. lie, 15 Nov. 1591. 
B. 

Bowett, William, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
vintner, and EUeuor Saunders, of St. Mary 
Woolnoth, London, widow of — Saunders, 
gent. — at Stepney, co. Middlesex. 17 May, 
1620. B. 

Bowgham, Simon, gent., of the Inner Temple, 
and Anne Danyell, spinster, of St. Sepulchre, 
London, gen. lie, 26 May, 1571. B. 

Bowlien, Hipwell, of the City of London, baker, 
bachelor, and Margaret Grenefeild, of St. 
Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London, 
spinster, daughter of Christopher Greenfield, 
late of Whaley, co. Lancaster, inuholder — at 
St. Mary Magdalen aforesaid. 2 March, 162i. 
B. 

Bowlande, John, of St. Edmund, Lombard Street, 
and Elizabeth Thene, widow, cf St. Antholin, 
gen. lie. 2.3 Feb. 157?. B. 

Bowlande, Roger (Bowland), of St. Mildred-in- 
t he- Poultry, Loudon, and Avice Gryggesbie, 
of All Hallows Barking, London — at All 
Hallows aforesaid. 6 June 1550. B. 

Bowldrye, John, and Alice Taylor, spinster, of 
Staines, co. Middlesex — at Stanwell, Middle- 
sex. 24 Feb. 157|. B. 

Bowie, George, gent., of Chislehurst, co. Kent, 
bachelor, 28, and Abigail Booth, of St. Leonard, 
Shoreditch, spinster, 18, daughter of William 
Booth, merchant, deceased, consent of Court 
of Orphans, Londoia — at St. Magnus oi 
Stepney. 16 July, 1639. B. 

Bowles, Edward, of Westham,co. Essex, London, 
miller, and Margaret Gibbes, of same, widow 
of Richard Gibbes, late of same, Monier, gen. 
lie, 6 May, 1597. B. 



Bowles, George, and Johanna Gales, widow, of 
St. Swithin, London — to marry there. 3 Oct. 
1579. B. 

Bowles, Gyles, of Ockingham, Berks, gent., 
widower, about 50, and Margaret Savage, of 
Barkham, .said county, widow, about 55 — at 
Hurst or St. Mary, in Reading, or Barkham 
aforesaid. 25 June, 1663. V. 

Bowles, Henry, of Standon, Essex, gent., 
bachelor, 37, and Suzan Jason, of Enfield, 
Middlesex, 52, widow of Robert Jason, esq., 
of same, who died three-quarters of a year 
since, attested by Thomas Bowles, gent., of 
St. Margaret, Westminster — at Enfield afore- 
said. 22 Nov. 1610. B. 

Bowles, James, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
Middlesex, vintner, and Isabell Florey, of St. 
Anne, Blackfriars, London, spinster, daughter 
of — Florey, deceased — at St. Mary, White- 
chapel, aforesaid. 6 May, 1617. B. 

Bowles, John, gent., of St. Martin, Ludgate, 
widower, 30, and Jane Chute, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, spinster, about same age, daughter 
of Charles Chute, of same, esq., who consents 
—at St. Bride. 22 June, 1633. B. 

Bowles, John, of St. Olave, Hart Street, London, 
widower, and Mary Corbet, of St. Catherine 
Coleman, London, spinster, 22, daughter of 
Vincent Corbet, of .... co. Essex, gent., 
who consents — at St. Saviour, Southwark, co. 
Surrey, or St. Giles-in-the-Fields or Stepney, 
CO. Middlesex. 14 April, 1671. F. 

Bowles, John, of Middle Temple, esq., bachelor, 
about 27, and Mrs. Katherine Joyliffe, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, spinster, about 17, her 
parents dead, consent of William Bigg, esq., 
her curator — at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, St. 
Margaret, Westminster, or Lambeth, Surrey. 
7 Dec. 1675. V. 

Bowles, Maurice, tailor, and Mary Dalton, 
spinster, of St. Andrew, Holborn, daughter 
of John Dalton, of Pedmore, co. Worcester, 
blacksmith, deceased — at Shoreditch. 28 
Sept. 1583. B. 

Bowles, Oliver, of St. Margaret Moses, London 
widower, 40, and Jane 3Iarkham, spinster, 20, 
her parents dead, consent of her uncle, Henry 
Markham, of Hertingfordbury, Herts, gent. — - 
at St. Mary, Savoy, or St. Bride, Fleet Street, 
London. 18 Jan. 166J. F. 

Bowles, Samuel, of Middle Temple, gent., 
bachelor, 25, and Ann Browne, of St. Austin, 
London, spinster, 24, a maidservant, at her 
o^vn disposal— at St. Faith or Christchurch, 
London. 5 July, 1640. B. 

Bowles, Valentine, of the City of London, 
widower, and Elizabeth Isacke, of same, 
spinster — at St. Stephen, Walbrook, London. 
14 Jan. 161|. B. 

Bowling, William, gent., of St. Peter, Westcheap, 
London, and Rose Aske, spinster, of same, 
gen. lie, 2iNov. 1579. B. 

Bowmer, William, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, and 
Alice Walthowe, widow, of St. Botolph, 
Aldersgate — at St. Botolph aforesaid. 30 Nov. 
1568. B. 

Bownell, Richard, and Dorcas Baylye, spinster, 
of St. Andrew, Holborn, daughter of — 
Baylye, of co. Lincoln, husbandman— at St. 
Andrew, Holborn. 21 Sept. 1583. B. 

Bownest, John, of Little Hormead, and " Marciam" 
Cooke, spinster, of Great Chisshull, co. Essex, 
gen. lie 13 Dec. 1577. B. 

Bowring, Ralph, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, apothecary, and Prudence Moyle, 
spinster, daughter of John Moyle, of St. 
Clement Danes, Middlesex, gent. — at Fulham, 
said county. 28 Sept. 1021. B. 



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[1521-1869.] Nicholas Boyce 166 



Bowsell, John, of Bardfield, co. Essex, glover, and 
Hester Bateman, of same, spinster — at same. 
3 March, 162°. B. 

Bowser, George, and Marcella Burrell, of Stepnej' 
- — to marry there. IG Jan. 15|{j. B. 

Bowser, John, of St. Catherine Cree Church, 
London, sailor, and Joane Thorne, of same, 
spinster, daughter of John Thorne, tailor — at 
same. 24 July, 1624. B. 

Bowster, Anthony, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
chandler, and Alice Levett, spinster, of All 
Hallows, Honey Lane, gen. lie, 4 Oct. 1582. 
B. 

Bowtell, William, of Great Dunmow, Essex, 
husbandman, and Anne Nightingale, of precinct 
of St. Martin-le- Grand, spinster — at St. 
Leonard, in said precinct. 2 Oct. IGIG. D. 

Bowyer, Andrew, of St. Michael Basishaw, 
London, pewterer, and Anne Gest, of St. 
Augustine, said city, daughter of Ralph Gest, 
late of same, plasterer, deceased — at St. 
Gregory, London. 22 Nov. 1613. B. 

Bowyer, Anthony, of Inner Temple, esq., 
bachelor, about 34, and Mrs. Katlierine St. 
John, of St. Giles-in-tho-Fields, spinster, 
about 18, consent of father, Henry St. John, 
esq. — at St. Paul, Coveut Garden, St. Giles 
aforesaid, or St. Mary, Savoy. 13 Feb. 1G7|. 
V. 

Bowyer, Sir Edmund, knight, of Camberwell, 
Surrey, widower, and Dame Martha Croplye, 
of Richmond, Surrey, widow — at Richmond, 
Surrey, aforesaid. 7 Jan. 167^. V. 

Bowyer, Gilbert, of St. Anne and Agnes, 
Aldersgate, Loudon, tailor, and Joane Clifton, 
of St. Augustine, said city, sj^inster, daughter 
of — Clifton, of CO. Gloucester, husbandman, 
deceased, gen. lie, 19 Jan. 159^. B. 

Bowyer, Heigham, gent., of St. Thomas-the- 
Ai)ostle, London, bachelor, 20, father dead, 
and Mary Holmer, about 20, widow of 
Richard Holmer, gent., deceased a year 
since, of same parish — at St. Thomas afore- 
said. 4 Nov. 1616. B. 

Bowyer, Henry, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
bachelor, 34, and Magdalen Willis, sjjinster, 
about 21, with consent of her mother. 
Prudence Willis, of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, widow — at St. Michael-le-Querne, 
London. 23 Aug. 1664. F. 

Bowyer, Henry, of the city of Chichester, gent., 
widower, and Martha Greenfield, of same, 
widow — at St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, St. 
Dunstan-in-the-West, London, Hunston, near 
Chichester, or St. Martin, Chichester. 16 May, 
1673. F. 

Bowyer, James, of the City of London, gent., 
bachelor, 26, and Sarah Milward, spinster, 
23, daughter of Richard Milward, of St. 
Clement Danes, Middlesex, tailor, who con- 
sents — at St. Clement aforesaid. Stepney, co. 
Middlesex, or Redriffe (Rotherhithe), co. 
Surrey. 18 April, 1633. F. 

Bowyer, Sir John, bart., of Kinpersley, co. 
Stafford, bachelor, and Mrs. Jane Murray, of 
St. Paul, Covent Garden, sjDinster, her 
father's consent — at St. Mary, in town of 
Warwick. 10 July, 1672. V. 

Bowyer, Marmaduke (Bowyear), ^sic subs., in 
margin, Bowyer] of St. Dunstan-iu-the-West, 
gent., bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. Rebecca 
Hussey, of same, spinster, about 18, her 
father's consent — at St. Clement Danes, or 
Knightsbridge, Middlesex. 16 Aug. 1669. V. 



Bowyer, Richard (Bowier), of St. Olave, Silver 
Street, London, pewterer, and Joane Under- 
wood, of St. Michael, Wood Street, London, 
spinster — at St. Botolph, Aldersgate, London. 
3 June, 1661. B. 

Bowyer, Robert, draper, and Suzannah Wallwyn, 
widow, of St. Andrew, Holborn, relict of 
Robert Wallwyn, late of same, chirurgeon^ 
at St. Andrew, Holborn. 23 Sept. 1584. B. 

Bowyer, Robert, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, barber, and Margaret Lea, of same, 
spinster, daughter of Charles Lea, of same, 
girdler — at St. Alphage, London. 14 July, 
1623. B. 

Bowyer, Robert, of St. George, Botolph Lane, 
London, gent., bachelor, 23, and Margaret 
Brent, spinster, 20, daughter of Jane Brent, 
of Richmond, co. Surrey, widow, who con- 
sents — at Richmond aforesaid, or Hanworth, 
Middlesex. 21 July, 1677. F. 

Bowyer, Thomas, of All Hallows-in-the-Wall, 
London, clerk, bachelor, 25, and Frances 
Beard, spinster, 21, daughter of Thomas 
Beard, late of the town and county of 
Huntingdon, D.D., deceased, in the consent 
of her mother, the widow Beard, of God- 
manchester, said county — at St. Faith, 
London. l7Jan.l63|. F. 

Bowyer, Thomas, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
London, widower, about 31, and Joanna 
Reeves, of same, spinster, about 22, at her 
own disposal, her parents dead — at St. 
Botolph, Aldgate, London. 28 Jan. 167|. V. 

Bowyer, William, esq., of Hisson, co. Cambridge, 
2G or 27, father dead, and Dorothy Hutton, 
of St. Sepulchre, Loudon, spinster, 18 or 
19, daughter of Thomas Hutton, of same, 
esq., who consents — at St. Sepulchre afore- 
said. 21 April, 1616. B. 

Bowyer, William (Bowyear), of Laytonstone, 
Essex, gent., bachelor, 21, and Lettice 
Wiugate, spinster, 17, daughter of Francis 
Wingate, of Harlingtou, Beds, esq., who 
consents — at Harlingtou aforesaid. 30 Mav, 
1666. F. 

Box, Henry, of the Inner Temple, esq., bachelor, 
30, and Elizabeth Dade, spinster, above 21, 
daughter of Ruth Dade, of All Hallows-the- 
Great, London, widow, who consents — at All 
Hallows Barking, London, or ... . 18 Jan. 
169|. F. 

Box, William, gent., bachelor, 38, and Charity 
Holmes, sjiinster, 21, daughter of John 
Holmes, merchant taylor, deceased, consent of 
her mother, Jane Holmes, widow — at St. 
Anne and Agnes, or St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 
London. 27 Oct. 1623. B. 

Box, Richard (Boxe), of St. Maiy, Whitechapel, 
Middlesex, cooi^er, and Mary Cocke, of 
same, widow of Robert Cocke — at St. Faith, 
London. 15 Feb. 162f . B. 

Boyce, Adrian, haberdasher, and Margai'et 
Smithe, of St. Mary, Aldei'manbur}', London, 
widow of Edward Smithe, late of City of 
London, gent., gen. lie, 23 Julj^, 1589. B. 

Boyce, Garrett, of St. Seijulchre, and Katherine 
Smithe, spinster, of St. Stephen, Coleman 
Street — at St. Stephen aforesaid. 22 May 
1579. B. 

Boyce, Garrett, of St. Sepulchre, cordwainer, and 
Mary Dalton, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate — at 
St. Botolph aforesaid. 1 Dec. 1580. B. 

Boyce, Nicholas, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
Middlesex, sailor, and Anne Church, of same, 
spinster, daughter of William Church, de- 
ceased — at St. Nicholas, Acoug, London. 16 
May, 1625. B. 

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[1521-1869.] Eobert Brackley 168 



Boyce, Philip, of St. Magnus-ye-Martyr, London, 
bachelor, 24, and Mary Courtho))o, of St. 
Dunstan-in-thc-Wcst, sjjinster, 23- — at St. 
Edmund, Lombard Street. 21 June, 1721. B. 

Boyce, Richard, of St. Mildred-in-the-PouUry, 
London, clothworker, and Agnes Cace, of St. 
Botolph, Aldgate, said city, widow of Richard 
Cace, late of same, gardener — at St. Botolph 
aforesaid. 17 July, 1602. B. 

Boyce, Richard, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middle- 
sex, sailor, and Sarah Grove, of same, spinster, 
daughter of William Grove, of same, sailor — 
at same. 8 Feb. lG2f. B. 

Boyce, Richard, of Bridewell precinct, London, 
merchant taylor, and Alice Roberts, of St. 
James, Clerkeuwell, Middlesex, widow of 
Thomas Morgan (sic) — at Bridewell Chapel. 
G Sept. 1626. B. 

Boyce, Simon, husbandman, and Alice Cole, of 
St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, spinster — at 
St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 11 June, 
1623. B. 

Boyce, William (Boyse), gent., of Middle Temple, 
bachelor, 23, and Margaret Potkin, of St. 
Andrew Undershaft, spinster, 23, daughter of 
John Potkin, citizen and painter stainer, of 
London, who consents — at St. Andrew-in-the- 
Wardrobe. 22 Feb. 163f. B. 

Boyle, Hugh, mercer, and Margaret Sandy, 
spinster, of St. Martin, Ii-onmonger Lane, 
daughter of John Sandye, late of Abbardaren, 
CO. Carnarvon, gent., deceased, gen. lie, 
26 Jan. 158f. B. 

Boyle, John, gent., of Gray's Inn, bachelor, 23, 
his father dead, and Anne Dodsworth, 22, 
widow of John Dodsworth, late of . . . ., co. 
York, gent., deceased — at St. Martin, Ludgate. 
7 June, 1630. B. 

Boyle, Richard, stationer, and Eleanor Brayne, 
spinster, of St. Michael Queenhithe, daughter 
of William Brayne, of co. Warwick, yeoman, 
gen. lie, 7 Aug. 1586. B. 

Boylston, Thomas, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
citizen and goldsmith, bachelor, about 23, and 
Mrs. EUinou Dam, of St. Dun stan-in-the -West, 
spinster, about 17, consent of father, George 
Dam, of Rochester, Kent, gent. — at St. 
Botolph, Aldgate, or ... . 31 July, 1666. V. 

Boynton, Matthew, gent., of St. Giles, Cripple- 
gate, widower, 40, and Katherine Stapleton, of 
same, widow, 28 — at St. Margaret, New Fish 
Street. 11 May, 1636. B. 

Boys, John, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, 
gent., bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Jane Price, 
of Rochester, co. Kent, widow, about 22, with 
consent of her father, Sir Richard Head, of 
same, bart.— at All Hallows-in-the-Wall or 
.... 28 March 1679. V. 

Boys, Robert, gent., of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
bacheloi', 22, consent of father, Robert Boys, 
of same, esq., and Grace Powell, of Hampton, 
Middlesex, 18, spinster, daughter of Thomas 
Powell, of same, gent., who consents — at St. 
Giles-in-the-Fields. 2 Dec. 163 L B. 
Boys, Samuel, of Hawkhurst, Kent, gent., bachelor, 
26, and Philadelphia Parker, about 17, daughter 
of Sir Thomas Parker, knight, who consents — 
at Willington, Jevington, or West Deane, co. 
Sussex. 10 Jan. 164f. P. 
Boys, William, of Hawkhurst, Kent, esq., bachelor, 
about 24, and Mrs. Elizabeth Shirley, of 
Preston, co. Sussex, 20 and upwards, her 
father's consent — at St. Leonard, Shoreditch. 
10 March, 166f . V. 
Boyse, John, and Dorothy Poake. 20 Nov. 1572. 
F. 



Boyse, Nicholas, of the City of London, carpenter, 
and Phillis Bennett, widow of — Bennett, 
cordwainer— at St. George, Botolph Lane, 
London. 15 June, 1624. B. 

Boyton, Hubbard, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
gent., bachelor, about 29, and Anne Garth- 
waite, of same, spinster, about 28, and at own 
disposal— at St. Paul, Covent Garden. 22 Jan. 
1671. V. 

Brabonde, William, of Lamborne, co. Essex, cord- 
wainer, and Joane Androwes, spinster, of the 
City of London, daughter of — Androwes, of 
Grensted, co. Sussex, butcher, gen. lie, 11 
Aug. 1589. B. 

Brabone, James, of St. Dionis Backchurch, mer- 
chant of the Staple, bachelor, 40, and Dorothy 
Archer, of St. Michael, Queenhithe, spinster, 
22, daughter of Thomas Archer, Royston, 
Herts, who consents — at St. Michael, Queen- 
hithe. 9 Feb..l62|. B. 

Braborne, John, of St. Margaret, New Fish Street, 
haberdasher, and Alice Hallewell, widow, of 
the City of London, relict of John Hallewell, 
late of Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, linen- 
dra])er, gen. lie. 4 Nov. 1587. B. 

Braborne, William, of the diocese of London, and 
Sarah Snyth, of St. Edmund, Lombard 
Street, gen. lie., 24 Nov. 1565. B. 

Brabyon, Edward, of the City of London, gent., 
and Mary Smithe, spinster, of same, gen. lie, 
16 Dec. 1566. B. 

Brace, Francis, of the town of Bedford, gent., 
widower, 29, and Anne Thurloe, of Astwood, 
Bucks, spinster, 23, daughter of Anne Thurloe, 
widow, who consents — at St. Andrew Under- 
shaft, London, or St. James, Clerkenwell, 
Middlesex. 15 Aug. 1683. F. 

Brace, Thomas, of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent., 
bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. Joane Amps, 
of Royston, co. Cambridge, spinster, about 22, 
her father's consent — at St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West, St. Bride, or the Temple chapel. 20 Jan. 
167^. V. 

Bracewell, Robert, of St. Bride, London, draper, 
bachelor, 26, and Grace Toller, of St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields, 22, daughter of Edmund Toller, 
of same, gent., who consents — at St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields. 23 July, 1616. B. 

Bracher, John, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
victualler, bachelor, about 35, and Mary 
Flower, of same, widow, about 40 — at St. 
Mary, Savoy. 28 Sept. 1666. V. 

Bracke, Simon, of St. Catherine Cree Church, 
London, cooper, and Jane Wilison [in margin, 
Willson], of same, spinster — at St. Catherine 
aforesaid. 14 April, 1620. B. 

Bracke, Simon, of All Hallows Staining, London, 
wine - cooper, and Sarah Rothwell, of St. 
Catherine Cree Church, said city, sijinster, 
daughter of — Rothwell, deceased — at St. 
Catherine Cree Church. 22 Jan. 161|. B. 

Brackenbury, Thomas (Brackiuburie), of St. 
Sepulchre, and Susanna Ponder, spinster, of 
St. Dunstan-in-the-West— at St. Dnnstan 
aforesaid. 29 Jan. 157|. B. 

Brackenbury, William (Brakyubere), and 
Katherine Sober. 2 Sept. 1548. F. 

Brackley, John, of Thursley, co. Southampton, 
clerk, bachelor, about 27, and Sarah Stillwell, 
of same, spinster, aged 21, her parents dead — 
at same. 19 Dec. 1671. V. 

Brackley, Robert, of Cobham, co. Surrey, bachelor, 
22, and Elizabeth Dryden, spinster, of St. 
Bartholomew-the-Less, London, spinster, above 
21, at her own disposal — at All Hallows-in-the- 
Wall, London. 10 June, 1704. F. 



169 Thomas Bracklcy [i 521-1869.] Francis Bradsliaw 170 



Brackley, Thomas, clerk, vicar of Ugley, co. 
Essex, and Margaret Feild, of Christchurch, 
London, spinster — at Widdington, co. Essex. 
28 May, 1G23. B. 

Bracy, Thomas, linendraper, and Hannah Hart, 
of Christchurch, London, spinster — at Christ- 
church, London. 30 Jan. 162f . B. 

Bradborne, Edward (Bradbourue), esq., of St. 
Foster, in Foster Lane, London, bachelor, 38, 
and Jane Wymoudsold, of St. Olave, Hart 
Street, widow, 28, relict of ElkynWymondsold, 
late of Putney, co. Surrey, gent., deceased — • 
at St. Olave, Hart Street, or All Hallows Bark- 
ing. 25 Jan. IGfg. B. 

Bradborne, Humphrey, gent., of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, bachelor, 37, and Frances Copley, 
of Langford, Berks, spinster, 21, her father 
dead, attested by Walter Copley, of Middle 
Temple, gent. — at Hayes, Middlesex, or St. 
Mary-le-Strand. 22 May, 1634. B. 

Bradbury, Henry (Bradberye), of St. Michael, 
near Basinghall, and Alice Lewley, widow, of 
St. Mary Axe, Loudon — to marry at St. 
Andrew Undershaft. 9 Jan. 15f§. B. 

Bradbury, John (Bradburye), waterman, and 
Mary Clerke, widow, of St. Bride, Fleet 
Street, relict of Thomas Clerke, of Wigh, co. 
Kent, butcher, at All Hallows Barking. 27 
April, 1585. B. 

Bradbury, Robert (Bradburye), yeoman, of St. 
Peter, in the Tower of London, and Tabitha 
Eobynson, of St. Andrew, Eastcheap, said 
city, spinster, daughter of Richard Robinson, 
of same, basket-maker, gen. lie. 17 Oct. 1592. 
B. 

Bradbury, Robert, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
London, joiner, and Margaret Guy, of St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, widow of ■ — Guy, clerk 
— at St. Mary, Savoy, in the Strand. 1 April, 
1620. B. 

Bradbury, Thomas. See Bradford. 

Bradbury, Thomas, draper, and Margaret Redman, 
of St. Magnus, TiOndon, widow — at St. Faith, 
London. 27 July, 1626. B. 

Bradbury, William, of the town of Hertford, co. 
Herts, clerk, bachelor, 24, and Jane Browne, 
spinster, 24, daughter of Joseph Browne, of 
same, gent., who consents — at All Saints, in 
Hertford, aforesaid. 5 Sept. 1664. F. 

Braddon, Edwai-d, of the diocese of London, and 
Ursula Stoker. 18 April, 1571. F. 

Bradfield, William, of St. Margaret Moses, 
London, cordwaiuer, and Mary Dyer, of St. 
Mildred, Bread Street, London, spinster, 
daughter of Robert Dyer, of the City of 
London, Salter — at St. Mildred aforesaid. 
8 May, 1619. B. 

Bradford, John, clerk, M.A., rector of Much 
Wakering, co. Essex, widower, 57, and 
Gertrude Leech, of Westham, Essex, 56, 
widow of one Leech, late of co. Leicester, 
gent. — at St. Dunstan-in-the-East, London, or 
Much Wakering aforesaid. 27 Feb. 163f . F. 

Bradford, John, and Mary Davies, of the city of 
Westminster, spinster. 24 Dec. 1639. D. 

Bradford, John, of Camberwell, co. Surrey, gent., 
bachelor, about 26, and Jane Parr, of same, 
spinster, about 22, her parents dead — at 
Camberwell aforesaid. 24 Dec. 1661. V. 

Bradford, Peter, of St. John, Walbrook, London, 
merchant taylor, and Margaret Lanam, of 
same, widow of Richard Lanam, late of same 
—at St. John, Walbrook. 15 July, 1603. B. 

Bradford, Thomas [in margin, Bradbury], of 
St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, haberdasher, 
and Anne Bickford, of same, spinster — at 
St. Alphage, London. 7 March, 162|. B. 



Bradley, Francis, of Ac worth, co. York, gent., 
Ijachclor, about 35, and Mrs. Jane Jennings, 
of St. Martin-in-the Fields, spinster, about 30, 
and at own disposal — at St. Martin aforesaid, 
St. Mary, Savoy, or St. Paul, Covent Garden. 
2 Nov. 1675. V. 

Bradley, Henry, gent., of St. Clement Danes, 
bachelor, 22, and Mary Nicholos, of Henley, 
CO. Oxon, spinster, 19, consent of father, 
William Nichols, of same, gent. — at St. Faith. 
8 June, 1641. B. 

Bradley, Henry, of St. Benedict, Gracechurch, 
London, citizen and pewterer, bachelor, about 
21, and Martha Trott, of Godstone, Surrey, 
spinster, about 20, her mother's consent— at 
Godstone aforesaid. 8 Jan. 167|-. V. 

Bradley, Humphrey, gent., and Anne Sermartens, 
spinster, of St. Gabriel Fenchurcb, London, 
daughter of — Sermartens, late of Flanders, 
gent., deceased, gen. lie, 27 June, 1589. B. 

Bradley, John, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., and Mary Pope, of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, widow — at St. Margaret aforesaid. 
7 April, 1610. D. 

Bradley, Richard, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., and Elizabeth Street, of same, spinster 
—at same. 12 Oct. 1616. D. 

Bradley, Thomas, of East Greenwich, Kent, 
gent , bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Holland, of All Hallows Stayniug, London, 
spinster, about 23, her father's consent — at 
.A.11 Hallows Stayning aforesaid. 23 Jan. 167". 

y. 

Bradley, William, and Jane Thornage, spinster, of 
Fulham — to marry there. 5 June, 1564. B. 

Bradley, William, clerk, rector of Stocton, co. 
Salop, and Elizabeth Holland, of Bridgnorth, 
said county, widow- — at Stockton or Bridg- 
north aforesaid, or .... co. Salop. 4 May, 
1669. F. 

Bradocke, Thomas, of Stansted Abbott, Herts, 
clerk, S.T.B., and Elizabeth Graves, spinster, 
gen. lie, 20 Aug. 1593. B. 

Bradshaigflit, Roger ["esq." in margin only], of 
Wigan, CO. Lancaster, bachelor, 22, and Mary 
Murray, of Covent Garden, Middlesex, si^inster, 
about 18, her father dead, consent of her 
friends and relations, alleged by Joseph 
Thompson, vicar of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London— at St. Dunstan-in-the-West or St. 
Sepulchre, London. 7 April, 1673. F. 

Bradshaw, Arundell, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
Middlesex, widower, and Elizabeth Bamett, 
of King Street, near Guildhall, London, 
spinster, 26, and at her own disposal — at 
St. Mary, Savoy, Middlesex, or . . . '. 14 Dec. 
1681. F. 

Bradsliaw, Come wall, of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West, gent., bachelor, about 21, his father's 
consent, and Mary Pym, of same, spinster, 
about 20, her father's consent, alleged by 
William Bradshaw, of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West, citizen and clothworker — at St. 
Sepulchre, Loudon. 3 July, 1666. V. 

Bradshaw, Edward (Bradshawe), gent., of 
Clifford's Inn, and Margai-et Naylor, widow, 
of St. Bride, Fleet Street, gen. lie, 21 June, 
1581. B. 

Bradshaw, Ellis (Bradshawe), of All Hallows 
Barking, and Johanna Clerke, spinster, of St. 
Andrew Undershaft — at Islington. 21 July, 
1576. B. 

Bradshaw, Francis (Bradshawe), and Margery 
Mason, widow, of the City of London, gen. lie, 
27 Nov. 1574. B. 



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Bradshaw, Henry, of St. Catharine Crce Chnrcli, 
gent., bachelor, about 24, and Theodora Raynes, 
of Stepney, Middlesex, spinster, about 20, con- 
sent of father, John Raynes, of same, merchant 
—at St. Peter-the-Poor, St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
or St. Kathorine, near Tower of London. 

18 June, 1GG8. V. 

Bradshaw, Sir James, knight, of the city of 
Chester, bachelor, 24, and Elizabeth Beale, of 
Hackney, Middlesex, spinster, 22, consent of 
her parents — at St. Stephen, Coleman Street. 
14 April, 1G74. B. 

Bradshaw, Job, brewer, bachelor. 27, and 
Catharine Strode, spinster, 19, daughter of 
Hugh Strode, gent., of Whitchurch, Dorset, 
who consents — at St. Anne, Blackfriars, 
London. 7 Xov. 1626. B. 

Bradshaw, John (Bradshawe), of St. Christophcr- 
le-Stocks, and Margaret Androwes, spinster, 
of St. Edmund, Lombard Street — at St. 
Edmund aforesaid. 20 Aug. 1516. B. 

Bradshaw, Roger (Bradshawe), of the City of 
London, gent., and Elizabetli Howe, spinster, of 
Christchnrch, London, daughter of John Howe, 
of same, grocer — at Christchurch aforesaid. 
24 Sept. 1589. B. 

Bradshaw, Thomas (Bradshawe), barber-surgeon, 
and Elizabeth Parr, of St. Sepulchre, siDinster, 
daughter of John Parr, late of same, deceased 
- — at same. 9 Jan. 158|. B. 

Bradshaw, Thomas (Bradshawe), of Christ 
Church, London, yeoman, 33, and Margaret 
Potts, of St. Saviour, Southwark, spinster, 
daughter of John Potts, of same, button- 
maker — at St. Mary, Abchurch, London. 
10 April, 1618. B. 

Bradshaw, William (Bradshawe), yeoman, and 
Dionisia Medowes, of London, widow, gen. lie, 

19 Jan. 159f. B. 

Bradshaw, William, gent., of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, bachelor, 46, and Anne Whitacres, of 
sime, 24, widow of Myles Whitacres, gent., 
deceased about a vear since — at St. Giles-in- 
the-Fields. 19 May, 1617. B. 

Bradshaw, Captain William (Bradshawe), of 
Christchurch, London, bachelor, 23 or 24, 
and the Lady Dorothy Butler, of same, 35, 
widow of Sir Edward Butler, knight, deceased, 
alleged by Alexander Bradshawe, of St. 
Gregorv's, London, draper — at Christchurch 
or St. Gregory. 3 May, 1627. B. 

Bradshaw, William, 1570. See Badshawe. 

Bradshaw, William, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
confectioner, and Mrs. Anne Burt, of same, 
spinster, about 19, daughter of Andrew Burt, 
of Lambeth, Surrey, gent., who alleges — at 
St. Mary Mounthaw. 24 May, 1066. V. 

Bradway, Thomas, of St. Bride, London, bachelor, 
and Judith Pratt, spinster, daughter of 
Percival Pratt, of same — at Islington, co. 
Middlesex. 23 March, 161^. B. 

Brady, George (Bradic), gent., and Frances Gente, 
spinster, of Bumstead at the Tower, co. Essex, 
daughter of Thomas Gente, esq., one of the 
barons of the exchequer, gen. lie, 6 April, 
1587. B. 

Braemes, Walter, of Dover, Kent, esq., bachelor, 
aljout 28, and Marj^ Jacob, spinster, about 20, 
consent of father. Sir John Jacob, knight — 
at Bromley, Middlesex, alleged by John Adrian, 
of London, merchant. 13 May, 1663. V. 

Bragden, William, and Bennet Julyans, spinster, 
of the City of London, gen, lie, 14 Oct. 1574. 
B, 



Brag'g, Edmund (Bragge), of St. Bride, and Eliza- 
beth Cotingham, of St. Martin, LudgateHill — 
to marry there. 4 May, 1547. B. 

Bragg, Edmund (Bragge), gent., of St. Bride, 44, 
and Sara Pinder, 37, widowof Michael Pinder, 
of Winchester, co. Southampton, esq., deceased 
^at Chelsea or St. Bartholomew-the-Less. 
6 Oct. 1627. B. 

Bragg, George, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent , widower, about 44, and Katherine 
Parnell, of same, widow, about 30, alleged by 
Thomas Cockayne, of St. Faith, London, gent. 
— at St. Gregory, London. 25 Jan. 166|. V. 

Bragg, Roger, of Christchurch, London, skinner, 
and Martha Wright, spinster, daughter of — 
Wright, of CO. Suffolk, veoman — at St. Bride, 
London. 24 Jan. 161|.'B. 

Bragg, Roger, of Christchurch, London, Jan., 
draper, and Mary Wingham, spinster, daughter 
of Arthur Wingham, deceased — at St. Anne, 
Blackfriars, London. 25 Nov. 1618. B. 

Braham, Sir Richard, knight and bart., of Sfc. 
Margaret, Westminster, widower, about 50, 
and Jane Scobell, of same, widow, about 40 — 
at St. Laurence Pountnev, London. 6 Mav, 
1663. V. 

Braham, Sir Richard, knight and bart., of 
Windsor, co. Berks, widower, and Dorothy 
Brandling, of Caermarthen town, widow — at 
St. Andrew, Holborn, St. Pancras, or Gray's 
Inn chapel. 29 Nov. 1671. F. 

Brailsford, John (Brelsford), of London, draper, 
bachelor, 27, and Mary Sparrow, of Gesting- 
thorpe, spinster, 20, daughter of Mr. John 
Sparrow, esq., of same, who consents, attested 
by Mr. John Sparrow, of same, gent., brother 
to the said Mary — at Gestingthorpe aforesaid. 
3 June, 1620. B. 

Brailsford, Theophilus, of St. Trinity, London, 
citizen and clothworker, bachelor, about 25, 
and Mary Oliver, of St. Mary Woolnoth, 
London, spinster, about 21, her parents dead 
— at Stepney, Bow, or Whitechapel, co. Middle- 
sex. 16 May, 1666. Y. 

Braine, Thomas, clerk, curate of Craneham, co. 
Essex, and Helen Maskall, spinster, of North 
Okendon, said county — at St. Andrew Hubbard, 
London. 8 Aug. 1580. B. 

Brainford, Robert, gent., and Ellen Laramor, of 
St. Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex, widow of 
— Laramor, late of same, bricklayer — at St. 
Leonard aforesaid. 13 March, 159f . B. 

Braman, Richard, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
bricklayer, and Elizabeth Moore, of St. Giles, 
Cripplegate, London, widow — at St. Giles, 
Cripplegate, aforesaid. 25 Oct. 1625. B. 

Bramham, Richard, of Westminster, widower, and 
Elizabeth Hubbard, of same, spinster — at St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 8 Nov. 1625. B. 

Bramley, John, and Margery Rowell, spinster, of 
Stanes, gen. lie. 27 Nov. 1574. B. 

Brampton, Henrj', clerk, A.M., of the diocese of 
London, and Elizabeth Freake, spinster, 
daughter of John Freake, clerk, rector of 
Parleigh, co. Essex, gen. lie. 2 July, 1595. B. 

Brampton, Thomas, of Clement's Inn, gent., and 
Johanna Kynge, widow, of London, relict of 
John Kynge, late of St. Leonard, Eastcheap, 
butcher, gen. lie, 19 May, 1591. B. 

Brampton, William, and Agnes Squirer, of 
Bewdlev, of the diocese of Worcester. 22 Nov, 
1543. F. 



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Bramston, Edward, of the city of Westminster, 
esq., bachelor, 22, and Cicely Brewerton, 
spinster, 19 and upwards, her parents dead, 
she at her own disposal, and livinpc with 
her aunt, Mrs. Egerton, widow, of St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields — at Little St. Bartholomew, 
London, Kensington, Middlesex, or Barnett, 
Herts. 27 Oct. 16G2. F, 

Bramston, John, esq., of Middle Temple, 25, 
father's consent, and Alice Abdy, of St. Mary 
Axe, spinster, 20, daughter of Anthony Abdy, 
of same, alderman of the city, who consents 
— at St. Andrew Undershaft. 16 Nov. 16.35. B. 

Bramston, John, of Boreham, co. Essex, bachelor, 
27, and Isabella Master, of St. Paul, Covent 
Garden, spinster, 26 — at Trinity chapel in 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 3 April 1706. B. 

Bramston, William, of Springfield, Essex, gent., 
bachelor, 36, and Jane Le Hunt, of same, 
spinster, 22, daughter of Sir George Le Hunt, 
of same, deceased — at Springfield or Boreham, 
CO. Essex. 5 March, 164ii. F, 

Branch. See also BEAUNcn. 

Branch, Edward, of St. Peter, Cornhill, Loudon, 
j'coman, and Elizabeth Gwilley, of same, 
spinster — at St. Peter aforesaid. 13 Feb. 
162#. B. 

Branch, John (Branchc), of Eickmansworth, 
Herts, yeoman, and Anne Fotherlye, of same, 
widow, relict of James Fotherlye, late of same, 
yeoman, gen. lie, 20 April, 1591. B. 

Branch, John, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
vintner, bachelor, 29, and Ann Dickens, 
spinster, 25, daughter of George Dickens, of 
town and co. Bedford, gent., deceased, with 
consent of her mother, Mary Dickens, of 
same, widow — at St. Dunstan-in-the-West, or 
St. Margaret, Westminster. 20 Feb. 163f. F. 

Branch, Lconell (Branche), of London, gent., 
and Valentia Sparke, of St. Martin, Ludgate, 
said city, spinster, daughter of — Sparke, 
late of said city, draper, deceased, gen. lie., 
7 July 1596. B. 

Branch, Reinold, and Prudence Kirke, of the city 
of Westminster, widow. 16 Feb., 163^. D. 

Brand, Alexander, of St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex, milliner, and Ellen Hurleston, of South 
Okenden, co. Essex, spinster, daughter of John 
Hurleston, of same, gent. — at South Okenden 
aforesaid. 8 May, 1619. B. 

Brand, James (Brande), gent., and Anne Dockerev. 
Feb. 154^. F. 

Brand, John, of precinct of St. Martin-le-Grand, 
tailor, and Johanna Grene, daughter of Thomas 
Grene, of Ware, Herts, yeoman. 22 Nov. 1594. 
D. 

Brand, John, of Henham, co. Essex, bachelor, and 
Mary Locke, of Mile End, in Stepney, Middle- 
sex, spinster — at chapel of Bow, co. Middlesex. 
3 Sept. 1661. B. 

Brand, Thomas, of St. Edmund-the-King, London, 
bachelor, 22, and Elizabeth Barnadiston, of 
St. Edmondsbury, Suffolk, spinster, 21 — at 
All Hallows Barking, alleged by Nathaniel 
Brand, of Charlton, Kent. 20 May, 1702. B. 

Brand, William (Brande), of St. Bartholomew- 
the-Less, London, gent., and Mai-garet Walden, 
spinster. 26 July, 1567. F. 

Brand, William (Brande), of St. Dunstan-in- 
thc-West, London, apothecary, and Martha 
Newett, of Hackney, Middlesex, spinster — at 
St, Leonard, Shoreditch. 30 June, 1626. B. 

Brand, William, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 
yeoman, and Elizabeth Marshall, of same, 
widow — at same. 16 May, 1626. B, 



Brand, William (Brond), esq., of Poulsted, Suffolk, 
bachelor, 26, and Margaret Ash, of St. Mary, 
Aldermanbury, spinster, 18, her parents dead, 
consent of Frances Ash, executor of last 
will of Abraham Ash, the father of said 
Margaret— at St. Mary, Aldermanbury. 21 
June, 1648. B. 

Brandler, John, and Elizabeth Walker. 11 Oct. 
1662. D. 

Brandley, John, of Rnnwell, co. Essex, tanner, 
bachelor, and Ann Hull, of Purley, said county, 
spinster, daughter of John Hull, husbandman, 
deceased — at Runwell aforesaid. 27 Aug. 1621. 
B. 

Brandling-, Robert, of St. Clement Danes, esq., 
widower, about 45, and Mrs. Dorothy Vaughan, 
of St. Martin-in-the-Fickls, spinster, about 30, 
and at own disposal — at St. Clement Danes, 
St. Mary, Savoy, or St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 
13 May, 1G68. V. 

Brandling, Samuel, of Ipswich, co. Suffolk, esq., 
widower, al)out 35, and Mrs. Anne Gurdon, of 
Clapham, Surrey, spinster, about 30, and at 
own disposal — at Clapham aforesaid. 14 July, 
1670. V. 

Brandon, Augustine, tanner, and Elizabeth Great- 
racks, spinster, of Westham, Essex — at St. 
Bride, Fleet Street. 10 July, 1582. B. 

Brandreth, Nehcmiah, of Haughton Regis, co. 
Beds, esq., bachelor, 30, and Rebecca Price, 
of St. Paul, Covent Garden, spinster, 23 — at 
St. Paul, Covent Garden. 29 Sept. 1683. B. 

BranfiU, Champion, of St. Edmund-the-King, 
London, gent., bachelor, above 27, and Mrs. 
Mary Braund, of St. Pancras, Soper Lane, 
London, spinster, above 17, daughter of Mr. 
Benjamin Braund, who consents — at St. Mary- 
le-Bow, London. 15 June, 1711. F. 

Bransby, John, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, about 24, and Mrs. Ann Rutland, 
of same, spinster, about 23, at her own dis- 
posal — at Lincoln's Inn chapel or Gray's Inn 
chapel, or ... . 25 Nov. 1678. V. 

Brant, John, of Hendon, co. Middlesex, yeoman, 
and Mary Marsh, of Bushey, co. Herts, spin- 
ster, daughter of William Marsh, late of same, 
deceased — at St. James, Clerkenwell, Middle- 
sex. 15 July, 1615. B. 

Branthwaite, William, of Great Wigborow, Essex, 
clerk, M.A., bachelor, 27, and Anne Bright, 
spinster, 22, of same, daughter of Arthur 
Bright, of same, clerk, D.D., who consents — 
at St. Michael Queenhithe. 21 Aug. 1617. B. 

Brantune, Thomas, and Elizabeth Eockwood, of 
diocese of London. 4 Dec. 1548. F. 

Branwood, John, of Chelmsford, co. Essex, 
yeoman, and Anne Newmaii, of Gingrave, said 
county, spinster, daughter of Francis Newman, 
late of same, yeoman, deceased — at St. Mary 
Mounthaw, London. 26 April, 1608. B. 

Brasbridge, William, baker, and Margaret Gyll, 
spinster, daughter of John Gill, of the city of 
Westchester, fletcher, deceased — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn. 18 Jan. 158|. B. 

Brasier, Pelham, of Colchester, co. Essex, gent., 
bachelor, 24, and Anne Moore, of Great Mar- 
low, CO. Berks (sic), spinster, 21, her parents 
dead, and she at her own disposal — at St. 
Michael, Cornhill, London, Maidenhead, co. 
Berks, or Branford, Middlesex. 14 Oct. 1681. F. 

Brasier, Richard (Brasyar), and Jane Bury, he of 
the diocese of London and she of the diocese 
of Oxon. 27 Oct. 1546. F. 

Brasier, Richard, gent., bachelor, 30, and Elizabeth 
Bowen, of St. Andrew, Holborn, about 30, widow 
of John Bowen, late of same, gent., deceased 
about a year since — at St. Bennet, Paul's; 
Wharf. 31 Aug. 1619. B. 



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176 



Brasier, Thomas, grocer, and Fabian Cowndon, 
Middlesex, spinster, daughter of Geoi'gc 
Cowndon, of Dcpdcn, co. Essex, j-coman — 
at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, Loudon. 23 June, 
1625. B. 

Brasswell, George, of Lambeth, co. Middlesex 
(sic), baker, and Margaret Milliter, of St. 
Martin-le-Grand, spinster— at St. Leonard, in 
precinct of St. Martin-lc-Grand. 1 June, 
1610. D. 

Brassye, Thomas, and Agnes Lawrannce, widow, 
of London — at St. Christopher-le-Stocks. 29 
July, 1572. B. 

Brassye, Thomas, of St. Magnus, and Anne Ober 
—at St. Cliristopher-lo-Stocks. 17 Jan. 155|. 
B. 

Bratb.erton, George, gent., and Mary Hawkins, 
of St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster — at St. 
Faith, London. 28 Nov. 1625. B. 

Brathwait, Launcelot, gent., of St. Botolph, 
Aldersgate, London, bachelor, 27, his father 
dead, and Mary Hambleton, spinster, 27, her 
parents dead — at St. Anne, Blackfriars, London. 
23 Dec. 1620. B. 

Brathwaite, John (Braythwayte), of Little 
Bursted, co. Essex, and Susan Cooke, of Cur- 
ringham, said county, widow of John Cooke, 
late of same, yeoman — at . . . ., co. Essex. 
25 Sept. 1598. B. 

Brathwaite, William (Braythwayte), of St. Banet 
Fink, and Alice Swister, widow, of Little All 
Hallows, Thames Street, relict of Robert 
Swister, of same, mercer — at Little All Hallows 
aforesaid. 11 Dec. 1583. B. 

Brattell, John, gent., of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, 23, and Susan Legatt, of same, 
spinster, 26— at St. Mary, Strand. 24 Oct. 
1628. B. 

Braunch. See also Branch. 

Braunch., Christopher (Braunche), gent., and 
Mary Addie, spinster, daughter of Francis 
Addie, of Darton, co. York, husbandman — at 
St. Peter, Westcheap, London. 2 Sept. 1619. 
B. 

Braunch, John (Brawnce), of St. Botolph, Billings- 
gate, and Dorothy Millington — at St. Peter, 
Paul's Wharf. 11 Aug. 1579. B. 

Braunch, John, of Haddam, Herts, gent., and 
Katherine WinnoU, of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, widow — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 
5 Sept. 1608. D. 

Braunch, Roger (Brawnche), of West Horndon, 
Essex, gent., and Constance Shelton, spinster, 
gen. lie. 6 Aug. 1579. B. 

Braunch, Thomas (Braunche), of St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf, waterman, and Alice Crosse, 
spinster, at St. Bennet aforesaid. 15 Feb. 
158f. B. 

Braw, William, doctor of law, of St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex, widower, 33, and the Hon. 
Cecilia West, of same, spinster, 35, at her own 
disposal — at St. Mary, Savoy, or .... 28 Jan. 
1695. F. 

Brawne, Richard, of Longfield, Surrey, gent., 
about 31, and Mrs. Anne Rogers, of same, 
spinster, about 28, and at own disposal — at 
St. Peter-le-Poor, or St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London. 12 Juno, 1667. V. 

Brawne, Richard, of Staple Inn, bachelor, 21-, 
and Mary Streate, spinster, 20, daughter of 
Leonard Street, of St. Andrew, Holborn, inn- 
holder, who consents — at Fulham or Ham- 
mersmith, Middlesex. 23 March, 166?. F. 

Brawne, Robert, of Ratcliffe, parish of Stepney, 
CO. Middlesex, !«ailor, and Magdalen Longe, 
widow, of same, relict of Thomas Longe, late 
of same, sailor— at Fenchurch, London. 28 
March, 1590. B. 



Bray, Owen, and Anne Dannaster, of London. 
29 Nov. 1517. P. 

Bray, Reynald, esq., bachelor, about 18, consent 
of father. Sir Edmund Bray, of Great Bar- 
rington, co. Gloucester, and Berks, knight, and 
Jane Rainton, spinster, about 17, daughter of 
William Rainton, of Shilton, Berks, esq., de- 
ceased, consent of her mother, Mrs. Barbara 
Horde, and grandmother, Mrs. Jane Trinder, 
alleged by Charles Trinder, of Holwell, co. 
Oxon, gent. — at Bibury or Barnsley, co. Glon- 
cestcr. 10 Jan. 166|. V. 

Bray, Richard (Braye), of St. Michael, Queen- 
hithc, London, tailor, and Joane Crowtell, of 
St. Sepnlchre, London, spinster, daughter of 
— Crowtell, deceased — at St. Andrew- in-tho- 
Wardrobe, London. 10 Aug. 1621. B. 

Bray, Richard (Braye), jun., gent., of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, London, bachelor, 25, and Elizabeth 
Roe, of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, spinster, 18, 
daughter of Lawrence Roe, late of same, baker, 
deceased, she now dwelling with her mother, 
• — Bradford, alias Roe, wife of Thomas Brad- 
ford, gent., who consents — at St. Mary, Strand, 
ats Savoy, Middlesex. 30 April, 162*7. B. 

Bray, Samuel, of Sillington, Sussex, clerk, bachelor, 
about 26, and Anne Buckley, of St. Botolph, 
Bishopsgate, London, spinster, about 18, con. 
sent of father, — Buckley, woodmouger, 
alleged by Stephen Bray, of Islington, co. 
Middlesex, merchant — at All Hallows-in-the- 
Wall, London. 7 Dec. 1672. Y. 

Braytofte, Richard, of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 
Middlesex, yeoman, and Margaret Clarke, of 
St. Botolph, Aldgate, spinster, daughter of 
George Clarke, of same, vintner — at St. 
Botolph, Aldgate. 4 May, 1602. B. 

Bseach, Anthony (Breache), of St. Michael Basis- 
haw, London, girdler, and Amy Albright, of 
St. Lawrence Pouutney, said city, widow of 
John Albright, late of same, girdler — at St. 
Lawrence Pountney aforesaid. 20 Sept. 1613. 
B. 

Breach, Francis, of St. Bartholomew Exchange, 
London, citizen and merchant taylor, bachelor, 
27, and Elizabeth Tilghman, of St. Stephen, 
Coleman Street, spinster, 19, daughter of 
Francis Tilghman, of Sandwich, Kent, gent., 
who consents— at St. Faith. 2 Feb. 164i. B. 

Breach, John, of St. Mildred, Bread Street, 
bachelor, 29, and Elizabeth Adams, of St. 
Alban, Wood Street, widow, 40 — at St. 
Alphage. 14 Oct. 1702. B. 

Breach, William, of the city of Westminster, gent., 
widower, about 50, and Margaret Dawson, of 
same, spinster, about 40, at own disposal — at 
St. Gregory, London, or St. Margaret, West- 
minster. 15 June, 1663. V. 

Breaiue, Arthur, gent., of Gosfield, Essex, and 
Elizabeth Betonson, widow, of St. Olave, Hart 
Street, London, gen. lie, 11 Aug. 1580. B. 

Breames, Walter [he seems to sign Bruems], of 
city of Canterbury, esq., bachelor, about 36, 
and Sybilla Butts, of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, widow, about 30 — at St. Mary Mag- 
dalene, Old Fish Street. 6 May, 1662. V. 

Breathe, Edward, of St. Michael, Queenhithe, and 
Alice Warde, widow, of St. Martin, Ludgate, 
relict of Arthur Warde, late of same, mer- 
chant taylor, gen. lie, 27 Jan. 15S'i. B. 

Bredge, Thomas, of Purley, Essex, chapman, and 
Katherine Morrys, spinster, of Bulfan, in the 
said county — at St. Edmund, Lombard Street. 
23 Jan. 158?. B. 



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178 



Breedon, Elkanab, of Wing, co. Bucks, gent., 
bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Bi-idget Willis, of 
Tachbrooke, co. Warwick, spinster, about 19, 
consent of John Eous, esq., and Mary, his wife, 
her guardians, her parents dead — at Tach- 
brook aforesaid. 19 Dec. 16/4. V. 

Brent, Nathaniel, of Hodsdon, Herts, bachelor, 30, 
and Elizabeth Roydon, spinster, 18, daughter 
of Marmaduke, Roydon [i.e., RawdonJ, of 
Banae, who consents, alleged by Henry Crew, 
of St. Olave, Hart Street, Loudon — at Hert- 
ford, Stapleford, or Amwell, co. Herts. 9 July, 
1681. F. 

Brent, Thomas, gent., of Edmonton, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 32, and Eleanor Strood, of Sunning, 
Berks, spinster, 21, consent of father of same, 
yeoman — at Stepney, or All Hallows-the-Less, 
London. 24 March, 163^. B. 

Brereton, Benjamin (^Breerton), of St. Bride, 
London, cutler, and Christian Woolley, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, London, spinster, daughter 
of William Woolley, of St. Catherine Cree 
Church, London, scrivener — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn, aforesaid. 7 July, 1623. B. 

Bi'ereton, Dod, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
Loudon, bachelor, 26, antl Sarah Edmonds, cf 
All Hallows-in-the-Wal), London, spinster, 2-1', 
her parents dead — at St. Botolph or All 
Hallows aforesaid. 1 Feb. 166g. F. 

Brereton, Edward, gent., of Inner Temple, 
bachelor, 27, and Mary Sadleir, of Hitchin, 
Herts, spinster, 24, mother's consent — at 
Stepney. 27 Jan. 169^. B. 

Brereton, Edward, of Barras, co. Denbigh, esq., 
bachelor, 22, and Elizabeth Lake, of Stan- 
more, Middlesex, spinster, 21, daughter of Sir 
Thomas Lake, knight, deceased — at St. 
Lawrence, Old Jewry, or St. Olave, Silver 
Street, or St. Margaret, Westminster. 22 Nov. 
1664. F. 

Brereton, John, of Inner Temple, gent., and 
Margaret Kerapton, widow, of St. Augustine, 
London, relict of Robert Kempton^at St. 
Mary Somerset. 26 June, 1585. B. 

Brereton, Randolph, of St. Magnus, London, mer- 
chant, bachelor, 26, and Anne Whitwell, of 
St. Olave, Hart Street, spinster, 27 or 28, at 
own disposal — at St. Michael Queenhithe or 
St. Mary Savoy, alleged by Thomas Whitwell, 
of St. Olave, Hart Street, barber-surgeon. 
20 Nov. 1639. B. 

Brereton, Richard, of St. Catherine Cree Church, 
London, haberdasher, and Audrey Cuckoe, 
spinster, daughter of — Cuckoe, deceased — at 
Trinity Minories, London. 10 Nov. 1620. B. 

Brereton, Thomas, of Lees, co. Eesex, gent., 
widower, about 46, and Mrs. Amy Woodward, 
of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, spinster, 
about 32, and at own disposal — at Chelsea, 
Middlesex. 23 Feb. 167f V. 

Brerewood, William, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, gent., bachelor, 25, and Elizabeth 
White, of St. Bar tholomew-the- Less, London, 
spinster, 20, daughter of Edward White, of 
of Tamworth, co. Warwick, gent., who con- 
sents — at St. Leonard, Shoreditch, or St. 
James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex. 18 March, 
166f. F. [This entry unsigned and crossed 
out.] 

Bressey, John, of St. Dunstan - iu - the -West, 
London, gent., bachelor, 22, and Elizabeth 
Chamberlaine, of same, spinster, 22, her 
parents dead — at St. Mary Somerset, London. 
26 Feb. 167^. F. 



Brethers, John, of the City of London, merchant 
taylor, and Mary Thurston, of same, widow — 
at St. Nicholas Olave, London. 9 Aug. 1620. 
B. 

Brett, Charles, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
widower, about 40, and Mary Jefferson, of St. 
Margaret, Westminster, spinster, about 23, at 
at own disposal — at St. Mary, Savoy. 24 Feb. 
167|. V. 

Brett, Edmund, of South Okindou, co. Essex, 
blacksmith, and Anne Gulson, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Gulson, of same, tideman 
• — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 18 Dec. 
1623. B. 

Brett, James, of Purley, Essex, yeoman, aud 
Margery Argent, of same, widow of — Argent, 
of same, yeoman— at St. Mary-at-Hill, London. 
27 Jan. 1591. B. 

Brett, James, sailor, and Elizabeth Greene, 
spinster, daughter of Thomas Greene, sail- 
maker — at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, London. 
16 July, 1616. B. 

Brett, John, of St. Bennet Gracechurch, widower, 
30, and Barnardiston Rolt, of Hackney, 
spinster, 20, consent of parents — at All 
Hallowa-in-the-Wall, London. 7 Feb. 167f . B, 

Brett, Joseph, of Westham, co. Essex, tanner, 
and Rebecca Clai'ke, widow — at St. Olave, Old 
Jewry, London. 28 Oct. 1614. B. 

Brett, Nathaniel, of St. Mary Savoy, Middlesex, 
silkman, bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Carpenter, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 
London, spinster, about 22, with consent of 
her mother, Mrs. Carpenter, widow, at St. 
Botolph, Bishopsgate, London. 4 July, 1678, 
V. 

Brett, Richard, of Navestock, co. Essex, husband- 
man, and Martha Crane, spinster, of same, 
daughter of Edward Crane, of same, gent., 
gen. lie, 10 May, 1593. B. 

Brett, Robert, sailor, aud Johanna Stewarde, of 
Stepnej^ Middlesex, widow of — Stewarde, of 
same, sailor, gen. lie, 18 Feb. 159|. B. 

Brett, Thomas, gent., of St. Sepulchre, bachelor, 
58, and Faith Cary, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 
widow, 45 — at St. Botolph aforesaid. 22 June, 
1641. B. 

Brett, William, and Joanna Hay ward, of Little 
Ockeley, gen. lie, 16 Feb. 15fg. B. 

Brett, William, of St. Sepulchre, London, soap- 
boiler, and " Egidiam " Stagg, of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, Middlesex, daughter of — Stagg, 
deceased — at St. Andrew - in - the - Wardrobe, 
London. 26 Jan. 161f. B. 

Brett, William, yeoman, and Anne Catlyne, of 
Raynham, co. Essex, widow — at St. Faith, 
Loudon. 12 June, 1626. B. 

Brettfeild, Robert, and Mary Smith, of precinct 
of St. Martin-le-Grand — at any church in 
the jurisdiction of the dean and chapter of 
Westminster. 13 Jan. 157f . D. 

Bretten, Richard, of the City of London, gold- 
smith, and Johanna Smithe, of Islington, 
Middlesex, spinster, daughter of John Smithe, 
late of St. Sepulchre, London, butcher, 
deceased, gen. lie, 21 July, 1588. B. 

Bretton, Thomas, of Wickford, co. Essex, yeo- 
man, and Margaret Pascall, of same, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Pascall, late of B.adowe, 
said county, gent., deceased, gen. lie, 24 Nov. 
1593. B. 

Brewe, Patrick, and Margaret Battell, spinster, 
of the City of London, gen. lie, 12 May, 1571. 
B. 



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Brewen, Henry, of Christchurch, London, <,'rocer, 
l)achclor, and Friswith Lnnt, of St. Catherine 
Cree Church, London, widow of Thomas Lnnt, 
skinner — at AllHallows-the-Lcss, London. 20 
July, 1G20. B. 

Brewer, Abraham, 1627. See Bruer. 

Brewer, Edward, gent., of St. Dionis Backchurch, 
widower, 37, and Marpfaret Hamlin, of St. 
Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, widow, 32 — 
at St. Faith or St. Anne and Agnes. 17 Sept. 
1G3G. B. 

Brewer, Edward, and Ellen Straine, of the 
city of Westminster, widow. 29 Dec. 1637. 
D. 

Brewer, George, of Eastham, co. Essex, tailor, 
and Anne Jervas, of St. Mary Bothaw, 
London, spinster — at St. Mary Mounthaw, 
London. 12 Jan. 162f. B. 

Brewer, Lawrence, of Chesthunt, Herts, baker, 
and Mary Holland, of same, widow of — 
Holland, late of co. Derby— at St. Bartholo- 
mew-the-Less, London. 8 Dec. 1603. B. 

Brewer, Richard, of Ditton, Kent, gent., widower, 
about 32, and Mrs. Mary Selby, of St. Mar- 
garet, in the city of Kocbester, widow, about 
40— at All Hallows Barking. 8 Nov. 1666. 
Y. 
Brewer, Stephen, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
cook, and Judith Lusford, of same, spinster, at 
same. 8 July, 1608. D. 
Brewer, Stephen, of St. George, Southwark, clerk, 
widower, about 27, and Mrs. Anne Morrell, of 
St. Olave, Southwark, spinster, about 24-, and 
at own disposal — at St. Mary, Savoy. 16 April, 
1666. V. 
Brewer, Thomas, of West Farley, Kent, esq., 
widower, about 50, and Mrs. Anne Kilburne, 
of Hawkhurst, said county, spinster, about 27, 
and at own disposal — at Hawkhurst aforesaid. 
17 May, 1678. V. 
Brewer, William, of St. Mary, Savoy, gent., 
bachelor, about 28, son of William Brewer, 
of St. Margaret, Westminster, gent, (who 
alleges), and Elizabeth Harris, of London 
Stone, spinster, about 30, and at own disposal 
—at St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street. 23 
Feb. 166f . Y. 
Brewster, Sir Francis, knight, of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, Middlesex, widower, 50, and Hester 
Fownes, of St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, 45, 
at her own disposal — at St. Martin aforesaid, 
or ... . 21 Feb. 169^ F- 
Brewster, John, esq., of Middle Temple, widower, 
56, and the Lady Elizabeth Deane, of Hackney, 
Middlesex, 38, widow of Sir James Deane, 
knight, of the City of London, deceased — at 
Hackney aforesaid. 24 Sept. 1608. B. 
Brewster, Samuel, gent., of the city of Xorwich, 
bachelor, 26, and Susanna Travis, of All 
Hallows Stayning, London, spinster, 19, con- 
sent of mother, Susanna Travis, of same, 
widow — at All Hallows Stayning. 22 Dec. 
1638. B. 
Brewster, Samuel, of St. Michael-le-Queme, 
London, bachelor, 22, and Anne Home, 
spinster, 15, her father dead, with consent of 
her mother, Mary Home, now wife of John 
Milborne, of same — at Lambeth or St. Mary, 
Newington, co. Surrey. 25 Aug. 1663. F. 
Brewster, Thomas, of St. Michael-le-Quern, 
London, mercer, about 30, and Jane Powell, 
of St. Giles, Cripplegate, widow, about 50 — at 
St. Mary, Islington, or St. James, Clerken- 
well. 4 Aug. 1666. V. 



Brewster, William, of Burntwood Weale, Essex, 
yeoman, bachelor, 25, and Phillipp Godfrie, 
spinster, 20, her father late of Duddinghurst, 
Essex, yeoman, deceased, with consent of her 
mother, ]\Iary, wife of Edward Bailie, of 
^lodlin Laver, said county, yeoman — at Low- 
ton, CO. Essex. 11 Jan. 163|. F. 

Brian. See alio Bryan. 

Brian, John, of St. Botolph, Bishopegato, London, 
plasterer, and Elizabeth Greene, of same, 
spinster, daughter of Henry Greene, deceased 
—at St. Botolph aforesaid. 20 Feb. 16U. 
B. 

Brian, Thomas, of Wadhurst, Sussex, clerk, 
bachelor, about 24, and Mary Willcocke, of 
same, spinster, about 26, and at own difposal 
— at St. Pancras, Soper Lane, London. 26 
May, 1663. Y. 

Brice, Thomas, yeoman, and Mary Elwood, widow 
of Anthony Elwood, late of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, cook — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, 
London. 25 June, 1621. B. 

Brice, Thomas, of Christ Church, London, clerk, 
bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. Sarah Price, of 
same, spinster, about 17, consent of father, 
Mr. Samuel Price — at St. Sepulchre, Christ- 
church, or St. Andrew, Holborn. 13 Aug. 1677. 
Y. 

Brice, William (Brycc), of St. Paul, Covent 
Garden, Middlesex, linendraper, bachelor, 
about 26, and Judith Squibb, of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, said county, spinster, about 26, at 
her own disposal — at St. Martin or St. Paul 
aforesaid. 7 July, 1679. Y. 

Brickenden, John, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
about 33, and Mary Willoughby, of Portsmouth, 
CO. Southampton, widow, about 35, — at Portsea 
or Wimering, co. Southampton. 25 July, 1660. 
Y. 

Bricket, John, 1569. See Bucket. 

Brickett, John (Bryckett), and Johanna Mylles, 
widow, of Tottenham, Middlesex — to marry 
there. 12 May, 1572. B. 

Brickett, James (Bryckett), of City of London, 
and " Josuam " Pres, of St. Mary, Alderman- 
bury, spinster — to marry there. 24 Jan. 1565. 
B. 

Brickley, John, yeoman, and Elizabeth Know- 
leinge, spinster, of Hackney — to marry there. 
21 Jan. 15^^. B. 

Brickwood, John, of East Ham, co. Essex, hus- 
bandman, and Elizabeth Seringe, of London, 
sjiinster, daughter of — Seringe, of same, beer 
brewer, gen. lie, 8 Dec. 1593. B. 

Brickwood, Samuel, of Maiden, Essex, gent., 
bachelor, about 34, and Mrs. Elizabeth Symond, 
of same, spinster, about 21, her parents dead 
— at St. Marv Somerset or St. Dunstan-in-the- 
East. 17 June, 1674. Y. 

Bridge, Anthony, and Katherine Fortescu, of 
Faborne, diocese of London. 7 Sept. 1570. F. 

Bridg'e, George, of Stebbing, co. Essex, yeoman, 
and Barbara Aylett, of same, widow of Robert 
Aylett, late of same, yeoman — at Lynsell, co. 
E'ssex. 20 Sept. 1604". B. 

Bridg'e, Ruben, clerk of Cheveley, co. Cambridge, 
bachelor, 31, and Mary Fane, spinster, 25, 
father dead, consent of mother, Margaret 
Fane, alias Bolton, testified hj John Fane, 
brother of said Mary — at St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West. 17 June, 1635. B. 

Bridge, Richard, of St. Bennet, Gracochnrch, 
Ijondon, linendraper, bachelor, about 29, and 
Margaret Adams, of same, spinster, about 20, 
daughter of William Adams, of same, woollen- 
draper, who consents — at St. Bennet aforesaid. 
2 Feb. 164f. F. 



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Bridgfe, Thomas. See Bredge. 

Bridge, Thomas, of Rayne, co. Essex, husband- 
man, bachelor, and Ursula Bellies, of same, 
spinster, daughter of llobert Bellies, late of 
WethersBeld, said county, deceased — at Wan- 
sted, said county. 8 May, IGIO. B. 

Bridgeman, Edward (Bridgman), of Edmonton, 
Middlesex, yeoman, widower, about 42, and 
Dorothy Johnson, of Tottenham High Cross, 
said county, widow, about 32 — at Fryan-Barnet, 
CO. Middlesex. 30 Dec. 1678. V. 

Bridgeman, James (Bridgman), of Exning, co. 
Suffolk, gent., bachelor, 28, and Prothesa 
Guruey, of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, 
London, spinster, 19, with consent of her 
father, William Gurney, barber-surgeon^at 
St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London. 
9 Jan. 164f. P. 

Bridgeman, James, of Whitehall, 40, and Sarah 
Thornburgh, of same, widow, 40 — in King's 
chapel, at Whitehall, St. James's chapel, or 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 9 June, 1681. B. 

Bridgeman, Orlando (Bridgman), esq., bacheloi-, 
about 20, son of Sir Orlando Bridgman, knight 
and bart., lord keeper of the great seal, and 
Mary Cave, spinster, about 16, daughter of 
Sir Thomas Cave, knight and bart., of Stam- 
ford, CO. Northampton, with consent of the 
parents of both — at Stamford aforesaid, 
or . . . 25 April, 1670. F. 

Bridgeman, Sir Orlando, bart., of the city of 
Coventry, bachelor, above 21, and Mrs. 
Susannah Dashwood, of St. Botolph, Bishops- 
gate, London, spinster, about 17, with consent 
of her father, Mr. Francis Dashwood — at 
St. Botolph aforesaid, or .... 15 April, 1702. 
F. 

Bridgeman, Richard, clerk, M.A., rector of 
Wigborow Parva, co. Essex, and Mary Blanke, 
of St. Bartholomew near the Exchange, 
London, spinster, daughter of Thomas Blanke, 
late of Chelmsford, co. Essex, innholder, 
deceased, gen. lie, 18 Feb. 159|. B. 

Bridger, Henry, of Bramlej^, co. Surrey, gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Elizabeth Budgen, of 
Dorking, said county, spinster, about 28, and 
at own dispose — at St. Mildred, Bread Street ; 
or St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street, 
London, or Dorking, Surrey. 5 Sept. 1677. 
V. 

Bridger, James, of St. Bennet Sherehog, mer- 
chant, bachelor, 25, and Rebecca Benyson, of 
St. Giles in-the-Fields, spinster, about 19, 
consent of father, Sir Geo. Benyson, knight — 
at Lincoln's Inn chapel. 25 March, 1661. V. 

Bridger, Robert (Brydger), gent., of Huuuesdon, 
CO. Herts, and Elizabeth Staj-ne, widow, of 
Boreham, co. Essex, relict of Abraham Stayno, 
of same, yeoman, deceased. 10 Sept. 1585. B. 

Bridger, William (Brydger), and Alice Bloore, 
spinster, of City of London, gen. lie, 26 Aug. 
1564. B. 

Bridges, Brooke, of Middle Temple, esq., and 
Mary Lewin, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
spinster, 18 — at St. Bartholomew in Smith- 
field, consent of parents. 15 Nov. 1672. B. 

Bridges, Brook, of St. Andrew, Holborn, bachelor, 
30, and Susanna Godfry, of Philpot Lane, 
London, spinster, 26, her parents dead — at 
St. Andrew^ aforesaid or ... . 23 Dec. 1695. 
F. 

Bridges, George, of Waltham Abbey, esq., 
bachelor, 28, and Elizabeth Bridges, of Ching- 
ford, said county, widow, about 30 — at St. 
Botolph, Bishopsgate, London. 26 Feb. 167^. 
F. 



Bridges, Sir Giles, knight, of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, bachelor, 38, and Jane Willey, of same, 
36, widow of John Willey, of same, gent., 
deceased — at Fulham or Kensington. 19 June, 
1627. B. 

Bridges, Harry [so signed], of Rayasham, co. 
Somerset, esq., bachelor, 25, and the Right 
Hon. Diana Hollis, sjiinster, about 25, daughter 
of the late Right Hon. John, Earl of Clare, 
deceased, with consent of her mother, the 
Countess Dowager of Clare — at St. Clement 
in Middlesex, or the chapel of Clare House, in 
the same parish. 11 Dec. 1672. F. 

Bridges, John, gent., of Nevendon, Essex, and 
Philippa Pascall, spinster, of Wickford, said 
county, daughter of Thomas Pascall, late of 
Nevendon aforesaid, gent., deceased, gen. lie, 
18 Oct. 1586. B. 

Bridges, John, of Waltham Holy Cross, Essex, 
yeoman, and Alice Speller, of Edmonton, 
Middlesex, widow of ■ — Speller, late of same, 
yeoman, gen. lie, 10 May, 1595. B. 

Bridges, John, gent., of St. Mary Mounthaw, 
bachelor, 36, and Joane Vineing, of Winkhamp- 
ton, Somerset, spinster, 30 — at St. Michael, 
Wood Street. 4 Feb. 163f. B. 

Bridges, John, gent., of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
bachelor, 25, and Margaret Beale, of same, 
spinster, 22, consent of father, Bartholomew 
Beale — at St. Andrew, Holborn, or St. Mildred, 
Bread Street. 21 March, 163f. B. 

Bridges, Nicholas, of St. Peter, Cornhill, London, 
mercer, and Deborah Higgs, of Stepney, 
Middlesex, spinster, daughter of William 
Higgs, late of same, gent., deceased — at St. 
Michael Basishaw, London. 8 May, 1615. B. 

Bridges, Richard, of Chigwell, Essex, and .Tohanna 
Waker, spinster, of same, daughter of Robert 
Waker, of Pelham Furnes, co. Herts, husband- 
man — at St. Botolph, Aldgate. 30 Sept. 1585. 
B. 

Bridges, Shem, of Putney, Surrey, merchant, 
bachelor, about 31, and Mrs. Isabella Blackett, 
of Newcastle-on-Tyne, spinster, about 22, con- 
sent of father, William Blackett, merchant — 
at St. Dnnstan-in-the-East or Kingston-on- 
Thames, Surrey ; alleged by Samuel Hartlib, 
of Inner Temple, gent. 16 Aug. 1672. V. 

Bridges, Walter, of Stamford-le-Hope, co. Essex, 
yeoman, and Bridget Richardson, of same, 
widow of Edward Richardson, late of same, 
husbandman — at Mucking, co. Essex. 24 Nov. 
1602. B. 

Bridges, William, of St. Michael, Cornhill, mercer, 
widower, about 28, and Mrs. Frances Clayton, 
of Gracechurch Street, London, widow, about 
28— at Battersea, Surrey. 18 Feb. 167f . V. 

Bridges, William (Brydges), of High Laver, and 
Agnes Parmitor, widow, of Sawbridgeworth — 
at St. Sepulchre. 20 Nov. 1576. B. 

Bridgland, John, of Maresfield, co. Sussex, gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. Anne Knight, of 
Cowden, co. Kent, spinster, about 25, with her 
father's consent — at Ockfield, co. Sussex. 
17 May, 1679. V. 

Brigden, Thomas, of Mer worth, co. Kent, yeo- 
man, and Dorothy Harvey, spinster — at St. 
Andrew Hubbard, London. 28 Oct. 1623. B. 

Briggin, Butler, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 30, and Winifred Burnett, spinster, 
19, daughter of — Burnett, of same, widow, 
who consents — at St. Clement Danes aforesaid, 
or St. Giles, or St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex. 17 July, 1676. F, 



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Brigginshaw, Richard, of Hayes, co. Middlesex, 
gent., bachelor, 35, and Mary Dunkar, spinster, 
20, daughter of William Dunkar,of St. Botolph, 
Aldersgate, London, merchant, who consents 
—at St. Botolph aforesaid. 31 Dec. 1667. F. 

Brigg'inshaw, llichard, of Hayes, Middlesex, 
gent., bachelor, 35, and Elizabeth Justice, 
spinster, 17, daughter of William Justice, of 
St. Lawrence, Jewry, London, esq., who con- 
sents — at Stoke Newington, Middlesex. 
21 July, 1665. F. 

Briggs, Sir Humphrey, bart., of Haughton Hall, 
CO. Salop, widower, 50, and Anna Morton, of 
Sheffnall, said county, widow, 47 — at Sheffnall 
aforesaid, Weedon, co. Northampton, or 
Meriden, co. Warwick. 30 June, 1665. F. 

Briggs, John, clerk, M.A., bachelor, 30, and 
Marion Rogers, of St. John's, Walbrook 
maiden, 20, daughter of — Rogers, of . . . 
Surrey, deceased, her mother's consent — at 
St. John's, Walbrook, aforesaid. 2-i April 
1610. B. 

Briggs, Thomas, of St. Magnus, London, brewer 
and Elizabeth Egglestou, of same, widow of 
Henry Eggleston, late of same, vintner, 
deceased — at St. Mary, Islington, co. Middle 
sex. 3 Nov. 1621. B. 

Briggs, William, esq., of Gray's Inn. bachelor, 25 
and Sarah Gore, of St. Trinity-the-Less 
London, spinster, 20, daughter of Sir John 
Gore, of same, knight and alderman of 
London, who consents, as attested by Thomas 
Gore, esq., brother of said Sarah — at Hackney. 
24 July, 1627. B. 

Brigham, George, gent., of [destroyed], co. Herts, 
bachelor, aged -4-, father dead, and Winifred 
Markham, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, widow 
of Robert Markham, gent., deceased — at 
St. Giles-in-the-Fields. 15 July, 1624. B. 

Brigham, John, and Anne Aylesburie, of the city 
of Westminster, spinster. 21 April, 1637. D. 

Brigh.am, Philip, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
bachelor, 22, and Mary Chester, of Christ- 
church, London, spinster, 22, her mother's 
consent, her father dead — at Christchurch. 
6 Jan. I68f . B. 

Brigliouse, Benjamin (subs. Brighowsse), gent., 
of St. Clement Danes, bachelor, 48, and 
Anne Cowles, of same, 40, widow of Richard 
Cole (sic), of same, deceased — at same, or 
St. Gregory. 24 Aug. 1636. B. 

Brighouse, Michael, of the Middle Temple, gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Elizabeth Palmer, of 
the city of Westminster, widow, about 24— at 
Chelsea, Middlesex, St. Margaret, West- 
minster, or Westminster Abbey. 15 Aug. 
1670. F. 

Brighouse, William, of Clifford's Inn, gent., 
bachelor, 30, and Jane Medcalfe, of St. Bride, 
London, spinster, 26, at her own disposal — at 
St. Bride aforesaid, or St. Andrew, Holbom. 
11 Feb. 166f F. 

Bright, Andrew, of the city of Westminster, and 
Anno Jackson, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, widow of Stephen Jackson, late 
of same — at St. Mary-le-Strand alias Savov, 
Middlesex. 22 Nov. 1625. B. 

Bright, Francis (Bryght), and Barbara Core, of 
London. 10 Feb. 154|. F. 

Bright, Henry, gent., and Mary Bradley, spinster, 
(laughter of — Bradley, late of Wolverhamp- 
ton, CO. Stafford, mercer, deceased — at St. 
Botolph, Aldgate, Londcm. 6 Oct. 1612. B. 

Bright, Jeffery, gent., of St. Andrew, Holbom, 
London, widower, 40, and Dorothy Yates, of 
Bame, spinster, 34, her parents dead — at same. 
15 Dec. 1623. B. 



Bright, John, of St. Magnus, London, cloth- 
worker, and Marjory Phillipps, widow, of 
St. Mary, Abchurch — at Stepney. 26 Aug. 
1580. B. 

Bright, John (Brighte), yeoman, of Bui van, co- 
Essex, and Johanna Reve, spinster, of same, 
daughter of Thomas Reve, late of Blackamore, 
said county, carpenter, deceased, gen. lie, 2 
May, 1588. B. 

Bright, John [of the City of London, gent., in 
Vic. -General's book], practitioner in physic, 
widower, 30, and Susan RatclifEe, spinster, 23, 
father dead — at St. Andrew-in-the-Wardrobe. 
6 May, 1624. B. 

Bright, Sir John, bart., of St. Andrew, Holbom, 
widower, 50, and Frances Vane, of Hamp- 
stead, Middlesex, widow, 23 — at Hampstead 
aforesaid, alleged by John Bright, of Gray's 
Inn, esq. 11 July, 1682. B. 

Bright, Lionel, tailor, of St. Clement Danes, and 
Anne Chamberlyn, spinster, of St. Sepulchre, 
daughter of William Chamberlj-n, late of 
town and county of Northampton, yeoman, 
deceased, gen. lie, 3 March, 158|. B. 

Bright, Nicholas (Brighte), of RatclifEe, Middlesex, 
and Margery Weekes, spinster, of St. Andrew, 
Holbovn, daughter of Henry Weekes, late of 
Tcdberye, co. Gloucester, yeoman, gen. lie, 
3 Dec. 1586. B. 

Bright, Thomas (Brighte), of St. Michael-ad- 
Bladum, stationer, and Anne Taylor, spinster, 
of St. Bartholomew, Exchange, daughter of 
John Taylor, of Fallington, co. Salop, yeoman 
— at St. Bartholomew aforesaid. 11 Feb. 158f . 
B. 

Bright, Thomas, of Finchamstead, Berks, clerk, 
bachelor, about 55, and Catherine Stavely, of 
Yately, co. Southampton, spinster, about 28, 
and at own disposal — at St. Mary, Savoy, Mid- 
dlesex. 29 April, 1671. V. 

Bright, William, of Orsett, co. Essex, yeoman, 
and Elizabeth Cuttle, of same, widow of John 
Ciittle, weaver — at Orsett aforesaid. 10 Jan. 
161f. B. 

Bright, William, of St. Andrew, Holbom, doctor 
in physic, bachelor, about 36, and Mrs. Jane 
Adey, of same, spinster, about 24, consent of 
mother, Mrs. Jane Adey, widow — in parish 
church or chapel of Lincoln's Inn. 25 June, 
1673. y. 

Brighte-wyn, William, yeoman, of the' City of 
London, and Johanna Touruor, widow, of 
St. Leonard, Shoreditch, relict of Richard 
Tournor, late of same, baker — at St. Leonard, 
Shoreditch. 23 Dec. 1586. B. 

Brightman, William, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
gent., and Elizabeth Irbye, of same, widow — 
to marry there. 30 Dec. 1561. B. 

Brigstock, George (Brigstocke), jun., of Worth, 
CO. Sussex, gent., bachelor, about 30, and 
Margaret Seares, of Highfield, said county, 
spinster, about 22, consent of father, Richard 
Seares, of same, yeoman — at Crawley afore- 
said (sic), or .... 14 Dec. 1663. V. 

Brigstock, George (Brigstocke), jun., of Worth, 
CO Sussex, gent., widower, 40, and Katherine 
Culpeper, of Hoadley, said county, widow — at 
Hoadley aforesaid. 4 Nov. 1682. F. 

Brigstock, John, and Frances Sutton, of West- 
iniuster. 25 Oct. 1631. D. 

Brigstock, Thomas, of Croydon, Surrey, bachelor, 
about 30, and Mary Adams, of same, spinster, 
about 25, at own disposal — at Beddington, 
Surrey. 30 Dec. 1673. V. 



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186 



Brinckhurste, Hugh, of St, Peter, Cornhill, 
merchant taylor, and Alice Beste, of the City 
of London, spinster, daughter of — Beste, 
late of St. Christopher-le-Stocks, London, 
haberdasher, gen. lie, 5 Feb. 158f. B. 

Bringborn, Robert, citizen and clothworker, and 
Elizabeth Hill, widow, of said city, gen. lie, 
2 Nov. 1571. B. 

Brinley, Isaac, of St. Austin, London, bachelor, 
30, and Mary Barrington, spinster, 19, 
daughter of Thomas Barrington, of Steeple 
Bunsted, co. Essex, esq., who consents — at 
Braiutree or Sturmer, co. Essex. 28 Sept. 
1682. F. 

Brinton, William, of Westminster, taylor, and 
Johanna Griffith, of same, widow — - at St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 20 June, 1620. D. 

Brisco, Edward, of Aldenham, Herts, gent., 
bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. Theophania 
Conisby, of same, spinster, about 25, and at 
own disposal— at St. Mary Savoy. 11 Dec. 
1669. V. 

Briscoe, George, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
aged 27, and Mrs. Joanna Rycott, of St. Martin. 
in-the-Fields, spinster, aged 22, consent of 
mother, Mrs. Grace Eycott, of same, widow — 
at St. Sepulchre, or St. Mary Magdalene, Old 
Fish Street, London. 24 Sept. 1673. V. 

Briscoe, John, gent., of Chipping Barnet, Herts, 
widower, 40, and Anne Toler, of same, spinster, 
35, daughter of Thomas Toler, gent., deceased 
— at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, Loudon. 3 Sept. 
1622. B. 

Briscoe, John, of St. Antholin, London, citizen 
and Salter, bachelor, about 26, and Elizabeth 
Carre, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, widow, about 
25, alleged by John Dodson, of St. Gregory, 
London, gent. — at St. Catherine Coleman, 
London. 19 Dec. 1676. V. 

Briscoe, Philip (Briskowe), yeoman, and Johanna 
Pettitt, spinster, of Barnet, Herts, gen. lie, 4 
Feb. 15i§. B. 

Briscoe, Philip, gent., of Ridge, Herts, widower, 
28, and Elizabeth Walcott, spinster, 22, father 
dead, consent of mother, Dorothy Hide alias 
Walcott, wife of Francis Hide, of Dunstable 
Houghton, CO. Beds — at Ridge aforesaid, or at 
St. Bride or St. Andrew, Holborn, London. 
13 Nov. 1632. B. 

Briscoe, Ralph (Brisco), (sic subs.) of Christ 
Church, London, gent., bachelor, about 26, 
and Mrs. Anne Royse, of same, widow, about 
30— at St. James, Clerkenwell. 31 Oct. 1670. 
V. 

Briscoe, Robert, gent., of St. Mary, Savoy, 
bachelor, 30, and Elizabeth Trethwell, of 
same, widow, 34, relict of Thomas Trethwell, 
deceased, at St. Ann, Blackfriars, or St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf. 14 Nov. 1638. B. 

Briscoe, Robert, of Wenuington, Essex, gent., 
bachelor, 46, and Dorothy Slauey, of Raiuham, 
said county, widow, 30 — at St. Mary Magdalen, 
Old Fish Street, Loudon. 22 March, 164f . F. 

Briscoe, Samuel, of Barton-on-the-Heath, co. 
Warwick, clerk, bachelor, about 38, and Judith 
Harmer, of Twickenham, Middlesex, spinster, 
about 32, and at own disposal — at Twickenham 
or Thistleworth, Middlesex. 19 Feb. 1661. V. 

Briscoe, Thomas (Brisco), yeoman, and Agnes 
Huddle, widow, of City of Loudon, relict of 
William Huddle, late of Aldenham, Herts, 
yeoman, gen. lie, 17 June, 1586. B. 

Briscoe, Thomas, gent., of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, bachelor, 25 or 26, and Mary Dod, of 
Edmonton, Middlesex, spinster, 24, her father 
dead— at St. Alpbage. 31 Jan. 163|. B. 



Briscoe, William, of St. Peter-the-Poor, London, 
bachelor, about 24, and Margai-et Weblin, of 
St. Giles, Cripplegate, spinster, about 23, and 
at own disposal — at St. Giles, Cripplegate. 
2 April, 1670. V. 

Briscoe, William (Briscoo), of St.Mildred-in-the- 
Ponltry, and Johanna Hawker, spinster, of 
St. Christopher-le-Stocks, London, gen. lie, 
11 July, 1572. B. 

Brise, Shadrach, of Kingston-on-Thames, co. 
Surrey, gent., bachelor, about 25, and Eliza- 
beth Pakemau, of Harrow-on-the-Hill, co. 
Middlesex, spinster, aged 17, consent of father, 
Thomas Pakeman, clerk — at Busliie, co. Herts. 
22 Sept. 1663. V. 

Brisley, Buttulph, of St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, 
London, draper, and Mary Wood, of St. 
Botolph, Bishopsgate, widow of — Wood, late 
of St. Bride, London, bricklayer — at St. Mary 
Magdalen, Milk Street, Loudon. 28 Sept. 1608. 
B. 

Brisley, Edward, of City of Loudon, and Grace 
Karleton, of Gornish, co. Essex, " puella," gen. 
lie, 28 Jan. 156|. B. 

Bristall, Robert, of Milton, near Gravesend, co. 
Kent, gent., and Elizabeth Greene, of Wapping, 
Middlesex, spinster, about 21, her mother's 
consent — at Wapping, or Milton aforesaid. 
25 May, 1669. V. 

Bristow, Calvert, of Worth, co, Sussex, gent., 
alleges the marriage of Calvert Bristow, of 
same, bachelor, 24, and Sarah Allen, of 
Bnrstow, co. Surrey, spinster, 25, at her own 
disposal — at St. George, Southwark, co. 
Surrey, or ... . 18 July, 1691. F. 

Bristow, Joseph, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, bricklayer, and Sarah Stebbens, of 
St. Bride, London, widow of — Stebbens, 
warriner — at St. Mary-le-Strand, co. Middle- 
sex. 27 May, 1620. B. 

Bristowe, John, of Fulham, Middlesex, husband- 
man, and Anne Turvin, daughter of Richard 
Turvin, of same, husbandman — at Fulham 
aforesaid. 7 Sept. 1625. B. 

Bristowe, Richard, of All Hallows, Bread Street, 
London, grocer, bachelor, 32, and Elizabeth 
De Butt, of Hackney, Middlesex, spinster, 20, 
daughter of James De Butt, of same, gent., 
who consents — at St. Bartholomew- the- Great, 
or Less, London. 30 April, 1662. F. 

Bristowe, Robert, and Alice Charte, spinster, of 
City of London, gen. lie, 15 April, 1573. B. 

Brittain, John, of St. Magnus, London, bachelor, 
33, and Mrs. Ann Adams, of . . . ., spinster, 
18, at own disposal — at St. Bride. 7 June, 
1G94. B. 

Brittaine, Richard, gent., and Katherine Geste, 
spinster, of Walihamstow — to marry there. 
4 May, 1572. B. 

Britten, Christopher, of Loughton, co. Essex, 
brickmaker, and Elizabeth Crabbe, widow of 
Thomas Crabbe, late of same, labourer — at St. 
Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex. 29 Dec. 1619. 
B. 

Britten, John, yeoman, and Alice Hutchin, of 
Lowton, CO. Essex, spinster, daughter of 
Richard Hutchin, late of Ward, co. Herts, 
yeoman, deceased — at Lowton aforesaid. 
24 Dec. 1597. B. 

Britten, John(Britton),of St. Peter, Cheap, joy ner, 
widower, 35, and Mrs. Elizabeth Marsh, of 
Hackney, sijinster, 29, parents dead — at 
Newington, Middlesex. 10 July, 1694. B. 

Britteridge, William, and Elizabeth Sherman, of 
the city of Westminster, widow. 12 March, 
16Bh D. 



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Bi'lttridge, William, of Sutton, co. Essex, baclielor, 
abuiit 23, and Elizabeth Moore, spinster, about 
20, daughter of Frances Moore, of Lee, co. 
Essex, -widow, who consents — at Stepney or 
Poplar clia])el, co. Middlesex. 20 May, 1674. F. 
Bi'oad, Samuel, of Lyme Street, London, mer- 
chant, bachelor, about 27, and Mrs. Anno 
Proctor, of Shepperton, Middlesex, spinster 
about 20, consent of father, Daniel Proctor, of 
same, esq. — at Chel.sea, Middlesex, alleged by 
Henry Broad, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
esq. 25 March, 1G68. V. 

Broad, John (Broade), goldsmith, and Priscilla 
Palmer, spinster, of St. Giles, Cripplegate — 
at St. Peter, West Cheap. 3 Feb. 15|g. B. 

Broad, William (Broade), of St. Faith, London, 
gent., bachelor, about 28, and Martha Paine, of 
same, spinster, about 26, her parents dead — 
at St. Botolph, Aldcrsgate. 27 Dec. 1660. V. 

Broad, William, of the city of Eochester, co. 
Kent, bachelor, 21, son of Anne Broad, of 
same, widow, and Mary Mabb, spinster, 18, 
daughter of John Mabb, of same, esq., with 
consent of their parents — at St. Peter, Paul's 
Wharf, London. 31 Aug. 1663. F. 

Broadbelt, Lawrence, gent., of St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, bachelor, 20, and Mariana Lortie, of 
St. Ann, Westminster, spinster, 17, consent 
of her parents- — at St. Botolph, Aldgate ; 
Andrew Lortie, of St. Ann, Westminster, 
minister, attests the consent of Andrew Lortie, 
father of said Mariana. 19 Dec. 1699. B. 

Broadbent, Richard, of St. Stephen, Coleman 
Street, London, embroiderer, and Mary 
Tounge, spinster, daughter of John Younge, 
of Worpleston, co. Surrey, gent. — at St. 
Andrew-in-the- Wardrobe, London. 1 April, 
1624. B. 

Broadgate, Maurice, of St. Mary-at-Hill, London, 
bachelor, and Elizabeth Maundy, of same, 
widow — at St. Nicholas, Cole Abbey, London. 
25 Oct. 1661. B. 

Broadhurst, George, gent., of St. Mary Somerset, 
London, bachelor, 24, and Helen Murre, of 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, widow, 28— at St. 
Botolph, Bishopsgate. 29 Aug. 1640. B. 

Broadhurst, Nicholas, of St. Olave, Southwark, 
haberdasher, and Joane Grigson, spinster, 
daughter of William Grigson, of same, brewer 
— at St. Sepulchre, London. 1 July, 1625. B. 

Broadnax, Robert, junior, of Godmersham, about 
30, and Elizabeth Richards, of Goodneston, 
CO. Kent, spinster, 24, alleged by Gabriel 
Richards, of Goodneston, gent. — at Challocke, 
Goodneston, or Preston, said county. 20 Feb. 
161§. F. 

Broadnax, Robert (Brodnax), of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, London, bachelor, 24, and Sarah 
Tulley, spinster, 20, daughter of Rchard 
Tulley, of same, esq., who consents — at St. 
Andrew, aforesaid, or Knightsbridge chapel, 
Middlesex. 12 Nov. 1687. F. 

Brock, Robert, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
millner, widower, about 60, and Anne Daw- 
ling, of same, widow, about 50 — at St. Martin 
aforesaid, or Knightsbridge, or Maryleboue, 
IVIiddlesex. 24 Sept. 1666. V. 

Brock, Tobias (Brocke), and Ellenor Spooner, of 
the city of Westminster, widow. 19 Aug. 
1639. D. 

Brockall, William, gent., and Mary Browne, of 
St. Sepulchre, London, widow of Thomas 
Browne, late of same, baker — at same. 8 Oct. 
1604. B. 

Brockbank, Henry (Brockbancke), of Enfield, 
Middlesex, yeoman, and Margary Butt, widow, 
of Edmonton, said county, gen. lie, 28 Dec. 
1581. B. 



Brockbank, Robert (Brockbanke) of Bromley 
St. Leonards, butcher, and Mary Brasiei', 
widow of Thomas Brasier, late of Tuubridge, 
CO. Kent — at Stepney, co. Middlesex, or St. 
Magnus, London. 24 April, 1626. B. 

Brockbank, Matthew, of Stepney, co. Middlesex, 
merchant taylor, and Joane Gardner, of 
Whitechapel, Middlesex, widow of Robert 
Gardner, mariner — at St. George, Botolph 
Lane, London. 19 Dec. 1620. B. 

Brockett, John, of Sabridgworth, co. Herts, and 
Margery Slewright, widow, of South Myms, 
Middlesex — at St. Sepulchre. 19 May, 1576. 
B. 

Brockett, Nicholas, of Sapsford, Essex, and 
Johanna Wiseman, spinster, of Great Canfield, 
said county — at St. Sepulchre, London. 30 
Jan. 158f. B. 

Brockett, Thomas, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, stationer, bachelor, about 23, and 
Mary Archer, of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, 
said city, aged 21 and upwards, with consent 
of her mother, her father dead — at St. 
Lawrence, Old Jewry, London. 10 Feb. 1G7§. 
V. 

Brockett, Thomas, of Eatonbridge, Kent, gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Elizabeth Seyliard, 
spinster, about 20, daughter of Thomas Sey- 
liard, of Eatonbridge aforesaid, esq., who con- 
sents — at Eatonbridge aforesaid. 10 Dec. 1632. 
F. 

Brockett, William (Brokett), of Christchurch, 
London, haberdasher, bachelor, 25, and Emme 
Covert, of same, spinster, 21, datighter of 
Anthony Covert, esq., of Chascombe (?), co. 
Surrey, who consents — at Chi'istchurch, afore- 
said. "^22 June, 1627. B. 

Brockett, William, gent., of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, bachelor, 25, and Jane Bradley, of St. 
Peter, in Tower of London, spinster, 30 — 
at St. Clement Danes. 31 Dec. 1627. B. 

Broderwicke, Francis, of Langford, co. Berks, 
bachelor, 30, and Heneretta Dodwell, of 
Sandywell, co Gloucester, spinster, 26, at her 
own disposal — at Doleswell, co. Gloucester, or 
.... 8 Aug. 1695. F. 

Broderwicke, Francis, of Langford, Berks, gent., 
widower, and Sophia Fettj-place, of Cleeve, co. 
Worcester, spinster, 28, at her own disposal — 
at Cleeve, aforesaid, or ... 5 May, 1698. F. 

Broderwicke Richard (Broderwycke), gent., and 
Margaret Barrenton, "puella," of the City of 
London — to marry at St. Sepulchre, London. 
7 Nov. 1562. B. 

Broderwicke, William, of Longford, co. Berks, 
bachelor, 35, and Mary Dewy, spinster, 18, 
daughter of William Dewj', of Wareham, co. 
Dorset, gent., who consents — at St. Martin-in- 
the-Vintry, London. 6 Feb. 1664. F. 

Brogdon, Dennis (Brodgden), of St. Margaret 
Patten, London, Salter, and Mary Bangforde, 
widow, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
relict of — Bangforde, late of same, basket- 
maker, gen. lie, 17 Feb. IS^g. B. 

Brogdon, Dennis, of St. Margaret Patten, and 
P]lizabeth Gallaud, spinster, of same, gen. lie, 
27 April, 1579. B. 

Brograve, Alexander, esq., of Braughing, Herts, 
bachelor, 38, and Anne Gardner, spinster, 26 
- — at Layston, Meesden, or Munden Parva, co. 
Herts. 10 May, 1648. B. 

Brograve, John, of Wappenham, co. Northamp- 
ton, gent., bachelor, 28, and Emma Harb_v, of 
Aldston, said co., spinster, 21, at her own dis- 
posal — at Wappenham aforesaid, or Biddies- 
den, Bucks. 21 Nov. 1662. F. 



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John Bromley 190 



Brograve, Simeon, of Braughing, Herts, esq., son 
and heir of John Brograve, esq., attorney, of 
the Duchy of Lancaster, and Dorothy Leven- 
thorpe, Spinster, of Sawbridgeworth, Essex 
(.sic), daughter of — Leveuthorpe, esq., 
deceased, gen. lie, 12 July, 1594. B. 
Brograve, Sir Thomas, bart., of Hammells, Herts, 
bachelor, about 25, and Grace Hewett, of 
Waresley, co. Huntingdon, about 23, daughter 
of Sir John Hewett, bart., deceased — at Wares- 
ley, aforesaid. 9 Feb. 166^. V. 
Brokebye, Robert, gent., and Anne Hall, widow, 

of City of London, gen. lie, 26 Jan. 157^. B. 
Brokelbye, Robert, gent., and Mabell Harvey, 
diocese of London. 21 June, 1544. F. 

Brokelsbie, Peter, of St. Andrew, Holborn, pew- 
terer, and Alice Walker, of Christchurch, Lon- 
don, widow of William Walker, late of same, 
pewterer — at St. Andrew, Holborn, aforesaid. 
24 July, 1603. B. 

Brokemiller, Arnold, cordwainer, and Margaret 
Forde, spinster, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
daughter of — Forde, late of Redboi-ne, co. 
Herts, husbandman, deceased — at St. Bartho- 
lomew-the-Great, West Smithfield. 31 July, 
1589. B. 

Broman, William, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West , 
Loudon, and Sarah Corker, of St. Botolph, 
Aldersgate, London, spinster — at St. Botolph, 
aforesaid. 5 June, IGGl. B. 

Brome. See also Broome. 

Brome, Andrew, ii'onmouger, and Ann Garnot, 
spinster, of St. Margaret, Now Fish Street 
London, sjiinster, to marry there. 9 May, 
1584. B. 

Brome, Mr. Henry, gent., of Great St. Bartho- 
lomew, London, bachelor, 37, father dead, 
and Elizabeth Denton, now of St. James, 
Clerkenwell, spinster, 28 or 30, daughter of 
William Denton, gent., deceased long 
since — at St. Mary Stayning, London. 10 
June, 1620. B. 

Brome, Hugh, yeoman, and Anne Hawarde, 
spinster, of City of London, daugher of 
Humphrey Hawarde, of Finchampsted, 
Berks, yeoman — at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf. 
1 May, 1583. B. 

Brom.e, Thomas, serjeant-at-law, and Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Mansell, daughter of Sir Walter Mansell, 
late of Middlescombe, co. Carmarthen, bart., 
deceased— at .... 14 Feb. 167^. V. 

Bromeham, Richard, of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, gent., and Martha Richardson, of 
same, spinster — at St. Margaret, West- 
minster. 15 March, 16^. D. 

Bromfield, Charles, of St. George, Southwark, 
Surrey, esq., bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. 
Mary Salter, of same, spinster, about 20, con- 
sent of father, Nicholas Salter, of London, 
merchant — at All Hallows Staining, London. 
31 Jan. 166i. V. 

Bromfield, George, of St. George, Southwark, 
gent., bachelor, about 27, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Woodward, of Stepney, Middlesex, spinster, 
about 25, and at own disposal — at Bromley, 
Middlesex. 18 July, 1672. V. 

Bromfield, Henry (Bromfeild), of Rye, Sussex, 
gent., widower, about 45, and Mrs. Amie 
Dukeson, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middle- 
sex, widow, about 30 — at St. Mary Magdalene, 
Old Fish Street, London. 11 Dec. 1672. V. 

Bromfield, Henry (Bromfeild), of Haywood, in 
parish of Bolder, co. Southampton, esq., about 
30, and Mrs. Mary Michell, of Windford Eagle, 
in parish of Toller, co. Dorset, spinster, about 
20, consent of guardian, her parents dead — at 
Windford Eagle aforesaid. 4 June, 1674. V. 



Bromfield, Jeffrey, of Little St. Bartholomew, 
London, physician, bachelor, about 27, and 
Mrs. Diana Heath, of St. Bride, spinster, 
about 17, consent of father, Thomas Heath, of 
same, gent. — at St. Andrew, Holborn, St. 
Sepulchre, or Little St. Bartholomew afore- 
said. 5 June, 1665. V. 

Bromfield, John, of the Middle Temple, esq., 
bachelor, 22, and Elleonora Child, of Isleworth, 
Middlesex, spinster, 20, daughter of Mary 
Child, of same, widow, who consents — at St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, St. Gilcs-in-the-Fields, or 
St. Paul, Covent Garden, Middlesex. 19 
July, 1682. F. 

Bromfield, Richard (Bromfeilde), and Jane 
Aorden (sic), of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
bond of said Richard and Andrew Weston, of 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 4 Feb. 156^. D. 

Bromfield, William (Bromefielde), of St. Mary, 
Whitechapel, Middlesex, locksmith, and Anne 
Marshall, of St. Mary, Abchurch, London, 
spinster, daughter of — Marshall, late of 
Haveringham, co. York, husbandman, de- 
ceased, gen. lie, 1 Dec. 1592. B. 

Bromhall, Charles (Bromall), of Great St. 
Bartholomew, West Smithfield, yeoman, and 
Frances Reade, widow, of Stratford, Bow, 
CO. Middlesex, relict of Thomas Reade, late of 
same, sailor — at Great St. Bartholomew afore- 
said. 24 Sept. 1586. B. 

Bromhall, Lewis, of St. Swithin, London, gent., 
and Anne Strachie, of Hackney, Middlesex, 
spinster, daughter of — Strachie, late of co. 
Essex, yeoman, deceased — at St. Swithiu 
aforesaid. 20 May, 1605. B. 

Bromhall, Robert, gent., of Great St. 
Bartholomew, widower, 55, and Mai'garet 
Thorpe, of same, 40, widow of John Thorpe, 
gent., deceased — at St. Giles, Cripplegate, or 
St. Sepulchre. 2G May, 1636. B. 

Bromhead, Christopher (Bromehedde), and 
Agnes Crosse, of Ware — to marry there. 24 
Jan. 155f. B. 

Bromley, Alban, of St. Michael Basishaw, 
London, and Ellen Musgrave, of London, 
widow of Cuthbert Musgrave, late of Green- 
wich, CO. Kent, barber-surgeon, gen. lie, 6 
Sep. 1596. B. 

Bromley, Clobery, esq., of St. James, West- 
minster, bachelor, 22, and Mrs. Dorothy 
Bromley, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster, 
16, her parents dead, consent of her guardian, 
Charles Longueville, esq., of the Inner Temple 
— at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, St. Ann, West- 
minster, or St. Paul, Covent Garden. From an 
accompanying document in Latin it appears 
she was daughter of William Bromley, of Holt 
Castle, CO. Worcester, who died at Horseheath 
Hall, CO. Cambridge, by Margaret his wife, 
his will dated 27 May, 1703. 22 March, 170^. 
B. 

Bromley, Edward, of Much Hadham, Herts, 
gent., bachelor, 25, and Jane Paradise, of St. 
Bride, Loudon, spinster, 24, at her own dis- 
posal — at St. Marylebone, St. Mary, White- 
chapel, or Knightsbridge Chapel, Middlesex. 
12 Feb. 168f. F. 
Bromley, George, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
yeoman, and Alice Browne, of same, widow — 
at same. 25 Aug. 1606. D. 
Bromley, George, of the Middle Temple, esq., 
bachelor, 22, and Elizabeth Barton, spinster, 
19, daughter of Isaac Barton, of All Hallows 
Barking, Loudon, merchant, who consents — at 
St. Foster, London. 2 Sep. 1674. F. 
Bromley, John, cook, and Joane Pierson, of the 
city of Westminster, sjDinster — at St. Peter, 
Paul's Wharf, London. 29 June, 1620. B. 



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Bromley, John, gent., of Staines, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 23, and Amy Brockett, of same, 
spinster, 20, her father's consent — at same. 
24 Aug. ]fi27. H. 

Bromley, Lewis (15romly), gent., of St. Gregory, 
tiacliclor, 25, and Thomasiue Uolmett, of Sf 
Mary, Islington, spinster, 22, her parents 
dead — at St. Mary, Islington, or St. Dunstan- 
in-the-West. 17 Oct. 1G31. B. 

Bromley, Richard (Bromlye), Salter, and Mary 
Duukyn, of Christchurcli, London, spinster, 
daughter of Christopher Dunkyn, of same, 
tallow-chandler — at Christchurch aforesaid. 

11 Ang. 1698. B. 

Bromley, Robert, of St. Faith, and Mary Kettell, 
widow, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate — at St. 
Botolph aforesaid. 17 Feb. 157^. B. 

Bromley, Thomas (Bromelye), of St. Bcnet, 
Gracechnrch, London, ironmonger, and 
Margery Tillman, spinster, of St. Lawrence, 
Old Jewry, daughter of — • Tillman, late of 
Faversham, Kent, gent., deceased, gen. lie, 
13 Dec. 1591. B. 

Brom.ley, Thomas, of New Inn, Middlesex, gent., 
and Susan Bond, of St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, 
liondon, spinster, daughter of John Bond, of 
same, founder, gen. lie, 18 Dec. 1592. B. 

Brom.ley, William, of Bagginton, co. Warwick, 
esq., widower, 33, and the Hon. Elizabeth 
Stawell, of St. James, Westminster, spinster, 
about 22 — at St. James aforesaid, or ... . 

12 Jan. 169|. F. 

Brom.sall, Thomas, of St. Mary Magdalen, Ber- 
mondsey, co. Surrey, tallow chandler, bachelor, 
28, and Elizabeth Barksdale, of same, spinster, 
about 25 — at St. Mary Magdalen aforesaid. 9 
Feb. 170|. F. 

Brooke, Abraham, of St. Trinity, Minories, 
chirugeon, bachelor, 20, son of Thomas 
Brooke, late of Darford, co. Kent, merchant, 
deceased, consent of his mother, Alice Brooke, 
alias Gouldsmith, of same, and Anne Skinner, 
of the Minories aforesaid, spinster, 18, 
daughter of Ralph Skinner, late of same, 
gent., deceased, consent of her mother, Hellen 
Skinner, of same, widow — at St. Mary, 
Islington. 1 June, 1631. B. 

Brooke, Andrew, and Joanna Bennett, of city of 
Westminster, spinster. 15 Feb. 16-|-2. D. 

Brooke, Edward (Broke), and Ann Harrys, of St. 
Mary Magdalen, Milk Street, to marry there. 
22 Jan. 154^ B. 

Brooke, Edward, of Clement's Inn, gent., and 
Alice Archbold, of St. Clement Danes, 
spinster, gen. lie, 30 Nov. 1567. B. 

Brooke, Edward, of St. Sepulchre, London, tallow 
chandler, and Katherine Latham, of same, 
widow, merchant — at St. Mary Magdalen, 
Milk Street, London. 29 Jan. 16\%. B. 

Brooke, the Right Hon. Francis, Lord Baron 
Brooke, bachelor, 21, and upwards, and Hon. 
Elizabeth Hamilton, of St. James, Westmin- 
ster, 21 and upwards, daughter of Lord 
Archibald Hamilton, special licence. 13 May, 
1742. F. 

Brooke, Hugh (Broke), gent., and Barbara 
Chydley, of London. 10 Oct. 1548. F. 

Brooke, Humphry, of St. James, Duke's Place, 
London, Dr. in physic, widower, about 48, and 
Elizabeth Denton, of St. Catherine Cree 
Church, London, spinster, about 22, and at 
own disposal — at St. Mary, Savoy, Middlesex. 
27 Sept. 1667. V. 

Brooke, John (Broke), and Elizabeth Seraarke, 
of St. John the Evangelist, London. 16 Sept. 
1545. F. 



Brooke, John, and Margery Jasper, widow, of 
Writtle, CO. Essex, gen. lie, 5 Feb. 15G|. B. 

Brooke, John, of City of London, gardener, and 
iMary I'eanam, of same, spinster, daughter of 
— Beanam, of same, deceased — at St. Mary-at- 
HiU. 11 Dee 1588. B. 

Brooke, John, of Stondon, co. Herts, yeoman, and 
Ellen Godfrey, of same, widow of Nicholas 
Godfrey, late of same, tailor — at St. Mary 
Steyning, London. 14 Nov. 1602. B. 

Brooke, John, of St. Sepulchre, London, widower, 
and Elizabeth Haywood, of Westminster, 
spinster — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 27 
Jan. lG2f. D. 

Brooke, John, gent., of City of London, bachelor, 
20, son of Matthew Brooke, esq., of Ports- 
mouth, CO. Southampton, who consents, and 
Elizabeth Smith, of St. Stephen, Coleman 
Street, spinster, about same age, her parents 
dead — at St. Mary, Somerset. 7 Oct. 1028. B. 

Brooke, Ralph, of Little Parudon, and Elizabeth 
Lynseye, of Staudou, widow, to marry at 
Standon. 9 Nov. 1546. B. 

Brooke, Ralph, and Mary GrifEyn, of St. Olave, 
Silver Street, London, to mari-y there. 27 Feb. 
155a. B. 

Brooke, Richard (Broke), and Christian Carew. 
— June, 1548. F. 

Brooke, Richard, and Auue Cobdeu, widow, of 
South Wylde, co. Essex — at St. Magnus, 
London Bridge. 22 Sept. 1576. B. 

Brooke, Richard, and Ellen Rogers, spinster, of 
AV'are, co. Herts — at St. Botolph, Aldgate. 12 
Aug. 1579. B. 

Brooke, Richard, of St. Mary Woolnoth, gold- 
smith, and Elizabeth Longworth, spinster, of 
Westham, Essex, gen. lie, 28 April, 1581. B. 

Brooke, Richard, gent., of Berkhampstead, Herts, 
bachelor, 33, and Margaret Carey, now of St. 
Andrew, Holboru, spinster, 20, daughter of 
Edward Carey, of Westwicke, in ye county of 
[Lancaster], who consents — at St. Peter, 
Paul's Wharf. 10 Dec. 1642. B. 

Brooke, Robert, of Bobyngworth, and Catherine 
Barley, of St. Stephen, Walbrook, London — 
at Bobingworth aforesaid. 19 Jan. 155f . B. 

Brooke, Robert, of St. Thomas Apostle, London, 
merchant taylor, and Sarah Earlinge, widow, 
of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, relict of Richard 
Earlinge, of same, gen. lie, 29 Jan. 158|. B. 

Brooke, Robert, yeoman, and Mary George, widow, 
of Bradwell-juxta-Mare, co. Essex, relict of 
John George, late of West Mersey, said county, 
yeoman — at Bradwell aforesaid. 9 Nov. 1586. 
B. 

Brooke, Robert, clerk, S.T.B., vicar of St. Olave, 
Old Jewry, London, and Susan Parpoynte, of 
St. Mary Woolchurch, said city, spinster, 
daughter of Robert Parpoynte, late of 
St. Christopher-le-Stocks, London, grocer, 
deceased, gen. lie, 29 Nov. 1597. B. 

Brooke, Robert, of St. Martin Orgar, London, 
haberdasher, and Anne Coxe, of same, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Coxe, deceased — at St. 
Mary Woolchurch, London. 20 July, 1614. B. 

Brooke, Robert, clerk, widower, 32, and Mary 
Maynwaring, of St. Giles - in - the - Fields, 
spinster, 18, consent of the Right Worshipful 
Roger Maynwaring, D.D., parson of said 
parish — at St. Giles-in-the-Fields. 9 May, 
1635. B. 

Brooke, Simon, and Susanna Andrewe, of St. 
Stephen, Coleman Street, to marry there. 5 
Dec. 1561. B. 

Brooke, Thomas, of Barnard's Inn, gent., and 
Matthew {sic) Farmer, widow, of St. Michael, 
Cornhill, gen. lie, 22 Aug. 1576. B. 



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Brooke, Thomas, servant to Robert Swift, esq., 
and Johanna Kendall, of St. Martin-le-Grando, 
widow. 13 Jan. 158f . D. 

Brooke, Thomas, of St. James, Clerkenwell, 
Middlesex, vintner, and Margaret Longo, 
spinster, daughter of — Longe, deceased — 
at Epping-, co. Essex. 12 July, 1G16. B. 

Brooke, Thomas, of St. Thomas Apostle, London, 
tailor, and Ellen Taylor, of St. Augustine, 
London, spinster — at St. Nicholas, Cole Abbey, 
London. 25 Nov. 1622. B. 

Brooke, Thomas, of Borne, co. Kent, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Aleby Hope, spinster, 
21, daughter of one Hope, of Dover, Kent, 
who consents — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, 
London. 21 Nov. 1632. F. 

Brooke, Thomas, esq., of Oakelcy, Northampton, 
20, and Margaret Walter, spinster, 16, 
daughter of the Lady Walter, of St. James, 
Clerkenwell, who consents — at St. James, 
Clerkenwell. 29 Jan. 163f . B. 

Brooke, William (Broke), and Katherine 
Emerye, of the City of London, gen. lie, 19 
July, 1571. B. 

Brooke, William, pewterer, and "Tanekiam" 
Breakepott, spinster, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
daughter of John Breakepott, of the city of 
Antwerp, merchant, deceased — at St. Gabriel, 
Fenchurch. 9 Dec. 1583. B. 

Brooke, William, of the City of London, haber- 
dasher, and Elizabeth Williamson, spinster, of 
same, daughter of Robert Williamson, late of 
the city of New Sarum, innholder, deceased, 
gen. lie, 26 Aug. 1589. B. 

Brooke, William, of Stepney, Middlesex, mariner, 
widower, and Judith Nicholls, of Hendon, 
said county, spinster, daughter of Richard 
Nicholls, of same, yeoman — at Hendon afore- 
said. 3 June, 1609. B. 

Brooke, William, of St. Andrew, Holborn, London, 
innholder, and Joaue Ridge, spinster, daughter 
of George Ridge, deceased — at St. Bennet 
Sherehog, London. 21 June, 1622. B. 

Brooke, William, of St. Alphage, London, clerk, 
M.A.,and Margaret Bosome, of same, spinster 
— at same. 14 June, 1624. B. 

Brooke, William, gent., of St. Clement Danes, 
bachelor, 22, and Elizabeth White, of St. 
Andrew Undershaft, spinster, 22, consent of 
her mother, her father dead — at St. Giles or 
St. Martin-iu-the-Fields. 19 Sept. 1643. B. 

Brooke, William, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
about 30, and Mrs. Mary Ballett, of Harlow, 
CO. Essex, widow, about 24 — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn. 3 Aug. 1671. V. 

Brooker, Henry, of St. Saviour, Southwark, 
bachelor, citizen and leatherseller, of London, 
and Jane Cotes, of precinct of St. Martin-le- 
Grand, spinster — at St. Leonard, in said 
precinct. 24 Nov. 1623. D. 

Brooker, Henry, of Foot's Cray, co. Kent, 
bachelor, 30, and Hannah Tanner, of St. 
Margaret, Westminster, spinster, 21 and 
upwards, at her own disposal — at St. Margaret 
aforesaid. 1 Feb. 170|. F. 

Brooker, Henry, of Chingford, Essex, bachelor, 
30, and upwards, and Sarah Brooker, of St. 
Mary Axe, London, spinster, 21, and upwards. 
13 July, 1730. F. 

Brooker, John, of St. Catherine-by-the-Towerof 
London, tallow-chandler, and Anne Godfrey, 
of Stondon, co. Herts, spinster, at St. Sepulchre, 
London. 15 Jan. 162f. B. 

Brooker, Thomas, of Pettworth, Sussex, gent., 
bachelor, about 41, and Francis Gibbs, of 
same, widow, about 35, at Pnlborough, Sussex. 
16 June, 1666. V. 

London Marriage Licences. 



Brookes, James, of Hayse, Middlesex, widower, 
about 53, and Mary Tomkin .... of Edmon- 
ton, said county, widow, about 51 — at St. 
Gregory, Loudon. 4 Nov. 1662. V. 

Brookes, James, of Hayes, Middlesex, gent., 
widower, about 50, and Katherine Carter, 
of Hillingdon, said county, spinster, about 
30, and at own disposal — at Hayes or Hilling- 
don aforesaid. 27 Oct. 1668. V. 

Brookes, John, of the city of Oxford, gent., 
bachelor, 24, and Elizabeth Saunders, of same, 
spinster, 19, her parents dead, with consent 
of her uncle, Thomas Tuder, of same — at St. 
Dunstan-in-the-West, or St. Mary Magdalen, 
Old Fish Street, London. 29 April, 1680. F. 

Brookes, Leonard, of Westminster, gent., and 
Anne Head, of same, spinster — at St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 7 Jan. 16]^. D. 

Brookes, Richard, gent., of Frinsley, co. Hants, 
bachelor, 40, and Elizabeth Bannister, of 
St. Clement Danes, spinster, 32 — at Branford, 
Middlesex. 8 July, 1641. B. 

Brookes, Richard, gent., of Cyar (?), co. Suffolk, 
bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth Tailer, spinster, 
26 — at Bramford, Acton, or Hammersmith, 
Middlesex. 13 Sept. 1643. B. 

Brookes, Roger, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
gent., bachelor, about 24, and Elizabeth 
Gi-ube, of St. Margaret, Westminster, widow, 
about 28 — at St. Giles, Crii^plegate. 5 Dec. 
1667. D. 

Brookes, Thomas, of St. Ethelburgh, London, 
clothworker, and Susan Hyll, of Great Ilford, 
CO. Essex, spinster, daughter of Ralph Hyll, 
late of same, yeoman, deceased, gen. lie, 
23 July, 1597. B. 

Brookes, Thomas, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
AVeekes, of St. Peter, Cornhill, spinster, about 
17, her father's consent — at St. Ethelburgh, 
or St. Hellen, London. 7 Nov. 1673. V. 

Brookes, William, gent., of St. Stephen, Coleman 
Street, bachelor, 29, and Judith Foxe, of St. 
Bride, spinster, 23, her parents dead — at St. 
Faith. 23 April, 1634. B. 

Brookesliank, John (Brookebank), of St. Michael, 
Cornhill, and Sibill Kempe, widow, of St. 
Botolph, Aldgate — at St. Botolph aforesaid. 
19 Oct. 1574. B. 

Brookesbauk, Nicholas (Broksbanck), of St. 
Clement, Eastcheap, and Agnes Farrar, of St. 
Olave, Hart Street. 10 Aug. 1577. B. 

Brookesbye, Matthew, gent., bachelor, 24, son of 
Ralph Brookesby, of Much Ashby, co. 
Leicester, gent., who consents, and Mary 
Towneley, spinster, 18, daughter of John 
Towneley, esq., late of Camberwell, Surrey, 
deceased about two months since, consent of 
Mary Towneley, widow, her mother — at 
Hackney, Middlesex. 21 Nov. 1616. B. 

Broome. See also Brome. 

Broome, Gabriel, and Ellen Nicholls, of city of 
Westminster, widow. 13 Jan. 1641. D. 

Broom.e, George, gent., of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West, widower, 28, and Elizabeth Horspoole, 
of St. Bennett, FauVs Wharf, spinster, 19, 
daughter of William Horspoole, of same, gent., 
who consents — at St. Bennett aforesaid. 
11 Sept. 1632. B. 

Broom.e, John, of Hackney, Middlesex, gent., 
bachelor, about 23, and Sarah Freind, of same, 
spinster, about 21, consent of mother, Sarah 
Freind — at Hackney aforesaid. 16 Nov. 1663. V. 

Broome, Lawrence, of New Inn, London, bachelor, 
about 31, and Elizabeth Wood, of St. Clement 
Danes, 21 and ujjwards, her mother's consent 
—at St. Giles-in-the-Fields, or St. Sepulchre, 
London. 2 Dec. 1671. V. 

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Broome, Simon, of St. Sepulchre, London, grocer, 
and Isabcll Copley, of St. Mary Woolnoth, 
London, spinster, daughter of Edward Coploy, 
late of Wakefield, co. York, gent., deceased — 
at St. Mary Woolnoth aforesaid. 9 March, 
160^. B. 

Broomeley, William, and Margery Cannan, of St. 
Peter, Cornhill, to marry there. 22 Feb. 156|. 
B. 

Brothers, Giles, merchant taylor, and Elizabeth 
Battman, spinster, of Loudon, daughter of 
Sylvester Battman, late of Staveton, co. 
Northampton, husbandman, deceased, gen. 
lie, 28 Oct. 1591. B. 

Brothers, John, of Urury Lane, Middlesex, 
yeoman, bachelor, and Alice Harris, of same, 
spinster, daughter of John Harris, late of 
Eamsey, co Huntingdon, yeoman, deceased — 
at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 27 Oct. 
1621. B. 

Brotherton, Humphrey. Sec Browtiiton. 

Brotherton, John, of St. Michael Bassishaw, and 
Dorothy Mattocke, spinster, of St. Lawrence, 
Jewry — at St. Lawrence aforesaid. 2 May, 
1576. B. 

Brotherton, John, yeoman, and Julian Speekman, 
spinster, of St. James, Clerkeuwell, to marry 
there. 4 Dec. 1582. B. 

Brotherton, Michael, of Westminster, bachelor, 
and Joanna Price, of same, sjiiinster — at St. 
Leonard in St. Martin-le-Grand. 21 Ajiril, 
1623. D. 

Brotherton, William, gent., and Judith Burton, 
spinster, of Fulham, Middlesex, daughter of 
Henry Burton, of same, yeoman — at same. 
13 Nov. 1583. B . 

Broug'hton, Christopher, gent., of St. Mildred, 
Bread St. London, widower, 48, and Elizabeth 
Salisbury, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, 
spinster, 22, daughter of Owen Salisbury, gent., 
deceased, consent of her mother, Mary 
Harbert, alias Salisbury, of same, widow — at 
St. Olave, Old Jury, London. 4 March, 162^. 
B. 

Broug'hton, Christopher, of the Middle Temple, 
London, gent., bachelor, 26, and Martha 
Temple, of Stowe, co. Bucks, spinster, 22, 
her parents dead, with consent of her brother. 
Sir Richard Temple, of Stowe aforesaid, 
Knight of the Bath — at St. Clement Danes, 
Middlesex. 26 Nov. 1666. F. 

Broughton, Edward (Braughton), of Finch Lane, 
London, merchant taylor, and Elizabeth Band, 
si^inster, daughter of William Band, of St. 
Michael, Holborn, London, cutler — at St. 
Andrew, Huggin Lane, London. 18 Dec. 
1623. B, 

Broughton, Edward, of Kington, co. Hereford, 
gent,, bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Bail}^, of Wilshamstead, alias Wilsted, co. Beds, 
spinster, about 24, her parents dead — at St. 
Andrew, Holborn, St. Sepulchre, or St. 
Bartholomew-the-Great or Less, London. 
28 April, 1675. V. 

Broughton, John, gent., of St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, widower, 50, and Eose Rogers, of same, 
spinster, 40 — at St. Giles aforesaid. 28 Jul}-, 
1628. B. 

Broughton, Robert, esq., of city of Westminster, 
bachelor, 24, and Mary Smith, of St. Clement 
Danes, widow, 30 — at St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
or St. Mary, Savoy. 20 March, 162§. B. 

Broughton, Sampson Shelton, of Middle Temple, 
gent., liachelor, about 26, and Mrs. Mary 
Cooke, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, spinster, 
about 20, her father's consent — at St. Dunstau- 
in-the-West. 29 Aug. 1676. V. 



Broughton, Thomas, of Broughton, co. Stafford, 
esq., bachelor, about 24, and Rhoda Amcotts, 
of Aysthorp, co. Lincoln, spinster, about 19, 
her parents dead, consent of her grandmother, 
Rhoda Lady Fairfax, her guardian, attested by 
Sir Bryan Broughton, of Broughton aforesaid, 
knight and bart. — at St. Paul, Covent Garden. 
6 July, 1672. V. 

Broughton, William, of St. Mary-le-Bow, London, 
merchant, bachelor, 26 and upwards, and Ann 
Danvcrs, spinster, about 17, consent of father, 
Henry Danvers, of Stoke Newington, co. 
Middlesex, esq. — at Stoke Newington afore- 
said. 29 May, 1678. V. 

Broiighton, William, esq., of St. George, South- 
wark, widower, 50, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Macneale, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, widow, 
40— at St. Andrew Wardrobe. 19 April, 1710. 
B. 

Brouncker, Christopher, of Portsmouth, co. 
Southampton, gent., bachelor, about 26, and 
Mrs. Catherine Gilbourne, of Shoreham, Kent, 
sijinster, about 18, consent of father, Henry 
Gillourne, of same, esq. — at Newington Butts, 
Surrey, St. Mary, Savoy, or St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields. 7 Nov. 1670. V. 

Brouncker, Thomas, of Portsmouth, co. 
Southampton, bachelor, above 21, and Mary 
Bridger, of St. Michael, Cornhill, London, 
sjiinster, 20, daughter of Peter Bridger, of 
same, who consents — at St. Anne, Aldersgate, 
or . . . 1 June, 1695. F. 

Erouncker, William, esq., and Martha Myldmaye, 
daughter of Sir Walter Mvldmaye, knight, 
gen. lie, 10 Jan. 156§. B. 

Brouners, Michael, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, cabinet-maker, aged about 28, and 
Mary Vanleenwarde, of same, widow, 24, 
alleged by Thomas Billopp, of St. Mary 
Savoy, Middlesex, gent. — at St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, or any other chm'ch now standing near 
the City of London. 22 Sept. 1666. F. 

Erowghe, Arthui', and Alice Clanys, spinster, 
of City of London, gen. lie, 23 Jan. 156^. B. 

Browne, Alexander, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, about 33, and Mrs. Deborah Golding, 
of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, spinster, about 22, 
her parents dead — at St. Martin aforesaid, or 
Chelsey, or Knightsbridge, co. Middlesex. 
6 July, 1676. V. 

Browne, Anthony, of Woolwich, Kent, widower, 
and Audrey Clarke, of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, widow. 16 July, 1674. D. 

Browne, Arnold, of the Middle Temple, esq., 
widower, and Dame Ursula Cremer, of St. 
James, Westminster, widow — at St. Margaret, 
Westminster, or ... . 26 May, 1692. F. 

Browne, Arthur (Brown), of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex, gent., widower, 35, and 
Amy Wilks, of same, widow, about 35— at 
Croydon, Lambeth, or Pntnev, co. Surrey. 6 
May, 1691. F. 

Browne, Bartholomew, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
bachelor, 25, and Jane Heyman, spinster, 24, 
daughter of Peter Hej-man, of Wye, co. Kent, 
esq., who consents — at Wye aforesaid, or ... . 
17 Jan. 16Sf . F. 

Browne, Benjamin, of St. Saviour, Soutliwark, 
CO. Surrey, gent., bachelor, 28, and Deliverance 
Gatteridge, of Stepney, Middlesex, sjnnster, 
18, with her parents' consent — at Stepney or 
Bow, CO. Middlesex. 22 Nov. 1693. F. 

Browne, Christoiiher, of Pucklechurch, co. 
Gloucester, clerk, ))aclielur, about 27, and Mrs. 
Elizabeth Hall, of Avening, said county, 
spinster, about 23, with consent of her father, 
William Hall, of same, clerk — at Eodmerton, 
CO. Gloucester. 23 June, 1679. V. 



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Browne, Cuthbert, " famnlum domesticum, Diie 
nre Regine," and Mary Bei'ues, spinster, of 
City of London, gen. lie, 19 June, 1575. 
B. 

Browne, Edmund, and Mary Stondon, spinster, of 
Edinunton — to marry at Estewick. 16 Jan. 
156f. B. 

Browne, Edward, of the City of London, haber- 
dasher, and Anne Dove, of same, widow of 
Richard Dove, sailor — at St. Botoljih, Aldgate, 
London. 11 Feb. 1611. B. 

Browne, Edward, gent., of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, widower, 37, and Anne Willoughb}', 
spinster, 17, daughter of Richard Willoughbj', 
gent., of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, who 
consents — at St. Botoljoh aforesaid. 6 May, 
1630. B. 

Browne, Edward, and Jane Appleyard, of the 
city of Westminster, spinster. 1 April, 1635. D. 

Browne, Edward, of Whitefriars, London, doctor 
in physic, bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. 
Henrietta Susanna Feme, of Lyre Street, 
London, spinster, about 17, her father's 
consent — at St. Andrew Undershaft. 29 April, 
1672. V. 

Browne, Francis, and Dorothy Vyllers, of the 
diocese of London. 6 Dec. 1544. F. 

Browne, the Right Hon. Francis, Viscount Mon- 
tague, of St. Clement Danes, bachelor, 28, and 
the Right Hon. the Lady Elizabeth Somerset, 
daughter of the Right Hon. Henry, Earl of 
Worcester, who consents, aged 19 — at St. 
Martin-inthe-Fields. 6 July, 1637. B. 

Browne, George, of Hornchurch, co. Essex, 
yeoman, and Grace Plase, of same, spinster— 
at same. 13 July, 1626. B. 

Browne, George, of St. Bennett, Gracechurch, 
milliner, bachelor, 22, son of John Browne, of 
Kynlett, co. Salop, gent., who consents, and 
Elizabeth Boylson, of St. Sepulchre, spinster, 
22— at St. Sepulchre. 25 Oct. 1633. B. 

Browne, George, of Spelmanden, co. Kent, gent., 
about 20, consent of his father, John Browne 
and Anne Dobell, of Streete, co. Sussex, 
spinster, about 19, daughter of Walter Dobell, 
of same, esq., who consents— at Streete afore- 
said, or ... . 3 Dec. 1647. F. 

Browne, George, of Buckland, co. Surrey, esq., 
about 20, and Mrs. Jane Woraley, of Apple- 
doore Court, in the Isle of Wight, co. South- 
ampton, spinster, about 20, consent of mothei*, 
Dame Brigdet Worsley, widow — at Buckland 
aforesaid, or ... . 3 Jan. 16" §. V. 

Browne, Henry, and Rose Cooke, widow, of St. 
Gabriel, Fenchurch, gen. lie, 28 June, 1574. 
B. 

Browne, Henry, yeoman, and Agnes Harte, 
spinster, now City of London, daughter of 
John Harte, late of Woodham Ferris, co. Esses, 
husbandman, deceased — at St. Andrew Hub- 
bard, London. 22 Dec. 1590. B. 

Browne, Henry, husbandman, and Elizabeth 
Atterbye, of Isleworth, Middlesex, spinster, 
daughter of James Atterbye, late of same, 
fisherman, deceased — at Isleworth aforesaid. 
3 March, 159§. B. 

Browne, Henry, of Isleworth, Middlesex, butcher, 
and Anne Linton, of same, spinster — at St. 
Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 9 Feb. 162|. B. 

Browne, Henry, esq., of St. Mary, Savoy, bachelor, 
and Elizabeth Haynes, of same, spinster, 16, 
daughter of Mr. Abraham (sic), of same, gent., 
who consents — at same. 29 Nov. 1632. B. 

Browne, Henry, gent., of West Ham, Essex, 
bachelor, 30, and Ellen Pare, of same, spinster, 
30, of same — at Little Ilford, Essex. 9 July, 
1644. B. 



Brown, Henry, of Beaconsfield, Bucks, bricklayer, 
bachelor, 22, with father's consent, and Mary 
Abbott, of Denham, Bucks, sjjin^ter, 17, 
consent, of father, Robert Abbott — at St. Giles- 
in-the-Fields. 20 April, 1663. B. 

Brown, Henry, of Ealing, Middlesex, bachelor, 25, 
and Christian Adams, of same, spinster, 24 — 
at St. Sepulchre, or St. Martin, Ludgate. 
10 Feb. 171|. B. 

Browne, Humfrey, and Gertrude Browne, of the 
City of London, gen. lie, 24 May, 1569. B. 

Browne, James, of Chesthunt, co. Herts, tanner, 
and Bridget Terry, of same, spinster, daughter 
of William Terry, late of Hadley, co. Middle- 
sex, musician, deceased — at St. Antholin, 
London. 13 Oct. 1618. B. 

Brown, James, gent., of the city of Westminster, 
widower, 50, and Margaret Atchison, of same, 
widow, 40— at St. Faith. 25 Oct. 1641. B. 

Brown, James, of St. Luke, Middlesex, bachelor, 
above 24, and Mary Harvey, South Weald, 
Essex, spinster, above 22 — at South Weald 
aforesaid. 7 Oct. 1749. F. 

Browne, John, and Elizabeth Cornish, of St. 
Clement Danes — to marry there. 31 Jan. 
156i. B. 

Browne, John, of Stepney, yeoman, and Jane 
Cosin, spinster — at St. Bonnet, Gracechurch. 
17 Sept. 1580. B. 

Browne, John, of Islington, Middlesex, salter, 
and Agnes Golson, widow, of St. Sepulchre, 
London — at Islington aforesaid. 25 May, 1582. 

Browne, John, of Grays Thurrock, Essex, yeo- 
man, and Mary Thompson, widow, relict of 
John Thompson, of Little Thurrock, said 
county, yeoman — at St. Andrew, Holborn. 5 
Feb. 158|. B. 

Browne, John, of St. Gabriel, Fenchurch, London, 
chirurgeon, and Jane Pearcye, of St. Botolph, 
Aldgate, spinster, daughter of — Pearcy, 
late of same, yeoman, gen. lie, 22 July, 1589. 
B. 

Browne, John, saddler, and Elizabeth Slater, of 
St. SeiJulchre, Loudon, sjDinster, daughter of 
Robert Slater, of same, saddler, gen. lie, 27 
Nov. 1592. B. 

Browne, John, of St. Olave, Hart Street, London, 
haberdasher, and Anne Arden, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, widow of John Arden, late of same, 
fletcher — at St. Margaret Moses, London. 10 
Feb. 159|. B. 

Browne, John, of St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London, 
joiner, and Cecily Crowche, of Great All 
Hallows, Thames Street, said city, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Crowche, late of Lich- 
field, CO. Stafford, yeoman, deceased — at Little 
All Hallows aforesaid. 18 Feb. 159|. B. 

Browne, John, clerk, of Little All Hallows, 
Thames Street, London, and Barsaba Richard- 
son, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, widow, gen. 
lie, 13 March, 159|. B. 

Browne, John, sailor, and Ellen Lintree, spinster, 
of Limohouse, in the parish of Stepney, co. 
Middlesex, daughter of — Lintree, late of 
Walliugborow, co. Northampton, yeoman, 
deceased — at Stepney aforesaid. 8 May, 1599. 
B. 

Browne, John, of Romford, co. Essex, yeoman, 
and Anno Greene, of same, widow, of Lawrence 
Greene, late of same, husbandman — at St. 
Botolph, Aldersgate, London. 25 July, 1617. 
B. 

Browne, John, of St. Andrew, Holborn, London, 
tailor, and Mary Grymmell, of same, spinster, 
daughter of — Grymell, deceased — at St. 
Bennett Sherehog, London. 29 Jan. 162^-. B. 

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Browne, John, of Great St. Bartholomew, London, 
haberdasher, and Mary Burton, of Chinckford, 
CO. Essex, spinster, danghtor of Stephen 
Burton, of same, yeoman — at Great St. 
Bartholomew aforesaid. 30 April, 1G22. B. 
Browne, John, of St. Clement Danes, scrivener, 
bachelor, and Kathcrinc Price, of St. Margaret, 
Westminster, spinster — at Paddington. 4 Oct. 
1623. D. [llis name is written Price in text, 
but Browne in margin]. 
Browne, John, of All Hallows-the-Less, Thames 
Street, London, cordwainer, and Elizabeth 
Snelling, widow, of George Snelling — at All 
Hallows aforesaid. 10 Oct. 1625. B. 
Browne, John, of Xormanton, co. Lincoln, 
bachelor, and Margaret Gamblin, of Great St. 
Bartholomew, London, spinster — at St. 
Leonard in St. Martin-le-Grand. 16 Feb. 
162|. D. 
Browne, John, of St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish 
Street, London, and Susanna Stonard, of St. 
Botolph, Aldersgate — at St. Faith, London. 
26 April, 1626. B. 
Browne, John, esq., widower, 50, and Winifred 
Edwards, of St. Gregory, London, spinster, 
40 — at St. Gregory aforesaid. 12 Jane, 1627. 
B. 
Browne, John, and Elizabeth Alcocke. 22 Oct. 

1629. D. 
Browne, John, esq., of Twickenham, Middlesex, 
widower, 27, and Elizabeth Packer, of city of 
Westminster, spinster, 19, daughter of John 
Packer, of same, esq., who consents — at St. 
Stephen, Walbrook. 25 Jan. 163^. B. 
Browne, John, and Jane Symson [in margin, 
Sympson], of city of Westminster, widow. 6 
Aug. 1639. D. 
Browne, John, and Hannah Loder, of city of 

Westminster, spinster. 5 Dec. 1639. D. 
Browne, John, and Jane Kaven. 19 Aug. 1640. 

D. 
Browne, Sir John, bai't., of Cowsham, co. Oxon, 
bachelor, 35, and Elizabeth Vandersteck, of 
Staines, Middlesex, widow — at St. Paul's 
Cathedral, in London, or Staines aforesaid. 
10 May, 1666. F. 
Browne, John, of St. Mary, Savoy, bachelor in 
physic, bachelor, about 35, and Mrs. Martha 
Crutchfeild, of Lambeth, Sm-rey, spinster, 
about 24, and at own disposal — at Newington 
or Camberwell, Surrey. 15 Feb. 166S-. Y. 
Browne, Joseph (Brown), of London, gent., 
widower, about 40, and Sarah Grove, of 
Croydon, Surrey, widow, aged 30 — at Croydon 
aforesaid. 9 Jan. 166S. V. 
Browne, Joseph (Brown), of Middle Temple, gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. Martha Looker, of 
Noble Street, London, widow — at St. Stephen, 
Coleman Street, London. 21 April, 1675. Y. 
Browne, Lawrence, yeoman, and Dorothy Woode, 
spinster, of St. Michael-ad-Bladum, London^ 
at Chaldwell, Essex. 13 Aug. 1580.B. 
Browne, Matthew, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
linendraper, and Alice Colbache, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Colbache, of Munckland, 
Herts, yeoman — at St. George, Botolph Lane, 
London. 28 Oct. 1615. B. 
Browne, Matthew, of St. Michael Koyal, London, 
esq., bachelor, 30, and Anne Willmer, spinster, 
22, daughter of George Willmer, late of Strat- 
ford, Bow, Middlesex, esq., deceased, and her 
mother also — at Kingston or Guildford, co. 
Surrey. 4 March, 163|. F. 
Browne, Matthew, of Enfield, Middlesex, yeoman, 
widower, aged 30, and Judith Lake, of Barking, 
Essex, spinster, aged 23, consent of father, 
Thomas Lake, of same, gent. — at Chigwell or 
Barking, co. Essex. 22 Dec. 1665. Y. 



Browne, Matthew, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., and Christian Parks, of All Hallows 
Stayning, London, widow, about 43 — at All 
Hallows Stayning, St. Botolph, Aldgate, or 
Wliitechapel, Middlesex. 19 Oct. 1667. Y. 

Browne, Matthias, the younger, of Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, gent., son of Matthias Browne the 
elder, of Horbling, co. Lincoln, gent., bachelor, 
about 21, and Mary Gorges, of Chelsea afore- 
said, widow, about 20, late wife of Mr. Gorges, 
late of Chelssa aforesaid, deceased — at St. 
Christopher, London. 2 May, 16 13. B. 

Browne, Michael, of All Saints, in the town of 
Hertford, yeoman, and Angeletta Richardson, 
of Chesthunt, co. Herts, widow of Simon 
Richardson — at St. Gregory, London. 13 
Sept. 1626. B. 

Browne, Michael, butcher, and Sarah Baker, of 
Great Munden, Herts, spinster, daughter of 
Richard Baker, of same, yeoman — at Widford, 
Herts. 28 April, 1632. B. 

Browne, Mun, of London, merchant, bachelor, 
about 30, and Mrs. Mary Benu, of St. John 
Zachary, Loudon, spinster, about 16, consent 
of her father and mother. Sir Thomas Blood- 
worth, knight, and Dame Mary Bloodworth, 
alias Benn, his wife — at St. Botolph, Aiders- 
gate. 4 March, 167^. Y. 

Browne, Nicholas, of Little Hormead, clerk, and 
Johanna Astlen, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 
London, widow — at any church in the diocese. 
4 July, 1551. B. 

Browne, Peter, of Ratcliffe, parish of Stepney, 
CO. Middlesex, dyer, and Joane Alter, of St. 
Ethelburgh, London, spinster, daughter of 
Thomas Alter, of Turlye, co. Gloucester, 
husbandman — at St. Ethelburgh aforesaid. 
27 March, 1599. B. 

Browne, Philip, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, clerk, 
bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Tyrrell, of St. Bride, London, widow, at St. 
Bride aforesaid. 1 May, 1674. Y. 

Browne, Ralph, gent., of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West, bachelor, 36, and Anne Holliland, 
maiden, 22, of St. John, Clerkenwell, consent 
of father, David Holliland, of same, gent. — at 
St. Mary, Islington, Middlesex. 19 Sept. 1605. 
B. 

Browne, Ralph, butcher, and Alice Cawcotfc, 
widow, of New Windsor, co. Berks — at St. 
James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex. 29 July, 1626. 
B. 

Bi'owne, Reuben, gent., of Luton, Beds, 33, and 
Anne Scott, now of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
spinster, 26— at St. Faith. 28 Jan. 163|. B. 
[In margin '' both of these parties are servants 
to Judge Crawley."] 

Browne, Richard, of the diocese of Winchester, 
and Agnes Bradley, of the diocese of London. 
3 Feb. 154J. F. 

Browne, Richard, of St. Peter, Cornliill, and 
Margaret Woodward, of Ashford. 19 Jan. 
loof. B. 

Browne, Richard, of Westminster, one of the 
grooms of the queen's majesty's larder, and 
Katherine Gray, of Paddington, widow — at the 
chapel of Paddington. 31 Oct. 1567. D. 

Browne, Richard, esq., and Katherine Onslowe, 
widow, of St. Anne, Blackfriars, gen. lie, 
17 Jan. 157f . B. 

Browne, Richard, waterman, of St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf, and Alice Hammonde, widow, 
of City of London, relict of William Ham- 
monde, late of St. Saviour, South wark, sailor, 
deceased — at Trinity-the-Less, London. 9Aug. 
1586. B. 



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[152 1- 1 869.] Thomas Browne 202 



Browne, Richard, of the City of London, cloth- 
worker, and Elizabeth Ellys, spinster, of St. 
Ann and Agnes, Aldersgate, London, daughter 
of Henry Ellys, late of Christchnrch, New- 
gate, London, ironmonger, deceased, gen. lie, 
14 Oct. 1590. B. 

Browne, Richard, of St. Sepulchi-e, London, cord- 
waiucr, and Alice Lofte, of same, widow of 
Edmund Lofte, late of same, cordwainer — at 
St. Sepulchre aforesaid. 3 Feb. 160h. F. 

Browne, Richard, of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent., 
bachelor, about 40, and Elizabeth Leaver, of 
St. Giles-in-the-Fields, widow, about 35 — at 
St. Gregory, London. 28 Aug. 1662. V. 

Browne, Richard, of St. Maudlin, Milk Street, 
London, physician, bachelor, about 29, and 
Mrs. Mary Byfield, of Morclack, co. Surrey, 
spinster, about 22, consent of mother, Mr?. 
Sarah Byfield, of same, widow, at All Hallows- 
in-the-Wall or St. Dunstan - in - the - East, 
London, or Newington, Middlesex. 31 July, 
1677. V. 

Browne, Sir Richard, bart., of St. James-in-the- 
Fields, bachelor, 32, and Dorothy Blackett, 
of same, widow, 27 — at St. James aforesaid. 
11 Sept. 1688. B. 

Browne, Robert, of Braintree, and Elizabeth 
Pynell, widow, of Harwich — to marry at 
Easterford, co. Essex. 13 April, 1564. B. 

Browne, Robert, and Juliana Bedfoorde, of St. 
Martin Orgar, London — to marry there. 3 
May, 1567. B. 

Browne, Robert, and Agnes Cawell, widow, of 
Waltham Holy Cross, gen. lie, 16 Feb. 157i. 
B. 

Browne, Robert, of St. Olave, Hart Street, 
London, draper, widower, and Elizabeth 
Browne, of St. Catherine Creechurch, said 
city, widow of John Browne, late of same, 
draper — at St. Catherine Creechurch afore- 
said. 11 Dec. 1612. B. 

Browne, Robert, of Westminster, tailor, bachelor, 
and Jane Robinson, of same, spinster — at St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 14 May, 1621. D. 

Browne, Robert, cooper, and Joane Whitlocke, 
spinster, daughter of — Whitlock, deceased — - 
at St. Mary Stayniug, London. 28 Aug. 1621. 
B. 

Browne, Mr. Robert, of St. Martiu-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, milliner, bachelor, 21, father dead, 
and Thomazine Hare, of same, spinster, 
19, daughter of Richard Hare, esq., in the 
county of Southwark (sic), who liveth in the 
King's Bench, at the present distracted in his 
wits, consent of ber uncle, Sir Ralph Hare — 
at St. Mary, Strand, alias Savoy, Middlesex. 
4 May, 1622. B. 

Browne, Robert, of St. Helen, London, tailor, and 
Isabell Austen, of St. Martin Outwich, London, 
widow of Edward Austen — at St. Martin Out- 
wich aforesaid. 27 Nov. 1626. B. 

Browne, Robert, and Jane Mawne. 7 Nov. 1628. 
D. 

Browne, Roger, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
farrier, and Alice Painter, spinster — at St. 
Beunet, Paul's Wharf, Loudon. 29 Jan. 16^^. 
B. 

Browne, Rupert, of Lyon's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
about 23, and Mrs. Sybell Wyrley, of St. 
Clement Danes, spinster, about 17, her father's 
consent — at St. Bartholomew-the-Great or 
Less, London. 20 Jan. 166^. V. 

Browne, Stephen, and Elizabeth, tailor, widow, of 
City of London, gen. lie, 8 Jan. 157|. B. 

Browne, Stephen, of St. Sepulchre, London, cook, 
and Martha Garland, spinster, daughter of 
— Garland, deceased — at All Hallows Barking, 
London. 22 Jan. 162t. B. 



Browne, Thomas, alias Cokkove, and Elizabeth 
Dannow, of the diocese of London. 14 Nov. 
1546. P. 

Browne, Thomas, of Westminster, citizen and 
vintner, of London, and Barbara Bottlesham, 
of Westminster, spinster [bond by John 
Reade, of St. Martin, near Charing Cross, 
vintner]. 18 April, 1572. D. 

Browne, Thomas, and Margaret Rake, widow, of 
the City of Loudon, gon. lie, 16 May, 1573. B. 

Browne, Thomas, and Helen Wytlon. 4 Sept. 
1575. F. 

Browne, Thomas, surgeon, and Margaret Eales, 
of Stepney, Middlesex, widow of Stephen 
Eales, late of same, mariner — at Stepney 
aforesaid. 16 Dec. 1592. B. 

Browne, Thomas, of Liraehouse, parish of Stepney, 
CO. Middlesex, baker, and Elizabeth Bartelett, 
of London, spinster, daughter of William 
Bartelett, of Heston, Middlesex, yeoman, gen. 
lie, 29 May, 1596. B. 

Browne, Thomas, sailor, and Elizabeth Collins, of 
St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, daughter of 
Thomas Collins, deceased — at All Hallows 
Barking, London. 24 Aug. 1616. B. 

Browne, Thomas, of St. Andrew-in-the-Ward- 
robe, London, embroiderer, and Jane Russell, 
of St. Martin-in-the-Vintry, said city, widow 
of William Russell, late of same, embroiderer 
— at St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex. 31 Dec. 
1617. B. 

Browne, Thomas, of St. Mary Colechurch, 
London, tailor, and Margaret Ison, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, Loudon, spinster, daughter 
of — Ison, yeoman — at St. Andrew, Holborn, 
aforesaid. 10 Jan. 161^. B. 

Browne, Thomas, of St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, 
London, waterman, and Margaret Davies, of 
same, widow of John Davies — at St. Thomas- 
the-Apostle, London. 26 July, 1618. B. 

Browne, Thomas, gent., and Elizabeth Aldredge, 
spinster, daughter of — Aldredge, deceased — 
at Lawford, co. Essex. 17 Dec. 1618. B. 

Browne, Thomas, of Shepperton, co. Middlesex, 
husbandman, and Anne Bartholomew, spinster, 
daughter of — Bartholomew, deceased — at 
St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, London. 19 July, 
1619. B. 

Browne, Thomas, of St. Margaret, Lothbury, 
London, merchant, bachelor, and Mary 
Cornelius, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
spinster, daughter of John Cornelius, merchant, 
deceased — at All Hallows-in-the-Wall, London. 
19 Dec. 1620. B. 

Browne, Thomas, of St. Zatherine Cree Chnrch, 
Loudon, feltmaker, widower, and Mary Browne, 
of same, spinster, daughter of Thomas Browne, 

of Avingbury, co yeoman — at St. Alban, 

Wood Street, Loudon. 20 Feb. 162^. B. 

Browne, Thomas, of Barking, Essex, yeoman, and 
Elizabeth Rundell, spinster, daughter of 
Edward Rundell, of Northfleet, co. Kent, 
veoman — at St. Andrew, Holborn, London. 
29 Nov. 1623. B. 

Browne, Thomas, of St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, 
London, waterman, and Sarah Powell, of 
St. Giles, Cripplegate, spinster — at St. Giles 
aforesaid. 26 May, 1626. B. 

Browne, Thomas, gent., of St. Dnnstan-in-the- 
West, bachelor, 21, and Petronella Turpin, of 
St. Martin-iu-the-Fields, 26, widow of Thomas 
Turpin, gent., deceased — at St. Martin, Lud- 
gate. 15 April, 1634. B. 

Browne, Thomas, gent., of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, widower, 50, and Anne Bonnicke, of 
same, widow, 35— at St. Faith, or St. Mary 
Magdalen, Old Fish Street. 2 Oct. 1644. B. 



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Browne, Thomas, of St. Martin, in the borough 
of Leicester, widower, and Agnes, aias Anne, 
Dent, of St. Martiu-iu-the-Fields, Middlesex, 
spinster — at St. Martin aforesaid, or St. Mary, 
Savoy, Middlesex. 23 Dec. 1G61. B. 

Browne, Thomas, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., abont 25, 
and Cicilia Pooley, spinster, about 20, daughter 
of Dame Elizabeth Pooley, of Boxsted Hall, co. 
Suffolk, widow, who consents — at Boxsted 
aforesaid. 9 Feb. 166^. F. 

Browne, Thomas, of St. Martin, Ludgate, gent., 
bachelor, abont 21, and Mrs. Hester Barry, of 
Parkbury, Herts, spinster, about 26, and at 
own disposal — at St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish 
Street, Loudon. 29 Aug. 1677. V. 

Browne, Thoma», of Wood Street, Loudon, gent., 
bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. Winnifred Beard, 
of St. Botoljoh, Bishopsgate, spinster, above 21, 
and at own disposal— at St. Saviour, South- 
wark. 8 Dec. 1677. V. 

Browne, Thomas, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., bachelor, about 36, and Ursula Duncombe, 
of Rickmansworth, Herts, spinster, about 20, 
with consent of her mother, Mrs. Mary 
Duncombe, alleged by Charles Duncombe, of 
St. Mary Wooluoth, London, goldsmith — at 
Rickmansworth aforesaid. 14 Aug. 1678. V. 

Erown, Thomas, gont., of St. James, Westminster, 
bachelor, 31, and Hannah Bnxell, of same, 
spinster, 24— at Lincoln's Inn chapel. 27 
March, 1706. B. 

Browne, Walter, gent., of St. Clement Danes, 
bachelor, 22, and Jane Helmes, of same, 
widow, 30— at St. Faith. 18 May, 1639. B. 

Browne, Weston, of Gray's Inn, Middlesex, esq., 
bachelor, 28, and Mary Wilson, of Riplington, 
CO. Southampton, widow, 28 — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn, or St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 
28 Jan. 166f. F. 

Browne, Weston, of Gray's Inn, esq., widower, 
50, and Mrs. Elizabeth Halls, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, widow, 40 — at St. Mary, Savov. 24 
Jan. 169f. B. 

Browne, William, and Anne Collye, of the City 
of London, gen. lie, 28 July, 1561. B. 

Browne, William, and Elizabeth Smallo, spinster, 
of St. John Zachary, gen. lie, 2 Oct. 1573. B. 

Browne, William, and Agnes Francke, widow, of 
Ilford, Essex — to marry there. 26 Jan. 157j. 
B. 

Browne, William, goldsmith, of the City of 
London, and Jane Swanson, spinster, of St. 
Nicholas, Colo Abbey, daughter of Richard 
Swanson, late of Ludlow, co. Salop, iron- 
monger, deceased, gen. lie, 24 Feb. 158^. B. 

Browne, AVilliam, of Rettingdon, co. Essex, 
yeoman, and Jane Willson, now of the City 
of London, spinster, daughter of William 
Willson, late of Blakamore, co. York, yeoman, 
deceased— at St. Gabriel, Fenchurch, London. 
30 Nov. 1588. B. 

Browne, William, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
leathcrsellci-, and Ellen Fox, of same, spinster, 
daughter of John Fox, late of Fordc, co. Derby, 
yeoman, deceased — at Islington, Middlesex. 
30 July, 160 1-. B. 

Browne, William, of Cbigwell, co. Essex, yeoman, 
and Sarah Eve, of Elmdon, said county, 
daughter of John Eve, of same, yeoman — at 
St. Stephen, Walbrook, London. 16 Oct. 1609. 
B. 

Browne, William, of Westham, co. Essex, inn- 
keeper, and Rachael Appleby, of Stepney, 
Middlesex, widow of William Appleby — at 
Stepney aforesaid. 8 Dec. 1624. B. 



Browne, William, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
gent., bachelor, 30, and Elizabeth Gouldsmith, 
spinster, 22, daughter of Samuel Gouldsmith, 
of Hitching, co. Herts, yeoman, who consents 
—at St. Martiu-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 1 
March, 163|. F. 

Brownell, Robert, of St. Michael, in Hoggin Lane, 
antl Alice Mathewe, alias Smithe, widow, of 
St. Andrew, Holborn, gen. lie, 19 Aug. 1571. 
B. 

Brownell, Thomas, of the City of London, 
upholsterer, and Anne Panter, spinster, 
daughter of Arthur Panter, of said city, gold- 
smith — at St. Michael Bassishaw, London. 
6 Dec. 1624. B. 

Browuerick, John, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, dyer, and Frances Cox, spinster, 
daughter of James Cox, gent., deceased — at 
Great All Hallows, Thames Street, London. 
8 Nov. 1620. B. 

Browning', John, of St. Thomas Apostle, London, 
clothworker, and Mary Ingleburt, of St. Mary, 
Abchurch, said city, widow of John Ingle- 
btirt, late of Stratford, Bow, co. Middlesex, 
gent. — at St. Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex. 
30 Oct. 1609. B. 

Browning*, Michael, of St. Bride, London, mer- 
chant, and Susan Denton, spinster, daughter 
of Adam Denton, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
Middlesex, innholder — at St. Andrew aforesaid. 
17 Dee 1622. B 

Browningf, Samuel, of Lincoln's Inn, bachelor, 
28, and Mrs. Rebecca Hind, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, spinster, 19, consent of father, Mr. 
John Hind — at St. Nicholas, Cole Abbey. 21 
Oct. 1693. B. 

Brownlow, Sir John, of Holmbey, bart., bachelor, 
and Alice Sherard, of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, spinster. 25 March, 1676. D. 

Brownlowe, William, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
esq., widower, about 30, and the Hon. Mar- 
garet Bridges, daughter of the Right Hon. 
the late Lord Shandoj-s, deceased, about 17, 
consent of the Right Hon. George Mountague, 
esq., her guardian, her parents being dead — 
at St. Margaret, Westminster, or St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields. 7 July, 1668. Y. 

Browthton, Humphrey, and Dorothy Wheler, of 
the diocese of London. June, 1548. F. 

Broxholome, Thomas (Broxsam), of Gray's Inn, 
geut., and Anne Lawghton, spinster, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, gen. lie, 27 June, 1570. B. 

Broxolme, John, and Elizabeth Rawlyns, of St. 
Danstan-in-the-East, London. 5 Feb. 154^. P. 

Brozon, Samuel, of St. Mary Aldermary, silk- 
man, bachelor, about 30, and Ann Frere, of 
St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, about 25, con- 
sent of her father, Thomas Frere, rector of 
Whitwell, CO. Rutland — at St. Gregory, London. 
19 May, 1662. V. 

Broxuppe, Thomas, of Whalley, co. Lancaster, 
gent., bachelor, 26, and Ann Walker, spinster, 
about 17, daughter of Robert Walker, of 
St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, gent., who 
consents — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London, 
8 Dec. 1632. F. 

Broyne, Nicholas de, of St. Anne, Blackfriars, 
London, stationer, and Margaret Shoote, of 
same, spinster, daughter of — Shoote, late of 
CO. Bedford, yeoman, deceased — at St. 
Sepulchre, Newgate. 3 June, 15S6. B, 



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[1521-1869.] Edward Bryant 206 



Bruce, Gerard, of St. Martin-in-the-rields, Mid- 
dlesex, gent., bachelor, 40, and Elizabeth 
Wheeler, of Twittonham, Middlesex, spinster, 
about 30, her parents dead— at St. Margaret, 
Westminster, or St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
Middlesex. 18 June, 1669. F, 

Bruce, Richard (Bruse), of St. Paul, Covont 
Garden, Middlesex, widower, 38, and Mary 
Fletcher, of East Mailing, co. Kent, sj^instcr, 
19, daughter of James Fletcher, of same, gent., 
who consents — at St. Bride, London, or St. 
Mary Savoy, Middlesex. 13 Oct. 1663. P. 

Bruce, Robert, and Elizabeth Lock. 1693. D. 

Bruce, the Right Hon. Thomas, Lord Bruce, Baron 
of Kinlosse, bachelor, 23, and Mrs. Ann 
Chichester, spinster, 17, daughter of Sir 
Robert Chichester, knight, who consents, as 
also Lady Bruce, mother of said Lord Bruce, 
alleged by AVilliam, Lord Cavendish — at [St. 
Michael Bassishaw erased] London. 15 June, 
1615. B. 

Bruce, Thomas, of All Hallows, Lombard Street, 
draper, bachelor, about 27, and Mary Talden, 
of Lorrington, co. Southampton, spinster, about 
18, consent of her father, William Yalden, 
gent.— at All - Hallows-in-the-Wall. 22 Dec. 
1669. V. 

Bruen, Clement, of New Inn, Middlesex, bachelor, 
25, and Elizabeth Whitehtirst, of Tower Street, 
London, widow — at St. Clement Danes. 7 
March, 169^. P. 

Bruen, Richard, of Christchurch, London, 
butcher, and Elizabeth Maggott, of same, 
widow of Thomas Maggott — at St. Faith, 
London. 13 June, 1625. B, 

Bruei*, Abimelech (sic subs.), of St. Clement 
Danes, bachelor, 2 i, and Joane Todd, of same, 
36, widow of William Todd, deceased — at St. 
Mary Mounthaw or St. Andrew-in-the- Ward- 
robe. 25 Aug. 1627. B. 

Bruere, Bartholomew, of St. Bartholomew-the- 
Lesp, London, widower, and Dorothy Grant, 
of St. Bride, London, spinster, 27 — at St. 
Andrew, Holborn, or Hampstead, Middlesex. 

28 Feb. 172|. F. 

Bruere, George, of Middle Temple, London, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Mary Weld, of 
Midberry Hill, parish of Ware, co. Herts, 
spinster, about 22, consent of father, Alex- 
ander Weld, of same, esq. — at St. Leonard, 
Shoreditcb, or St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London, li May, 1673. V. 

Bruere, Ralph, of All Hallows, London Wall, 
bachelor, 25, and Thomazine Rowe, of St. 
Giles, Cripplegate, London, spinster, 23 and 
upwards — at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, London. 

29 Nov. 1725. F. 

Bruett, Ralph, of Barston, co. Essex, yeoman, 
and Elizabeth Godbed, of same, spinster, 
daughter of John Godbed, clerk, late curate of 
St. Trinity, in Ely, deceased — at Barston 
aforesaid. 29 April, 1611. B. 

Brude, Thomas, of Great Wakering, Essex, and 
Dorcas Angell, spinster, of South Shoebury, 
said county — at Thurdesley, co. Essex. 9 
Sept. 1585. B. 

Brudnell, Sir Edmund, knight, and Etheldred 
Roan, widow — at Heston, Middlesex. 11 Dec. 
1583. B. 

Brudenell, Robert, of St. Martin-in-the-Piclds, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 25, and Margaret Wood, 
of same, spinster, 24, her jDarents dead — at 
Mary-le-bone, Middlesex. 28 April, 1696. P. 

Brudenell, Thomas, esq., of City of London, 
bachelor, 26, parents dead, and Dorothy 
Smithe, of St. James, Clerkenwell, maiden, 
23, consent of her father, Henry Smith, esq., of 
same — at Islington, Middlesex. 18 Feb. 161^. B. 



BrufTe, Robert, and Margaret Potter, his servant, 
of St. Martin, Ludgate, London, daughter of 
Thomas Potter, late of Cradeley, co. Stafford, 
blacksmith, deceased — atBrainford, co. Middle- 
sex. 27 Dec. 1598. B. 

Brugfge, James Van, of St. Laurence Poultney, 
London, merchant, and Susan Jacobson, of 
St. Margaret, New Fish Street, London, 
spinster, daughter of Peter Jacobson, of same, 
merchant — at St. Margaret aforesaid. 5 March , 
162f. B. 

Brundish, Robert, gent., of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, bachelor, 39, and Marv Witham, widow, 
41— at St. Faith. 11 Feb. 163f. B. 

Brune, William, and Sarah Burton, spinster, of 
St. Bartholomew-near-the- Stocks — to marry 
there. 4 Dec. 1578. B. 

Brunsell, Henry, doctor of laws, of Stretham, 
Isle of Ely, co. Cambridge, clerk, and Mary 
Yorke, of Lidyard Tregorze, co. Wilts, sjiinster, 
40— at . . . ., CO. Wilts. 3 Deo. 1668. F. 

Brunsell, Henry, of Stretham, Isle of Ely, co. 
Cambridge, doctor of laws, widower, and 
Sarah Barry, of Hampton Gay, co. Oxford, 
siainster, 30, daughter of Christopher Barry, 
of same, gent., who consents — at Hamilton 
Gay, or . . . ., co. Oxford. 1 Dec. 1669. F. 

Bruntnall, William, and Margaret Eustace, sjiin- 
ster. 21 Sept. 1668. D. 

Brushwood, Robert, of City of London, and Alice 
Watts, of St. Dunstan-iu-the-West. 18 April, 
1547. B. 

Bruton, William, of the city of Exeter, esq., 
bachelor, 28, and Elizabeth Honeychurch, of 
Aveton Gifford, co. Devon, spinster, 24, her 
father dead, and she at her own disposal — at 
Battcrsea or Putney, Smroy, or Marybone, 
Middlesex. 11 May, 1663. F. 

Bry-[gone], John, of the City of London, and 
Elizabeth Flemyng, spinster, of St. Michaol- 
ad-Bladum, London, gen. lie, 17 July, 1563. 
B. 

Bryan. See also Brian. 

Bryan, Mr. George, clerk, and Elizabeth Fisher, 
of Northall, Middlesex, spinster — at Northall 
aforesaid. 23 June, 1623. B. 

Bryan, John, of St. Sepulchre, London, cutler, 
and Susan Harrison, of St. Bride, Loudon, 
spinster, daughter of Thomas Harrison, gent., 
deceased — at St. Botolph, Aldersgate. 2 April, 
1619. B. 

Bryan, John, of St. Martin-in-the-Fiekls, shoe- 
maker, and Jane Jones, spinster, daughter 
of Owen Jones, of Westminster, labourer — at 
St. Leonard, in St. Martin-le-Grand. 22 July, 
1623. D. 

Bryan, John, of St. Martin-iu-the-Fields, bachelor, 
about 26, and Honor Dacre, about 27, her 
parents dead, alleged by Thomas Theobald, of 
St. Martin aforesaid, gent. — at St. Mary, Savoy. 
24 Feb. 166|. V. 

Bryan, Luke, of St. Sepulchre, London, gent., 
and Mary Symons, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
widow of Robert Symons, late of same, tailor 
—at St. Mary, Savoy, Middlesex. 22 May, 
1598. B. 

Bryant, Benjamin, of Wapping, Middlesex, baker, 
bachelor, aged 21, and Mary Cathan, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, spinster, about 22, consent 
of her parents-rat Gray's Inn chapel. 7 Jau. 
166S. V. 

Bryant, Edward (Briant), of St. Bride, London, 
joiner, and Mary Holliland, of St. Sepulchre, 
spinster, daughter of Thomas Holliland, late of 
St. Bride aforesaid, wax.chandler, deceased — 
at St. James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex. 20 Oct. 
1610. B. 



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Bryant, George (Brian t), of Dunichidiock, co. 
J)evou, gent., bachelor, about 23, and Mary 
Hungerford, of St. David, in the county of the 
city of Esetor, spinster, aged 21, her father's 
consent, alleged by John Hungerford, of 
Doctors' Commons, London, gont. — in Exeter 
Cathedral, or St. David, or Dunichidiock 
aforesaid. 18 May, 1678. V. 

Buchanen, John, and Jane Glasse, of the city of 
Westminster, spinster. 22 Jan. 16^§. D. 

Buck, Balthazar (Buckc), shoemaker, and Anne, 
Rylton, widow, of St. Mary, Abchurch, Lon- 
don, relict of — Bilton, of the City of 
London— at St. Mary, Abchurch. 27 Aug. 
158-4. B. 

Buck, John, of Hampton Eoad, co. Gloucester, 
gent., bachelor, about 23, and Elizabeth 
Greene, of Grittleton, co. Wilts, spinster, 
about 19, her father's consent — at Grittleton 
aforesaid. 27 Sept. 1669. V. 

Buck, John, of Lincoln's Inn, gent., bachelor, 25, 
and Katherine Symball, of Battersea, Surrey, 
spinster, 17, father's consent — at St. Mary, 
Savoy, Temple, or Lincoln's Inn chapel. 9 
Dec. 1G78. B. 

Buck, Matthew(Backe), of St. Ethelburgh, and Alice 
Eobinson, widow, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
relict of Roger Robinson, citizen and gold- 
smith, of London — at St. Botolph, Bishops- 
gate. 15 Aug. 1583. B. 

Buck, Maximilian (Bucke), of St. Peter, Westcheap, 
mercer, bachelor, 28, and Elizabeth Hunter, of 
same, 30, widow of Thomas Hunter, iron- 
monger, deceased f year ago — at St. Peter 
aforesaid. 31 March, 1619. B. 

Buck, Paul, gent., of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
widower, 67, and Mary Sheringham, of same, 
spinster, 38, daughter of Dennys Sheringham, 
of same, gent., who consents — at All Hallows, 
Honey Lane, London. 12 Aug. 1619. B. 

Buck, Samuel, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 30, 
and Ann Rowley, spinster, 17, with consent of 
her mother, Mary Rowley, of Barkway, co. 
Herts, widow — at Barking aforesaid. King's 
College, in Cambridge, or Lincoln's Inn 
chapel, Middlesex. 30 Aug. 1664. F. 

Buck, Thomas (Bucke), of Ugley, co. Essex, gent., 
and Margaret Lyon, of South Hanningfield, 
said county, spinster, daughter of Robert 
Lyon, late of Great Baddow, said county, 
gent., deceased, gen. lie, 12 Nov. 1591. B. 

Buck, Thomas (Bucke), of Lyndon, co. Essex, hus- 
bandman, and Anne Kennett, of same, spins- 
ter, daughter of John Kennett, of same, hus- 
bandman — at Layndou aforesaid. 15 Mav, 
1613. B. 

Buckby, John (Buckbye), of St. Mary Mounthawe, 
London, beer-brewer, and Elizabeth Staples, 
spinster, of the City of London, daughter 
of ChristoiAer Staples, of Dunchurch, co. 
Warwick, yeoman, gen. lie, 7 Oct. 1589. B. 

Buckby, Joseph, of St. Dunstan-in-tho-West, 
London, bachelor, 35, and Elizabeth Good, 
of St. Sepulchre, London, spinster, 24, at 
her own disposal — at St. Clement Danes, 
Middlesex, or St. Dunstan, or St. Sepulchre 
aforesaid. 23 July, 1688. F. 

Bnckell, John, of St. Martin, Lndgate, London, 
haberdasher, and Elizabeth Whiteside, of All 
Hallows Barking, London, widow — at All 
H.'illowr. aforesaid. 16 Mav, 1626. B. 



Buckell, William, gent., of Eaynham, Essex, 
bachelor, 32, and Alice Brett, of Barking, 
Essex, spinster, 20, daughter of Jonathan 
Brett, of Wcnnington, said county, yeoman, 
deceased, whoso consent is attested by Wil- 
liam Courtho))(', of Barminghani, co. Suffolk, 
gent.— at All Hallows Stayuing. 11 Feb. 
163§. B. 

Buckeridgfe, Edmund, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
yeoman, bachelor, sou of Anthony Buckci'idge, 
late of Stanwell, co. Middlesex, husbandman, 
deceased, and Martha Corbett, of St. Sepul- 
chre aforesaid, spinster, daughter of Charles 
Corbett, late of same, perfumer, deceased — at 
St. Sepulchre aforesaid. 12 July, 1610. B. 

Buckeridge, Edward, and Ann Martin, of the 
city of Westminster, spinster. 5 Jan. 164|. 
D. 

Buckeridgfe, George, haberdasher, and Susan 
Studlye, of St. Bride, London, spinster, 
daughter of Thomas Studley, of Shrewsbury, 
CO. Salop, draper — at St. Bride aforesaid. 15 
Feb. 159f B. 

Buckeridge, Nicholas, of Bradwell, Esses, clerk, 
bachelor, 30, and Hellena Amhurst, spinster, 
22, daughter of Nicholas Amhurst, of East 
Parley, Kent, gent., who consents — at East 
Farley, or Langley, co. Kent. 2 June, 1679. 
F. 

Buckeridge, William, of Westham, Esses:, mei*- 
chant, bachelor, 34, and Mary Hornby, of 
St. Edmond-the-Kiug, London, spinster, 17, 
daughter of Joseph Hornby, of same, gold- 
smith, who consents, alleged by Nicholas 
Buckeridge, of Westham aforesaid, clerk — at 
St. Edmond aforesaid. 28 April, 1688. F. 

Buckett, Henry, of Ridge, co. Herts, gent., and 
Johanna Beveridge, spinster, of Edmonton, 
Middlesex — at Edmonton aforesaid. 3 Aug. 
1579. B. 

Bucket, John (? Bricket), of St. Peter, Cornhill, 
and Winifred Sutton, spinster, of St. Martin 
Pomeroy, gen. lie, 31 May, 1569. B. 

Buckhurst, Benjamin, of Ware, Herts, bargeman, 
and Agnes Ramsey, widow, of said parish, re- 
lict of — Ramsey, of same, bargeman— at 
Amwell, Herts. 23 Oct. 1584. B. 

BuckingHam, Samuel, of Worksop, co. Notts, 
clerk, bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. Mary 
Vaux, of Whipsnead, co. Beds, spinster, about 
25, and at own disposal — at Tottenham, Beds. 
11 Feb. 1674. V. 

Buckingham, William, of St. Gabriel, Fen- 
church, Loudon, tailor, and Jane White, of 
same, spinster, daughter of Richard White, 
of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, tailor — at 
St. James-in-the-Wall, London. 3 March, 
162i. B. 

Euckinghaiu, William, of St. Mildred, Poultry, 
London, bachelor, 24, and Susanna Duke, of 
St. Lawrence Pountney, said city, spinster, 
18, consent of her brother, Mr. John Danvers, 
of same — at St. Alphage, London. 12 Sept. 
1685. F. 

Eucklande, John, yeoman, and Elizabeth Ware, 
widow, now of the City of Loudon, relict of 
William Ware, late of Chedingstone, Kent, yeo- 
man — at St. Antholin, London. 25 March, 
1586. B. 

Buckle, Christopher, of St. Catherine-by-the- 
Tower, of London, and Alice Buntinge, of 
Stepney— at Stepney. 2 Feb, 157';. B. 



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Buckle, Lewis, of Inner Temple, gent., bachelor, 
about 21, and Mary Lewis, of Banatead, 
Surrey, spinster, about 14, consent of 
Cliristopher Buckle, esq., father of said 
Lewis Buckle, and executor of the last will, 
&c., of her grandfather. Sir William Lewis, 
knight, deceased, who did leave her what 
portion she hath, her parents dead — at Ban- 
stead aforesaid. 14 Dec. 1G77. V. 

Buckle, Thomas, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, Londou, 
cooper, and Mary Cansfield, widow of Mar- 
maduke Cansfield, feltmaker — at St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf. IG Nov. 1612. B. 

Buckler, Stephen, of St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex, bachelor, 21, and Sarah Heath, spinster, 

20, daughter of William Heath, of same, gent., 
who consents^at St. Clement Danes, afore- 
said ; or Gray's Inn chapel. 26 June, 1665. 
F. 

Buckler, Walter (Buclcr), and Lady Katherine 
Tame, of diocese of Gloucester. 25 Sept. 1546. 
F. 

Buckley, George, of All Hallows, Lombard Stree't, 
London, bachelor, 34, and Mary Gunter, of 
St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, 24, at her own 
disposal — at St. Andrew aforesaid, or ... . 
29 Sept. 1701. F. 

Buckley, Hugh, of St. Bride, London, haberdasher, 
and Anne Baskerfield, of Great St. Bartholo- 
mew, London, spinster, daughter of — Basker- 
field, deceased — at St. Bride, London. 10 Oct. 
1620. B. 

Buckley, John, and Elizabeth Wright, spinster, of 
the City of London — at Christchurch, Newgate. 
31 July, 1573. B. 

Buckley, John, of Plymouth, co. Devon, clerk, 
M. A., bachelor, 22, and Joane Glanvile, spinster, 

21, daughter of Thomas Glanvile, late of same, 
merchant, deceased, and her mother also — at 
Plymouth parish church. 26 March, 1633. F. 

Buckley, Peter, and Julian Sample, widow, of 
Stepney — at St. Botolph, Aldgate. 14 Sept. 
1579. B. 

Buckley, Richard, of St. Martin, Ludgate, mer- 
chant taylor, bachelor, about 25, and Mary 
Clements, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster, 
.about 18, consent of father, John Clements, of 
same, esq., at St. Clement Danes. 25 Sept. 
1661. V. 

Buckley, William, of the City of London, iron- 
monger, and Elizabeth Lentou, spinster, of 
same — at St. Stephen, Walbrook. 5 Dec. 1579. 
B. 

Buckmaster, William, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
London, silk weaver, and Joane Smith, of 
same, spinster, daughter of Richard Finch 
\^sic and so in margin], of same, brickmaker — 
at St. Andrew-in-the-Wardrobe, London. 8 
April, 1626. B. 

Bucknall, John, of Oxley, Herts, bachelor, 26, 
and Elizabeth Graham, spinster, 20, daughter 
of Thomas Graham, of St. Peter-le-Poor, 
Londou, esq., who consents — at Oxley afore- 
said. 31 Jan. 168|. F. 

Bucknall, Sir John, of Oxley, Herts, widower, 
and Mary Reade, of Brockett Hall, said county, 
spinster, 30, at her own disposal — at St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 24 Sept. 1694. 
F. 

Bucknall, Jonathan (Bucknell), of St. Mary, 
Savoy, gent., bachelor, about 40, and Anne 
Sanderson, of B . . . Wood, co. Herts, spinster, 
about 25, at own disposal — at any parish 
church in St. Albans, Herts. 20 Oct. 1666. 
V. 



Bucknall, Ralph, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
widower, and Elizabeth Birch, spinster, about 
20, daughter of John Birch, of Whitburne, co. 
Hereford, esq., who consents — at Whitburne 
aforesaid or ... . 30 April, 1670. F. 

Bucknall, Richard, and Sarah Gardiner, of city 
of Westminster, spinster. 16 Sept. 1639. D. 

Bucknall, Samuel, of Bromley, co. Kent, gent., 
bachelor, about 28, and Anne Fisher, of the 
city of Rochester, spinster, about 21, with 
consent of her mother, Mrs. Anne Fisher, 
widow — at St. Nicholas, in Rochester aforesaid. 
25 June, 1679, V. 

Bucknam, John, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, tailor, and Lydia Cacott, spinster, 
daughter of John Cacott, of St. Margaret, 
Westminster, yeoman — at St. Faith, London. 
31 Dec. 1616. B. 

Buckner, William, gent., of Mertham, co. 
Surrey, bachelor, 30, and Jane Wood, of same, 
widow, 32 — at St Bennet or St. Peter, Paul's 
Wharf. 19 March, 163^. B. 

Bucks, William, of South Weald, co. Essex, 
yeoman, and Martha Ramsey, of Blackmore, 
snid count}', spinster, daughter of John 
Ramsey, of Shelley, said county, yeoman — at 
Blakmore aforesaid. 23 Feb. 162|. B. 

Bucksfcon, Robert, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
widower, 60, and Ann Adams, of same, widow, 
60 — at Knightsbridge chapel. 20 June, 1668. 
B. 

Buckton, William (Bacton), of Chelmsford, and 
Sabina Hunteman, of Ingaratone, gen. lie, 
6 Feb. 156|. B. 

Buckworth., Edmund, of the city of Westminster, 
gent., widower, and Anne Denny, of same, 
widow — at Stratford, Bow, Middlesex, or the 
Inner Temple church, London. 25 Sept. 
1667. F. 

Buckworth, John, of St. Andrew Undershaft, 
merchant, widower, about 40, and Ester ? 
[more like Elter] Goodyeare, of St. Olave, 
Hart Street, spinster, about 34, and at own 
disposal — at St. Olave aforesaid. 4 Jan. 
166L. V. 

Budd, Obadiah, of Guilford, co. Surrey, draper, 
widower, about 27, and Mrs. Anne Withers, 
of same, spinster, about 20, with consent of 
her guardian, Mr. John Hill, of same, her 
parents dead — at St. George, Botolph Lane, 
London. 21 May, 1679. V. 

Buddell, Adam (Buddie), of Hadley, Suffolk, gent., 
widower, about 50, and Mrs. Elizabeth Mills, 
of St. Bartholomew-the-Less, London, widow, 
about 52 — at St. Mary, Magdalene, Old Fish 
Street, St. Sepulchre or Great St. Bartholo- 
mew. 7 June, 1672. V. 

Buddell, Henry, beer brewer, of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, and Phillis Hutton, spinster, of St. 
Botolph, Aldersgate, daughter of Richard 
Hutton, late of Fenn Stanton, co. Cambridge, 
yeoman, deceased, gen. lie, 4 Feb. 158^. B. 

Budden, George, of St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex, bachelor, 38, and Mary Collis, spinster, 
24, living with her uncle, William Ridges, of 
St. Sepulchre, London, esq., who consents — 
at St. Anne, Blackfriars, or St. Bartholomew- 
the-less, London. 31 Aug. 1666. F. 

Budge, William, gent., bachelor, 22, son of Thomas 
Budge, of Linckinghorne, co. Cornwall, gent., 
who consents, and Joane Clementson, of St. 
Dunstan-in-the-West, London, spinster, 18, 
daughter of John Clementson, of same, cord, 
wainer, who consents — at Andrew - in - the - 
Wardrob?, London. 28 April, 1624. B. 



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Bu£forde, Christopher, of Writtell, and Elizabeth 
Boya, spinster, of Ilalsted, gen. lie., 23 Jan. 
lo7§. B. 

Bugge, Edward, sen., of Harlow, Essex, gent., 
and Joyce Ramson, widow, of Chingford, relict 
of John Ramson, of same, gent. — at Harlow 
aforesaid — 14 July, 1585. B. 

Buggin, William, of St. Andrew, Holborn, citizen 
and vintner, bachelor, about 22, and Anne 
Lidgold, of Kingston-on-Thames, Sun-ey, 
spinster, about 23, at own disposal — at parish 
church or chapel of Lincoln's Inn. 10 Oct. 
1G73. V. 

Buggs, Anthony, esq., of Harlow, Essex, bachelor, 
28, and Frances Kyrton, of Hampton, Middle- 
sex, maiden, 17, daughter of Daniel Kyrton, of 
Castle Gary, Somerset, esq., who died about a 
dozen years ago, consent of her mother, the 
Lady Varnam, wife of Sir Robert Varuam, of 
the Court, attested by Edward Kyrton, esq., 
of Castle Cary, brother of said Frances, and 
son of said Lady Varuam, consent also of 
father of said Anthony Buggs^at Tuddington, 
Middlesex. 3 Sept. 1606. B. 

Bulkeley, John (Bulkle), of Ealing, Middlesex, 
clerk, widower, about 40, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Okes, of East Smithiield, London, widow, 
about 30 — at Harrow-on-thc-Hill, co. Middle- 
sex. 6 Sept. 1667. Y. 

Bulkeley, Joseph, of Farsett, co. Huntingdon, 
gent., widower, 40, and Susannah Balguy, of 
CO. Stamford, Lincoln, spinster, 30, her father 
dead, and at her own disposal — at St. Mary, 
Abchurch, London. 7 Nov. 1662. F. 

Bulkeley, the Hon. Richard, of Baron Hill, co. 
Anglesey, esq., bachelor, about 21, son of 
the Rt. Hon. the Lord Viscount Bulkeley, who 
consents, and the Hon. the Lady Bridget 
Bertie, spinster, about 20, with consent of 
her brother, the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Abing- 
don — at St. Jamc?, Westminster, or the chapel 
thereto belonging, or ... . 12 Feb. 170-|. F. 

Bulkeley, William, esq., bachelor, about 20, son 
and heir apparent of John Bulkeley, esq., of 
Burgott, CO. Southampton, deceased, with 
consent of John Trenchard, esq., of Middle 
Temple, his guardian, and Martha Dewy, 
maiden, 17, with consent of her father, James 
Dew}', esq., of St. Martin-in-the-Ficlds — at 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 19 Nov. 1677. B. 

Bull, Anthony, of St. Martin, Ludgate, and Grace 
Starling, widow, of St. Martin-le-Grand — at 
St. Leonard, Foster Lane. 22 Nov. 1606. D. 

Bull, Charles, of Lincoln's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
about 22, and Mrs. Elizabeth Markham, of 
Sedgebrook, co. Lincoln, spinster, about 21, 
her parents dead — at Highgatc, Middlesex. 
28 July, 1G69. V. 

Bull, Edward, of the city of Westminster, gent., 
bachelor, 37, and Anne Steynor, spinster, 21, 
her parents dead — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, 
or St. Botolph, Billingsgate, London. 27 Julv, 
1663. F. 

Bull, Henry, chandler, and Anne Hawkins, of the 
City of London, spinster, daughter of Anne 
Hawkins, of Uxbridge, Middlesex, widow — at 
St. Andrew - in - the - Wardrobe, London. 11 
March, 161f. B. 

Bull, John, of Middle Temple, gent., and Lucy 
Davyes, widow, relict of Randall Davies, late 
of St. Sepulchre, silk-weaver, gen. lie, 24 Oct. 
1586. B. 

Bull, John, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, porter, 
and Alice Baker, of St. Ethclburgh, widow of 
Richard Baker, of same porter, gen. lie, 26 
July, 1588. B. 



Bull, John, of Clifford's Inn, gent., and Margaret 
Goodriche, widow, relict of Thomas Goodriche, 
late of Bury St. Edmunds, gent. 25 Nov. 
1597. D. 

Bull, Mr. John, doctor of music, of the Strand, 
and organist of his Majesty's chapel, bachelor, 
47 or 48, and Elizabeth Walter, of the Strand, 
maiden, about 24, daughter of — Walter, 
citizen of London, deceased, she attending 
upon the Rt. Hon. the Lady Marchioness of 
Winchester — at Christchurch, London. 22 
Dec. 1607. B. 

Bull, John, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, 
porter, and Blithe Fillis, of same, spinster, 
daughter of — Fillis, deceased — at St. Botolph, 
aforesaid. 4 Jan. 161|^. B. 

Bull, Sir John, knight, of St. Peter-le-Poor, 
widower, and Mrs. Elizabeth Turner, of St. 
Bride, spinster, 21, consent of her father, 
Richard Turner, esq. — at St. Andrcw-in-the- 
Wardrobe, St. Nicholas, Cole Abbey, or Bishop 
of London's chapel in Aldersgate Street, 
13 Dec. 1717. B. [Mem. that they were 
married at the Bishop of London's chapel on 
the 14th Dec] 

Bull, Josias, of North Cray, Kent, gent., bachelor, 
24, and Anne Yates, spinster, 21 and upwards, 
daughter of Robert Yates, late of Bardsmere 
Green, in said county, clerk, M.A., deceased, 
and her mother also — at St. Botolph, Billings- 
gate, London, or Newington, Middlesex. 19 
Feb. 163|. F. 

Bull, Miles, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, esq., 
widower, about 34, and Mrs. Mary Cracherode, 
of Topsficld, Essex, spinster, about 19, consent 
of mother, Dorothy Cracherode, widow — at 
Furchingfield, or Bardfield, co. Essex. 4 April, 
1667. V. 

Bull, Philip, of Trinity, Miuories, London, mer- 
chant, and Elizabeth Plant, of same, widow of 
John Plant — at St. Benet, Paul's Wharf, 
London. 23 Aug. 1626. B. 

Bull, Ralph, of Waltham Holy Cross, co. Essex, 
draper, and Helen Baker, of same, widow of 
Edward Baker, clerk, late curate of Barneston, 
CO. Essex^at Barneston aforesaid. 11 Aug. 
1604. B. 

Bull, Richard, of St. Margaret, Westminster, joiner, 
and Alice Price, of same, spinster — at same. 
29 March, 1608. D. 

Bull, Richard, of Hertford, Herts, gent., bachelor, 
about 25, and Mrs. Mary Pierrepont, of River- 
head, in the parish of Sevenoaks, Kent, 
spinster, about 21, her mother's consent— at 
St. Andrew, Holborn. 28 Nov. 1668. V. 

Bull, Robert, of St. Clement Danes, London, gent., 
and Grace Paget, of St. Stephen, Walbrook, 
London — at St. Stephen aforesaid. 30 Nov. 
1550. B. 

Bull, Simon, grocei', and Susan Bond, of Christ- 
church, London, spinster, daughter of John 
Bond, of St. Lawrence, Ipswich, co. Suffolk— 
at St. Peter, Westcheap, London. 16 June, 
1623. B. 

Bull, Thomas, of St. Dunstan-in-the-Wesfc, London, 
yeoman, and Elizabeth Roberts, of same, 
spinster, daughter of — Roberts, late of 
Shrewsbury, co. Salop, clothier, deceased — at 
St. Dunstan-in-the-West aforesaid. 21 Nov. 
1601. B. 

Bull, William, and Philippa Cawod. — July, 1547. 
F. 

Bull, William, of St. Bride, London, cutler, and 
Elizabeth Peters, of same, spinster — at St. 
Mary Mounthaw, London. 19 Aug. 1626. B. 

BuUard, Ralph, and Anne Salloway, of the city 
of Westminster, widow. 19 July, 1639. D. 



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BuUen, Henry, husbandman, and Margaret 
Skinner, widow of Thomas Skinner, late of 
Hartley, co. Kent, husbandman, deceased — at 
St. Mary, Abchurch, London. 8 Aug. 1621. B. 

BuUer, Alexander, of St. Leonard, Foster-lane, 
London, tailor, and Alice Ford, of same, widow 
of — Ford, late of same, cordwainer — at same. 
19 Jan. 162f . B. 

BuUer, Anthony, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, 30, and Margaret Hart, of same, 
widow, 39 — at Trinity chapel, in the parish of 
St. Martin aforesaid. 25 March, 1706. B. 

BuUer, Francis, of Shillingham, co. Cornwall, esq., 
and Katherine Maynard, relict of Sir John 
Maynard, knight, late of Tooting, co. Surrey, 
deceased, aged about 30 — at any parish church 
in CO. Essex. 21. Sept. 1666. F. 

BuUer, Francis, jun., of Iselam, co. Cambridge, 
esq., bachelor, about 19, and Mary Maynard, 
spinster, about 13, daughter of Sir John 
Maynard, deceased, with consent of the parents 
of said i3arties, alleged by John Pengelly, of 
Iselam aforesaid, gent. — at Iselam Cheevely, 
or Lauvard, co. Cambridge. 5 Dec. 1670. F. 

BuUer, Frederick Thomas, esq., of Gloucester 
Place, Middlesex, bachelor, above 21, and the 
Eight Hon. Lady Agnes Percy, spinster, above 
21, spec, lie, 15 Aug. 1821. F. 

BuUer, George, esq., of Middle Temple, bachelor, 
33, and Mary Hanger, of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
East, spinster, 15, daughter of George Hanger, 
of same, merchant, who consents — at Enfield, 
Middlesex, or St. Dunstan-in-the-East. 3 April, 
1643. B. 

BuUer, John, gent., of St, Martin-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, 25, and Margaret Cooke, of same, 
spinster, 22, her parents dead — at St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf, or St. Mary Mounthaw. 23 Sept. 
1641. B. 

BuUer, Thomas, servant to John Freeman of the 
Queen's pi-ivate kitchen, and Agnes Adye, of 
St. Margaret, Westminster, spinster, " foemi- 
nam innuptam et coelibem." 19 May, 1580. 
D. 

BuUer, Thomas, of Stepney, Middlesex, sailor, and 
Anne Simons, of same, widow of Eichard 
Simons, late of same, ship-carpenter — at same. 
12 May, 1632. B. 

Btillfinch, John, of Wapping, Middlesex, gent., 
bachelor, about 28, and Mary Eeeves, of same, 
spinster, 21 and upwards, her parents dead — ■ 
at Wapping chapel, co. Middlesex. 26 Jan. 
167^. V. 

BuUingham, John, of St. Mary Aldermary, 
London, and Audrey Downes, of St. Thomas- 
the-Apostle, London, spinster — at St. Faith, 
London, 27 Oct. 1G2G. B. 

Eullivant, William, of St. Swithiu, London, 
bachelor, 26, and Lydia Eogors, spinster, 20, 
daughter of Joane Eogers, of Edmonton, 
Middlesex, widow, who consents — at Edmonton 
or Tottenham High Cross, Middlesex. 15 June, 
1661. P. 

Bullock, Edward (Bullocke), of Great Wigborow, 
CO. Essex, yeoman, and Bridget Policy, spinster, 
of same — at St. Bride, Fleet Street. 15 Sept. 
1581. B. 

Bullock, Edward (Bullocke), of Faulkbourne, 
Essex, esq., bachelor, about 26, and Elizabeth 
Bolton, of Chelsea, Middlesex, spinster, about 
18, consent of her grandfather, — Byde, of 
same, esq. — at St. Margaret, Westminster, or 
St. Martin-in-the-Pields. 13 July, 1661. V. 

Bullock, Edward, of Halkbourne Hall, co. Essex, 
esq., widower, and Mary, Child, of Wanstead, 
of said county, spinster, 22, at her own dis- 
posal — at St, James, Clerkenwell, or ... . 
11 Feb. 169t. F. 



Bullock, Gyles (Bullocke), of St. Mary, Savoy, 
cordwainer, widower, about 40, and Susanna 
Leigb, of St. Botolph [gone], London, widow, 
about 40 — at St. Mary, Islington, St. Andrew 
Undershaft, or St. Helen, London. 8-12 Oct. 
1666. V. 

Bullock, Hugh (Bullocke), of Stepney, co. Middle- 
sex, mariner, and Alice Nashe, of same, 
spinster, daughter of — Nashe, late of same, 
mai'iner, deceased — at St. Margaret, New Pish 
Street, London. 19 Sept. 1603. B. 

Bullock, John, and Amye Pollye, spinster, of 
Great Wygborowe, co. Essex — at St. Michael, 
Wood Street. 13 Sept. 1576. B. 

Bullock, John, yeoman, of South Hanningfield, 
CO. Essex, and Mary Humfrey, widow, of 
same, relict of Robert Humfrey, late of same, 
yeoman, gen. lie, 2 April, 1588. B. 

Bullock, John (Bullocke), esq., of Inner Temple, 
bachelor, 30, and Katharine Fanshawe, maiden, 
18, daughter of Thomas Fanshawe, of Christ 
Church, Loudon, esq., deceased, consent of 
her mother, Mrs. Joane Fanshawe, and her 
brother, Thomas Fanshawe, esq. — at Barking, 
Essex, where said mother of said Katharine 
liveth. 27 June, 1608. B. 

Bullock, John, of Whitechapel, Middlesex, gent., 
widower, about 27, and Mary Watmore, of 
same, widow, about 27 — at St. Catherine Cree- 
church, London. 25 May, 1666. V. 

Bullock, Peter (Bullocke), and Edith Waltham, 
widow, of the City of London, gen. lie, 13 Dec. 
1570. B. 

Bullock, Richard (Bullocke), of St. Leonard, 
Shoreditch, Middlesex, eilk throstcr, and 
Elizabeth Charnocke, of same, widow of 
Robert Charnocke — at St. Botolph, Bishops- 
gate, London. 18 Jnly, 1626. B. 

Bullock, Robert, of Trinity, Minorics, London, 
esq., widower, and Frances Burdett, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, spinster, above 21, daughter 
of Sir Francis Burdett, bart., who consents — 
at St. Andrew aforesaid, or .... 27 July, 
1698. F. 

Bullock, William (Bullocke), of St. Mary 
Somerset, London, yeoman, and Ellen Cassey, 
of same, spinster, daughter of John Cassey, of 
Willosey, co. Northampton, yeoman, gen. lie. 
10 Nov. 1589. B. 

BuUvan, William, of London, leather dresser, and 
Margaret Swinborne, of Bricklingscy, co. 
Essex, widow of Thomas Swinborne, late of 
same, vintner, gen. lie. 28 May, 1596. B. 

BuUye, Thomas, of the City of London, and Anno 
Bickerton, widow, of St. Botolph, Bishops- 
gate, to marry there. 17 Oct. 1579. B. 

Bulmer, William, of Ashridge, Bucks, gent., 
widower, about 68, and Mrs. Mary Bradley, of 
Bridgewater House, London, spinster, about 
24— at St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street. 
27 March, 1675. V. 

Bulstrode, Whitlock, of the Inner Temple, gent., 
bachelor, about 24, and Mrs. Elizabeth Dineley, 
of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, spinster, about 21, 
her parents dead — at St. Mary, Savoy, or 
chapels of Whitehall or Marylebone, Middle- 
sex. 2 June, 1675. V. 

Bulstrode, Sir William, knight, of the City of 
London, widower, 50, and Mary Brooke, of St. 
Olave, Hart Street, 47, widow of Charles 
Brooke, late of Templecome, co. Somerset, 
esq., who died a year since — at St. Andrew 
Hubbard, London. 30 Jan. 161?. B. 

Bulstrode, Sir William, knight, of Uppingham, 
CO. Rutland, widower, 66, and Anno Bannister, 
of Hackney, Middlesex, 58, widow of Henry 
Bannister, esq., deceased — at St. Anne, Black- 
friars. 22 May, 1629. B. 



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Bulteel, John, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., bachelor, about 38, and Mrs. Mary 
Woodward, of St. Andrew, Ilolborn, sinnster, 
about 21, and at own disposal — at St. Mary, 
Savoy. 30 March, 1675. V. 

Bumsted, John, of London, yeoman, and Eliza- 
beth Basford, of St. Olave, Hart street, 
London, spinster, daughter of — Basford, 
late of London, gent., deceased, gen. lie, 
6 April, 1594. B. 

Bunberry, Thomas, pent., of Stepney, bachelor, 
25, and Anne Warbcrton, of same, spinster, 
18, consent of father, Peter Warberton, gent. 

— at St. Mary, Whitechapel, or St. Thomas 
Apostle, London. 22 June, 1643. B. 

Bunce, James, of Greenwich, Kent, esq 

about 28, and Dorothy Hugesson, spinster, 
about 17, consent of father. Sir William 
Hugesson, knight of Lingsted, co. Kent — at 
Lingsted-0-Henden, or Newton, co. Kent. 4 
Dec. 1661. V. 

Bunclie, William, sailor, and Millicent Edmunds, 
spinster, of diocese of London, daughter of 

— Edmunds, of Rochester, co. Kent, sailor, 
— at Stepney, Middlesex. 17 Sept. 1596. 
B. 

Bunclier, John, of Furthoe, co. Northampton, 
gent., and Mary Macham, of town of 
Buckingham, spinster, and at own disposal — at 
Thorubrou2:h, Bucks, or Furthoo aforesaid. 
13 Aug. 1677. V. 

Buncker, Edward, of St. Catherine Coleman, 
carpenter, and Margaret Rowdon, spinster, of 
St. Botolph, Billingsgate, daughter of John 
Rowdon, late of Kirton, co. Devon, weaver, 
deceased — at St. George, Botolph Lane. 7 
Nov. 1584. B. 

Bundocke, William, of Rettendon, co. Essex, hus- 
bandman, widower, and Kathcrino Churche, 
of same, widow — at St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
Middlesex. 14 May, 1611. B. 

Bungrave, Philip (Burgrave in Vic. -Gen. book), 
gent., of Stepney, bachelor, 25, and Casia 
Franck, spinster, 19, daughter of Isaac Franck, 
of same, gent., attested by James Hewetson, 
gent., of St. Andrew Undershaft — at St. 
Leonard, Shoreditch. 14 Dec. 1616. B. 

Eunney, Peter, tailor, parish of the Savoy, Middle- 
sex, and Elizabeth Stockbridge, spinster, of St. 
Martin-in-the-Vintry, London, daughter of 
Nicholas Stockbridge, merchant, of Ncwiugton 
CO. Surrey, gen. lie, 7 May, 1588. B. 

Bimston, Thomas, of Colliton, co. Devon, gent., 
bachelor, about 24, and Margaret Barnes, of 
Honiton, said county, spinster, about 26, and 
at own dispose — at Colliton or Honiton afore- 
said. 4 Sept. 1672. V. 

Bunting*, Francis, of Southwark, Surrey, 
scrivener, widower, about 50, and Margaret 
Mannester, of same, widow, about 50 — at 
Beddington, Surrey. 26 Sept. 1666. V. 

Buutinge, John, of Runwell, and Agnes Adyug- 
sall, of Harward Stock, diocese of London — at 
St. Faith, London. 21 July, 1556. B. 

Buntinge, Robert, of Hatfield Peverell, Essex, 
turner, and Jane Browne, of same, widow of 
Geoffrey Browne, of same, gen. lie, 2 Feb. 
159|. B. 

Bunworth, Thomas, of Barkston, co. Lincoln, 
gent., widower, about 35, and Helena Izodd, 
of the city of Lincoln, widow, about 35 — at 
Hattonfordbury, Herts. 19 May, 1662. V. 



Bunyon, John [subs, with x ], of Eaton, co. Beds, 
Ijachelor, about 24, and Anne Carter, of 
Barnet, Herts, spinster, aged 18, consent of 
father, Andrew Carter, of same, innholder — 
at St. Gregory, or St. Margaret, Lothbury, 
London. 5 May, 1663. V. 

Banyon, Robert, gent., of Royston, Herts, 
liachelor, 23, consent of his father, Barnard 
Bunyon, and Margaret Baynes, of same, 
spinster, 22, consent of her father, Richard 
Bavnes — at St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish 
Street. 5 July, 1640. B. 

Burbage, Edmund, yeoman, and Mildred Oking- 
foulde, now of City of London, spinster, 
daughter of John Okingfolde, of Farnham, 
■ CO. Kent, yeoman, gen. lie, 16 Jan. 158f . B. 

Burbage, Edward (Burbidge), white baker, and 
Anne Pricstman, of London, Avidow, of Robert 
Priestman, of St. Catherine Creechurch, said 
city, plasterer — at St. Catherine aforesaid. 
17 March, 161|. B. 

Burbage, Thomas, of the diocese of Hertford, 
and Elinor Lee, of the diocese of London. 
3 Feb. 154|. F. 

Burbedge, Henry, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London, carpenter, and Elizabeth Bracken, 
of same, widow of Christopher Bracken, 
carpenter — at St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 
Loudon. 11 Sept. 1619. B. 

Burbery, Ezekiel, of St. Stephen, Coleman 
Street, London, vintner, and Anne Adnitt, 
of the Savoy, Middlesex, widow of — Adnitt, 
late of same, stockingseller — at St. Sejralchre, 
London. 2 July, 1604. B. 

Burchett, John, of London, and Cicilia Cooke, 
of Westminster, widow [bond of John 
Palmer, of St. Magnus-the-Martyr, London, 
fishmonger]. 26 April, 1571. D. 

Burchiss, George, and Johanna Drew, of St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 14 April, 1571. D. 

Burcombe, Daniel, of Old Sodbury, co. Gloucester, 
gent., widower, about 40, and Mrs. Mary 
Ridley, of Dointon, said county, sjiinster, 30 
and upwards, and at own disposal — at 
Dointon aforesaid. 21 Juno, 1675. V. 

Burd. See also Bird. 

Burd, Arthur (Burde), ironmonger, and Elizabeth 
Merricke, spinster, daughter of Thomas 
Merricke, of South Myms, Herts, maltman — 
at Christchurch, Newgate. 15 April, 15S3. 
B. 

Burd, Robert, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 25, son of William Burd, 
of same, gent., who alleges, and Elizabeth 
Guidott, spinster, 18, daughter of Sarah 
Guidott, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
widow, who consents — at St. Martin, or St. 
Giles-in-the-Fields, St. Mary, Savoy, or St. 
Paul, Covent Garden, Middlesex. 26 May, 
1676. F. 

Burdett, Francis, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, 24, and Elizabeth Johnson, of same, 
widow — at St. James, Clerkenwell. 15 Api-il, 
1675. B. 

Burdett, George, of Thorne, co. York, bachelor, 
27, and Sarah Garford, spinster, 24, daughter 
of William Garford, of St. Bride, London, 
gent., who consents — at St. Bartholomew-the- 
Less, or the Temple Church, London. 4 July, 
1065. F. 

Burdett, Jerome (Burdet), and Margaret Tottyll, 
of Colechurch, City of London. 23 Feb. 154f . 
F. 

Burdett, Richard, gent., of Inner Temple, 
bachelor, 23, and Susau Fowler, of St. Bride, 
spinster, 20, consent of her mother, a widow — 
at St. Gilca-in-the-Fields. 7 June, 1632. B. 



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Burdett, Richard, of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent., 
bachelor, about 21, his parents dead, and Mrs. 
Mary Marsh, of Tottcridge, Herts, spinster, 
about 24, and at own disposal — at Barnett, co. 
Herts, or Gray's Inn chapel, Middlesex. 10 
Aug. 1669. V. 

Burdett, Richard (Burditt), of Totteridge, Herts, 
bachelor, 23, and Elizabeth Nicoll, spinster, 
19, daughter of Thomas Nicoll, of same, gent., 
who consents — at St. Mildred, Bread Street, 
London, or ... . 24 Jan. Ifgf . F. 

Burdett, Robert, of Lincoln's Inn, gent., widower, 
and Margaret Muffett, of Tottenham High 
Cross, Middlesex, widow — at Tottenham afore- 
said, St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, or 
.... 17 May, 1686. F. 

Burdon, Robert, of St. Margaret, New Fish 
Street, London, widower, and Sarah Flint, of 
St. Anne, Blackfriars, London, spinster — at 
St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 19 Oct. 
1661. B. 

Burfield, Fabian, of St. Botolph, Aldgatc, London, 
embroiderer, and Martha Goodram, of same, 
widow of Richard Goodram, lato of St. 
Duustan-in-the-West, London, cutter — at St. 
Nicholas, Cole Abbey, London. 28 Nov. 1609. 
B. 

Burford, Edward, of St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex, merchant taylor, and Anne Goodyeare, of 
same, widow of John Goodyeare — at St. 
Mildred, Bread Street, London. 23 Jan. 162*, 
B. 

Burford, William, of St. Nicholas, Cole Abbey, 
London, clothworker, and Anne Hntchins, of 
St. Trinity-the-Lcss, widow of Moses Hutchins, 
late of same, clothworker — at St. Trinity afore- 
said. 9 Dec. 1601. B. 

Burgany, John, gent., of St. Clement Danes, 
bachelor, 23, and Tomasine Hayes, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, spinster, 22, consent of 
mother, Anne Ray alias Hayes — at St. Faith- 
the- Virgin, London. 16 May, 1638. B. 

Burgfes, Abraham, of St. Dunstan-in-the-East, 
London, citizen and gunmaker, bachelor, about 
26, and Mrs. Rebecca Oldfield, of St. Martin, 
CO. Middlesex, spinster, about 17, with consent 
of her mother, her own father being dead — at 
St. Margaret, Westminster, or Chapel of Ease 
thereto belonging. 24 Dec. 1678. V. 

Burges, Deane, of St. Martin Pomeroy, London, 
gent., bachelor, about 23, and Elizabeth 
Savage, of St. Bartholomew Exchange, widow, 
about 26— at St. Giles, Crioplegate, St. Alban, 
Wood Street, or ... . 22 Dec. 1663. V. 

Burges, Edward, of Sonthwick, co. Southampton, 
gent., widower, about 45, and Sarah Edwards, 
of same, widow — at same. 24 May, 1676. V. 

Burges, James (Burdges), of Ratcliffe parish, 
Stepney, co. Middlesex, sailor, and Thomasine 
Kirbie, of same, spinster, daughter of Olive 
Kirbie, of same, widow, gen. lie, 14 May, 1596. 
B. 

Burges, Jeremiah, clerk, 'rector of Okeley Parva, 
CO. Essex, and Penelope Mannocke, spinster, 
daughter of Anthony Mannocke, deceased — at 
Okeley aforesaid. 9 Sep. 1618. B. 

Burges, John (Burgis), cook, and Mary Cotton, 
widow — at St. Dunstan-in-the-West. 23 July, 
1580. B. 

Burges, John, gent., of Sutton Colton, co. 
Warwick, bachelor, 25, and Elizabeth Smith, 
of St. Michael Basishaw, spinster, 19, daughter 
of Cleophas Smith, lato of City of Loudon, 
draper, deceased, she at disposal of the Lord 
Mayor and aldermen — at St. Michael Basishaw. 
17 May, 1628. B. 



Burges, John (Burgis), of St. Sepulchre, London, 
gent., widower, about 42, and Mrs. Mary 
Oswin, of Aldenham, Herts, widow, about 29 — 
at Aldenham aforesaid. 16 April, 1672. V. 

Burges, Josiah (Burgis), mariner, and Thomasin 
Pope, of All Hallows Barking, London, 
spinster, daughter of William Pope, late of 
Plymouth, deceased — at All Hallows Barking 
aforesaid. 23 Jan. 161f. B. 

Burges, Obadiah, of St. Peter-in-Marlborough, co. 
Wilts, gent., bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. 
Susanna Dyer, of same, spinster, about 19, her 
parents dead — at St. Peter-in-Marlborough 
aforesaid. 15 Nov. 1671. V. 

Burges, Robert (Burgis), of Lyme Regis, co. 
Norfolk, gent., bachelor, about 24, and Joane 
Pitcher, of St. Andrew, Holborn, about 28, 
widow of Richard Pitcher, late of same, silk- 
man — at St. Leonard, Shoreditch, or St. 
Botolph, Bishopsgate. 26 Nov. 1632. F. 

Burges, Thomas (Burgis), of the queen's kitchen, 
and Catherine Garishe, of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, spinster. 15 Feb. 156f. D. 

Burges, Thomas (Burgys), husbandman, and 
Elizabeth Mylls, sj)inster, now of the City of 
London, daughter of Michael Mylls, of Oxted, 
CO. [Surrey, husbandman, gen. lie, 27 April, 
1590. B. 

Burges, Thomas, of City of Westminster, gent., 
bachelor, 34, and Elizabeth Keyser, of St. 
Sepulchre, spinster, 25, daughter of John 
Keyser, of St. Andrew, Holborn, goldsmith, 
who consents— at St. Mary Somerset. 6 Feb. 
162^. B. 

Burges, Thomas, of Barnard's Inn, gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. Elizabeth Hewes, 
of Hodsdon, Herts, spinster, about 16, consent 
of mother, Jane Simpson, widow — at Stepney, 
Middlesex. 21 Oct. 1667. V. 

Burges, Thomas, esq., of Hertford, Herts, 
widower, 34, and Ursula Barton, of St. 
Martin, Ludgate, London, widow, about 23 — 
at St. Andrew, Holborn, London. 4 March, 
167^. F. 

Burges, William, and Suzanna Harvie, of city of 
Westminster, spinster. 27 Jan. 1Q^%. D. 

Burges, William (Burgesse), of North Molton, co. 
Devon, gent., bachelor, about 22, and Grace 
Filler, of South Molton, in said county, 
spinster, about 16, consent of their parents — at 
South Molton aforesaid. 21 Dec. 1669. V. 

Burgh, Robert, of Gilford, Surrey, esq., about 22, 
and Mrs. Elizabeth Morrice, of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, about 24, and at own disposal — at 
All Hallows Stavning, London. 14 Dec. 1675. 
V. 

Burgh, Thomas, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
about 28, and Mrs. Sarah Robins, of Wansted, 
Essex, spinster, about 28, and at her own dis- 
posal — at Wansted aforesaid. 16 Oct. 1669. 
V. 

Burghe, John, yeoman, and Elizabeth Deade, 
spinster, of Harmondsworth, co. Middlesex, 
daughter of Richard Deade, of same, labouring 
man, gen. lie, 28 May, 1589. B. 

Burghe, John, gent., of All Hallows Barking, 
bachelor, 24, and Frances Ventreis, of St. 
Martin Outwich, spinster, 20, her father dead, 
consent of her mother, Frances Ventreis, of 
Shelford, co. Cambridge, widow — in chapel of 
St. Paul, Covent Garden. 28 April, 1640. B. 

Burghley, George, clerk, rector of St. Lawrence, 
Dangey, co. Essex, and Emma Mildmay, of 
Foulness, in said countj^, widow of John Mild- 
may, late of Prittlewell, in said county, gent., 
gen. lie, 27 Aug. 1597. B. 



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Burgfoyne, John, of Sutton, co. Beds, esq., 
bachelor, 25, and Constance Lucy, spinster, 
19, daughter of Kobert Lucj', esq., of St. 
Margaret, Westminster, who consents — at St. 
Margaret aforesaid, or Kensington or Chelsea, 
Middlesex. 18 July, 1677. F. 

Burgoyne, John, esq., of Sherborne, co. Warwick, 
bachelor, 23, and Anna Maria Bumiston, of 
Hackney, Middlesex, spinster, 19, daughter of 
Charles Burniston, of same, esq., who consents 
—at Hackney or ... . 9 Aug. 1711. F. 

Burgoyne, Eoger, esq., of Wroxhall, co. Warwick, 
bachelor, 22, and Z\Irs. Constance Middleton, of 
St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, 20, her parents 
dead, consent of her grandfather and guardian. 
Sir Stephen Langham, knight — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn. 21 Juno, 1703. B. 

Burgrave, Peter de, 1585. See Debuegeate. 

Burgrave, Philip, 1616. See Buxgeave. 

BurifiTe, John, gent., of Brightlingsey, co. Esses, 
and Katherine Barker, spinster, of same, 
daughter of John Barker, late of Nayland, co. 
Suffolk, deceased, gen. lie, 29 Aug. 1587. B. 

Burk, Francis, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Mid- 
dlesex, yeoman, and Margery Clements, of the 
City of London, widow — at St. Martin afore- 
said. 30 Sept. 1619. B. 

Burke, Ulick, gent., of the city of Westminster, 
bachelor, 27, and Priscilla Spincke, of same, 
spinster, 23, her parents dead — at St. Faith. 
17 Dec. 1611. B. 

Burkitt, Matthew, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London, brown baker, and Elizabeth Broughton, 
of All Hallows-in-the-Wall, London, spinster, 
daughter of Charles Broughton, of St. Cathe- 
rine, by the Tower of London, gent. — at All 
Hallows-in-the-Wall aforesaid. 1 Feb. 159|. 
B. 

Burlace, John, of St. Catherine Creechurch, 
London, bachelor, above 21, and Mary Spencer, 
of Pancras, ^Middlesex, spinster, above 19, 
with consent of her mother, Hannah Spencer, 
widow — at Pancras aforesaid. 4 Feb. 1756. F. 

Buries, Edward, gent., of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 21, father dead, and Mary 
Potter, of same, spinster, 22, daughter of 
Randall Potter, deceased, consent of her 
mother, Ellen Burge, alias Potter — at St. Mary 
Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London. 25 May, 
1623. B. 

Buries, William, of Maiden, co. Essex, gent., and 
Margaret Sponer, widow, of same town, relict 
of Kichard Sponer, late of Towlshunt Darcy, 
deceased, gen. lie, 17 Aug. 1586. B. 

Burley, George, 1597. See Bueghlet. 

Burley, John, esq., and Sibell Skydmore, of the 
diocese of Lincoln, widow. 4 Feb. 154f. F. 

Burley, John, of St. Catherine Creechurch, 
London, embroiderer, and Mary Averey, of 
St. Andrew Undershaft, London, spinster, 
daughter of John Averey, of Ipswich, co. Suf- 
folk, gent.— at St. Mildred-in-the-Poultry, 
London. 11 Sept. 1621. B. 

Burley, John, gent., of Stratford, Bow, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 22, and Helen Clarke, of same, 
spinster, 21, her father dead, consent of her 
mother, Elizabeth Goodman, alias Clarke — at 
St. Gregory, London. 30 June, 1634. B. 

Burlinge, William, grocer, and Isabel Lee, 
spinster, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, gen. lie, 
23 April, 1569. B. 

Burlton, Thomas, alias Burton [signed Burlton 
only], of Sambume, co. Worcester, gent., 
bachelor, 22, and Katherine Iremonger, 
spinster, about 20, daughter of AVilliam Ire- 
monger, of Burton, co. Leicester, gent., who 
consents — at Lambeth, co. Surrey, or Hack- 
ney or Clerkenwell, Middlesex. 5 Oct. 1675. F. 



Burman, Richard, of St. Clement Danes, Mid- 
dlesex, linendraper, bachelor, and Anne Bun- 
veil, of same, spinster, daughter of Walter 
Bunvell, of same, haberdasher — at St. Andrew 
Undershaft, London. 24 Aug. 1622. B. 

Burn, John, of St. Bride, London, bachelor, above 
21, and Sarah Ould, of same, spinster, above 
21— at same. 12 Dec. 1795. F. 

Burnaby, John, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, gent., 
widower, about 26, and Mary Stonell, of Cam- 
berwell, Surrey, spinster, about 26, and at 
own disposal — at St. James, Duke's Place, 
London, or Camberwell aforesaid. 13 Mav, 
1673. V. 

Burnaby, John, of Kensington, Middlesex, 
widower, and Clara Wood, of St. James, West- 
minster, spinster, 29, at her own disposal — at 
St. Margaret, Westminster. 7 May, 1700. 
F. 

Burnaby, Richard (Birrneby), gent., of St. Giles- 
in - the - Fields, bachelor, 22, and Tiberia 
Dingley, of same, spinster, 22, daughter 
of James Dingley, of . . . ., co. Cornwall, 
yeoman— at St. Faith. 25 March, 1631. B. 

Burnam, William, gent., of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, bachelor, 31, and Walsingham Smith, 
of same, widow, 33 — at St. Anne, Aldersgate, 
or St. Olave, Hart Street. 10 Dec. 1638. B. 

Burnand, William, of Uxbridge, Middlesex, 
mercer, and Johanna Hayden, widow, of same, 
relict of Henry Hayden, of same, husbandman, 
gen. lie, 11 Oct. 1587. B. 

Burne, John, 1695. See Aburxe. 

Buruell, Nicholas, cordwainer, and Margaret 
Hall, spinster, daughter of Thomas HalJ, 
deceased — at St. Andrew-in-the-Wardrobe, 
London. 13 Jan. 161f . B. 

Eurnell, Robert, baker, and Isabell Meers, 
spinster, of St. Peter, Comhill — to marry 
there. 10 Dec. 1580. B. 

Burnell, William, esq., and Ellen Goche, of the 
City of London, widow, gen. He, 21 May, 
1563. B. 

Burnett, John, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
butcher, and Anne Goldinge, of same, widow 
of Thomas Goldinge — at Hacknev, Middlesex. 
26 Feb. 162h B. 

Burnett, Nicholas, gent., of St. Clement Danes, 
bachelor, 33 [subs. Bournett], and Francis 
Bull, of same, spinster, 27 — at St. Clement 
Danes. 10 Feb. lefg. B. 

Burnett, Ralph, of St. Benet Fink, London, 
draper, and Magdalen Clerk, spinster, of 
St. Mary Woolnoth, said city, daughter of 
Thomas Clerk, of same, haberdasher, gen. lie, 
14 Nov. 1594. B. 

Burnett, William, of Stepney, Middlesex, sailor, 
and Susan Swayno, of same, widow of William 
Swayne, sailor — at Stratford, Bow, Middlesex. 
5 Sept. 1623. B. 

Burnett, William (Burnet), of Gray's Inn, gent., 
Imchelor, about 30, and Mary Ward, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, widow, about 28, at St. 
Bennet, Paul's Wharf, or St. Gregory, London. 
5 Nov. 1662. Y. 

Burnett, William, of the bail of Lincoln, gent., 
bachelor, 20, and Jane Willowes, of same, 
spinster, 22, with the consent of her parents 
and friends — at St. Paul, in the bail of Lin- 
coln, or Barling, co. Lincoln, or ... . 21 
Aug. 1683. F. 

Burneley, Henry, and Johanna Whitacers, widow, 
of St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, relict of John 
Whitacres, of same, dyer — at Islington. 
2 Oct. 1583. B. 



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Burnham, William, of East Greenwich, Kent 
gent., bachelor, 29, and Margaret Crompton 
spinster, 20, with consent of her father, of 
CO. Hereford, gent. — at St. James, Clerken 
well, or . . . ., CO. Middlesex. 2 May, 1633 
F. 

Burr, Edward (Burrc), of South Myms, Middlesex 
gent., and Alice Crompe, of St. Martin-iu-the 
Fields, widow, gen. lie, 17 Feb. 156f . B. 

Burr, Henry, of Watford, Herts, cooper, and 
Dorothy East, spinster, her parents dead — at 
St. Bride, London. 19 April, 1620. B. 

Burr, Lawrence, and Elizabeth Browne, spinster, 
of City of London — at St. Andrew-in-the- 
Wardrobe. 22 Nov. 1575. B. 

Burr, Robert, of St. Angustino-at-the-Gate, and 
Alice Harryson, spinster, of St. Bartholomew- 
le-Stocks, gen. lie, 2 Nov. 1574. B. 

Eurrard, John, of Lemiugtou, co. Southampton, 
gent., bachelor, about 21, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Button, of same, spinster, about 15, consent 
of her mother, Mrs. Mary Button, of same, 
widow — at parish church of Lemington afore- 
said, or either chapel in said parish. 4 Dec. 
1666. V. 

Burredge, Eobert, of Loudon, gent., and Eliza- 
beth Spencer, daughter of Thomas Spencer, 
of Waltham Holy Cross, co. Herts, yeoman — 
St. Leonard, Shoreditch. 13 Aug. 1594. B. 

Burrell, Abraham, of St. Martin Oi-gar, mer- 
chant, bachelor, 27, and Elizabeth Butts, of 
St. Swithin, London Stone, spinster, 18, 
daughter of Richard Butts, of Ham Court, 
Chertsey, Surrey, gent., who consents^at St. 
Swithin" aforesaid. 31 May, 1617. B. 

Burrell, John, of Stepney, mariner, and Margaret 
Ryddam, widow, late ux. James Riddam, of 
same, deceased — at same. 23 Feb. 158f . B. 

Burrell, John (Burrall), mariner, and Barbara 
Bennett, widow, of Radclyffe, parish of 
Stepney, i-elictof Peter Bennett, late of same, 
mariner — at Stepney, Middlesex. 14 March, 
I58f B. 

Burrell, Lancelot, of Lambeth, Surrey, gent., 
widower, about 43, and Anne Tillsey, of 
Greenwich, Kent, spinster, about 30, at own 
disposal^at Deptford Strand, alias West 
Greenwich. 8 Jan. 166^. V. 

Burrell, Redmayne, of Dowsby, co. Lincoln, esq., 
bachelor, about 20, consent of father, Red- 
mayne Burrell, of same, esq., and Jane Relfe, 
of Dalliugton, Sussex, spinster, about 17, con- 
sent of father, James Relfe, of same, gent. — 
at St. Foster, London, or .... 6 Aug. 1662. 
V. 

Burrell, Richard (Burrill), and Jane Clifton, of 
the city of Westminster, spinster. 27 Jan. 
163f. D. 

Burrell, Samuel, of St. Catherine, near the Tower 
of London, gent., bachelor, about 22, and 
Mrs. Joane Awdrey, of same, widow, about 21, 
— at Newington Butts, or St. George, South, 
wark, CO. Sm-rey. 7 June, 1669. V. 

Burren, Anthony, of St. Dunstan-in-the-East, 
London, merchant, widower, 36, and Susan 
Hodilow, of Hampstead, Middlesex, spinster, 
23, daughter of Richard Hodilow, of same, 
who consents — at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, or 
Gray's Inn chapel. 10 March 168f. F. 

Burroughe, Miles, of St. Andrew Undershaft, 
London, merchant taylor, bachelor, 23, and 
Elizabeth Palmer, of same, about 33, widow 
of Richard Palmer, late of same, gent. — at 
St. Gregory, London. 1 Nov. 1632. F. 



Burrough, Thomas, gent., of St. Dnnstan-in-the- 
West, bachelor, 34, son of Thomas Burroughe, 
late of Wickhambrook, co. Suffolk, gent., who 
died about 10 years since, and Elizabeth. 
Harmon, of St. Michael Basishaw, 33 or 34, 
widow of James Harmon, of same, gent., who 
died about 2 years since, attested by Anthony 
White, of same parish, goldsmith, uncle to said 
Elizabeth— at St. Mildred, Bread Street. 13 
Dec. 1610. B. 

Burrough, Thomas, gent., of St. Giles, Cripplegate, 
widower, 50, and Anne Hext, of Little Bursted, 
Essex, spinster, 38, her father dead — at Little 
Bursted aforesaid. 10 July, 1626. B. 

Burrough., Thomas (Burrow), of St. Magnus, 
London, bachelor, 28, and Jane Lethieullier, of 
St. Mary Bothaw, said city, spinster, 20, with 
consent of her father, Mr. Christopher 
Lethieullier — at Camberwell, co. Surrey, or 
.... 23 Feb. 168i. F. 

Burrough, William, jun., of Burrough, co. 
Leicester, esq., bachelor, about 28, son of 
William Burrough, of same, esq., who alleges, 
and Elizabeth Hickes, of St. Bride, London, 
spinster, about 17, consent of father, Robert 
Hickes — at St. Stephen, Herts, or .... 17 
June, 1662. Y. 

Burrough, William, of Staple Inn, London, 
bachelor, 30, and Elizabeth Burrough, of 
Ij^swich, Suffolk, spinster, 24, daughter of 
Amy Burrough, widow, who consents — at St. 
Michael, Wood Street, or St. Austin, London. 
17 Oct. 1690. F. 

Burro-wes, Christopher (Burroughes), saddler, 
and Anne Lambe, spinster, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, daughter of Christopher Lambe, 
of . . . ., CO. Notts, husbandman — at St. 
Andrew aforesaid. 5 Feb. 158^. B. 

Burrowes, Gilbert, and Mary Tailer, of city of 
Westminster, spinster. 5 Dec. 1638. D. 

Burrowes, William, sailor, and Anne Brocke, 
widow of John Brocke — at St. John Zachary, 
London, 29 Oct. 1621. B. 

Burrowes, William, of St. Michael, Queenhithe, 
London, tallow-chandler, and Bridget Cooper, 
spinster, daughter of Richard Cooper, of St. 
Peter-le-Poor, London, merchant — at St. 
James-within-Aldgate, or St. Catherine Cree- 
church, London. 2 Feb. 162f. B. 

Burstedd, William, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London, weaver, and Mary Toothacre, of 
Cowley, Middlesex, spinster, daughter of 
Thomas Toothacre, of same, yeoman — at St. 
Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. 6 Sept. 1620. B. 

Burston, Robert, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
bachelor, 24, and Sarah Kirke, spinster, 22, 
daughter of Elkington Kirke, of Calthorpe, 
CO. Leicester, gent., who consents — at Cal- 
thorpe or Littleworth, said county, or Rigby, 
CO. Warwick. 21 Aug. 1677. F. 

Burt, Edmund, bachelor, and Audrey Ballinger, 
widow. 17 Dec. 1670. D. 

Burt, John, of All Hallows, Lombard Street, 
and Elizabeth Peere, of Westminster, widow 
— at St. Margaret, Westminster. 19 Jan. 

Burt, John, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
butcher, and Jane Hatter, of West Thorrock, 
CO. Essex, spinster — at St. Clement Danes 
aforesaid. 30 Nov. 1626. B. 

Burt, John, of St. Botolph, Billingsgate, London, 
bachelor, 27, and Elizabeth Seely, of All 
Hallows, Lombard Street, London, 22, at her 
own disposal — at All Hallows aforesaid or ... . 
10 July, 1701. F. 



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Burt, Thomas (Barto), of St. Lawrcnco Poautuoy, 
and Aimo Browne, spinstor, of St. Martin 
Orgar — at St. Michael, Qacenhithe. 28 March, 
1579. B. 

Burt, Thomas (Bnrte), shccrman, and Johanna 
Elliott, spinster, of Rcdborne, Herts, daughter 
of John Burte {sic Elliott), of same, car- 
penter, deceased, gen. lie. 27 May, 1583. B. 

Burt, Thomas, gent., of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
bachelor, 32, and Margaret "Wilde, of St. 
Michael, Queenhithe, spinster, 20, daughter 
of William Wilde, of same, gent., who con- 
sents — at St. Michael aforesaid. 15 Feb. 
IG^Ji. B. 

Burtford, Thomas, of Rygate, Surrey, gent., 
bachelor, about 24, and Deborah Painter, of 
Guilford, said county, spinster, about 21, her 
parents dead — at Guilford aforesaid. 2i 
April, 1671. V. 

Burton, Edward, and Godly Neale, of the city 
of Westminster, spinster. 15 Oct. 1639. D. 

Burton, George, of St. Edmond, Lombard Street, 
London, and Sarah Clifton, of same, spinster 
—at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, London. 
7 July, 162G. B. 

Burton, George, of Epping, Essex, gent., bachelor, 
33, and Mary Nicholson, spinster, 23, with 
consent of her father, of Stapleton Tawney, 
said county, clerk — at Ei^ping aforesaid. 
21 May, 1633. F. 

Burton, Henry, draper, and Anne Reynards, of 
St. Bartholomew Parva, near the Royal 
Exchange, London, widow of Corte Reynards, 
of parts beyond the seas, merchant, gen. lie, 
4 Oct. 1592. B. 

Burton, Henry, yeoman, of Fulham, Middlesex, 
and Audrey Moyle, spinster, of Acton, said 
county, daughter of John Moj^Ie, of same, 
esq., gen. lie, 8 June, 1593. B. 

Burton, John, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
carpenter, and Margaret Sampford, of same, 
spinster, daughter of William Sampford, late 
of St. Andrew, Holborn, haberdasher, de- 
ceased — at All Hallow Staining, London. 
21 Feb. 1614. B. 

Burton, John, of St. Magnus, London, and 
Dorothy Dyer, of St. Thoraas-tho-Apostle, 
London, spinster — at St. Mary Woolchurch, 
London. 22 June, 1661. B. 

Burton, John, of Fulham, Middlesex, bachelor, 
about 24, and Rose Marsh, of same, spinster, 
about 23, her father's consent — at Fulham, or 
St. Margaret, Westminster. 19 Dec. 1666. V. 

Burton, John, of Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, 
merchant, bachelor, about 27, and Mrs. Anne 
Disbrow, of Hackney, Middlesex, spinster, 
about 16, her father's consent — at Hackney 
aforesaid, or All Hallows-in-the-Wall, London. 
29 March, 1675. V. 

Burton, John, of Maidstone, Kent, bachelor, 23, 
and Rebecca Cranmore, of St. S within, London 
Stone, spinster, 25 — at St. Leonard, Shore- 
ditch. 28 Jan. 172f . B. 

Burton, Lancelot, of St. Mary Colecliurch, 
grocer, and Bridget Faiorfaxe, widow, of 
Grays Thnrrock, co. Essex — at Grays Thurrock. 
20 July, 1582. B. 
Burton, Lancelot, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 27, and Katherine Swift, 
of same, spinster, 24, daughter of Stephen 
Swift, of Methwalld, co. Norfolk, gent., who 
consents — at St. Mary-at-Hill, London. 
31 Jan. leSf. F. 
Burton, Nicholas, gent., and Elenor Fowle, widow, 
of Micham, diocese of Winchester. 1 Dec. 
1547. F. 



Burton, Philip, of Clifford's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
about 29, and Mrs. Elizabeth Kearsly, of 
Laytonstone, Essex, spinster, about 22, and 
at own disposal— at St. Dunstan-in-the-West. 
29 Oct. 1G73. V. 

Burton, Richard, of St. Gabriel Fenchnrch, 
London, bricklaj-er, and Johanna Lambert, of 
St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, widow of 
— Lambert, late of same, butcher, gen. lie, 
22 Dec. 1595. B. 

Burton, Richard, of St. Sepulchre, Middlesex, 
gent., bachelor, al)0ut 23, and Anne Browne, 
of Little All Hallows, London, spinster, about 
26, and at her own disposal — at Little St. 
Bartholomew aforesaid (sic), or St. Botolph, 
Aldersgate. 14 Dec. 1670. V. 

Burton, Thomas, of Chigwell, co. Essex, yeoman, 
and Elizabeth Archer, of same, spinster, 
daughter of — Archer, late of same, deceased, 
gen. lie, 4 Sept. 1588. B. 

Burton, Thomas, of Westham, Essex, tanner, 
and Martha Davyes, of St. James, Clerken- 
well, Middlesex, spinster, daughter of William 
Davyes, late of London, gent., deceased — at 
St. Sepulchre, London. 30 Sept. 1596. B. 

Burton, Thomas, husbandman, and Elizabeth. 
Kettle, spinster, daughter of — Kettle, late 
of Crayford, co. Kent, husbandman, deceased 
— at St. Andrew, Holborn, London. 11 Jan. 
161A. B. 

Burton, Thomas, of St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex, ironmonger, bachelor, 24, and Elizabeth 
Nurse, of St. Gregory, London, 28, widow of 
John Nurse, late of St. Saviour, Southwark, 
gent.— at Mary bone. 14 Feb. 163f. F. 

Burton, Sir Thomas, knight and bart., of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, widower, 60, and Frances 
Turvil [? Turnill], of Little Ilford, Essex, 
widow, 50 — at Little Ilford aforesaid. 13 Jan. 
1644. B. 

Burton, Thomas, of All Hallows Barking, London 
gent., widower, 34, and Elizabeth Watkins, 
spinster, 24, daughter of Sir David Watkins, 
late of Putney, co. Surrey, deceased, with 
consent of her mother, the Lady Watkins — 
at All Hallows Barking or All Hallows-in-the- 
Wall, London, or St. Margaret, Westminster. 
18 Sept. 1667. F. 

Burton, Thomas, 1675. See Burlton. 

Burton, Sir Thomas, bart., of Stockerston, co. 
Leicester, bachelor, 23, and Anne Clutterbuck, 
spinster, 21, daughter of Sir Thomas Clutter- 
buck, knight, of Greenwich, Kent, who con- 
sents — at St. Saviour, Southwark, St. Clement 
Danes, or Fulham, Middlesex. 26 June, 1680. 
F. 

Burton, William, of the diocese of London, and 
Margaret Durwyn, sjjinster, of St. Leonard, 
Shoreditch — to marry there. 17 Jan. 1564. 
B. 

Burton, William, of Fulham, co. Middlesex, 
labourer, and Mary Foote, of same, widow of 
Thomas Foote, labourer — at same. 19 Feb. 
162|. B. 

Burton, William, gent., of St. Bennet, Grace- 
church, bachelor, 32, and Anne Peirson, of 
St. Peter-le-Poor, spinster, 24 — at St. Michael, 
Queenhithe, or St. Mary Magdalen, Milk 
Street. 5 Jan. 164?. B. 

Burwell, Francis, of Gray's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
26, and Susanna Hampton, of St. Botolph, 
Aldgate, London, spinster, 22, with her 
mother's consent, her father dead — at St. 
Botolph, Aldgate. 22 March, 164f. F. 

Burwell, John, of St. Peter, Cornbill, and Alice 
Pye, of Laneham, diocese of Norwich. 23 Oct. 
1533. B. 



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Burwell, Nicbolas, of Gray's Inn, esq., widower, 
40, and Frances Legros, of the city of 
Norwich, sijiuster, 40 — at St. Foster, Loudon, 
or . . . ., CO. Surrey, or Henry VII. 's Chapel 
at Westminster. 7 May, IGGG. F. 
Biii'well, Thomas, and Alice Frane, of the diocese 
of London, lie. to Sir Phillip Fisher, domestic 
chaplain to Sir — North, knight. 30 Jan. 154^. 
B. 
Bury, Bradford, gent., of Eastwood, co. Essex, 
baoholor, 25, sou of Bradford Bury, of same, 
gent., and Mary Harrison, of same, spinster, 
20, daughter of Thomas Harrison, of same, 
gent., who alleges — at All Hallows, Honey 
Lane, London. 7 Aug. 1623. B. 
Bury, Edmund (Burye), of Rayligho, co. Essex, 
and Martha Tottcshursto, of same, spinster, 
gen. lie, 7 Dee. 1578. B. 
Bury, Edmund (Burye), now of London, gent., 
and Elizabeth Chissell, of Raleigh, co. Essex, 
widow of Ward Chissell, late of same, yeoman, 
gen. lie., 15 Sept. 1597. B. 
Bury, George, of All Hallows Barking, gent., 
bachelor, about 40, and Joane Hartford, of 
Twittenham, Middlesex, spinster, about 23, 
and at own disposal — at St. Augustine, London. 
2 June, 1G66. V. 
Bury, Joseph (Burye), of Raylighe, co. Essex, 
gent., and Katherine Morrys, spinster, of 
Chipping Ongar, in said county, gen. He, 7 
Dec. 1578. B. 
Bury, Thomas, of St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, 
London, leatherseller, and Jane Stoughton, 
of said city, spinster, daughter of William 
Stoughtoii, late of Watford, co. Surrey, esq., 
deceased — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, 
London. 19 Aug. 1617. B. 
Busbrydge, Thomas, and Anno Baylie, widow, of 
London — at St. Martin-in-tho-Vintry. 19 Jan. 
157t. B. 
Busby, Christopher (Busboe), of St. James, 
Clerkonwell, gent., widower, about GO, and 
Francos Williams, of Kingston-on-Thames, 
CO. Surrey, spinster, about 26, and at own 
disposal — at Kingston aforesaid. 19 June, 
1666. V. 
Busby, Edward, of Radford, parish of Eustone, co. 
Oson, gent., widower, about 56, and Mai'garet 
Baldwin, of the Noke, in parish of Church- 
down, alias Chursdowne, county of city of 
Gloucester, widow, about 40 — at the Temple 
church, London. 4 Feb. 166?. V. 
Busby, Sir John, knight, of Addington, Bucks, 
widower, aged 26, and Mary Dormer, of Leigh 
Grange, said county, spinster, about 20, 
consent of father, John Dormer, of same, 
esq. — at Addington or Quaniton, co. Bucks, 
or St. Bride, Fleet Street, London. 6 Oct. 
1662. V. 
Busby, Richard (Bushebie), of St. Botolph, Ald- 
gato, yeoman, and Mary Fenton, widow, of 
Whitocbapel— at St. Botolph, Aldgato. 23 
Jan. 158f . B. 
Busby, Robert, of St. Bride, London, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Grace Gary, of St. 
Giles-in-the-Fields, spinster, about 21, consent 
of father, Sir Henry Gary, knight — at St. 
Mary, Whitechapel, St. Dunstanin-the-East, 
or Gray's Inn Chapel. 10 Feb. 166|. V. 
Busby, William, of Loughborough, co. Leicester, 
gent., bachelor, about 27, and Mrs. Anne 
Tomliuson, of St. Dunstan - in - the - West, 
London, spinster, about 20, her father's 
consent — at St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish 
Street, or Lincoln's Inn chapel. 15 Feb. 
167|. V. 
Bush, Gilbert (Busshe), and Margaret Raynoldes, 
of Stratford, Bow, gen. lie, 10 Feb. 157^. B. 

London Marriage Licences. 



Bush, John, gent., of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
bachelor, 30, and Mary Johnson, of same, 40, 
widow of John Johnson, of same, yeoman, 
deceased— at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf. 11 
Jan. 160f. B. 

Bush, John, of Windsor Castle, Berks, clerk, 
widower, and Margaret Woollhouso, of Icken- 
ham, Middlesex, spinster, 25, at her own 
disposal — at Ickenham aforesaid, or . . . 

15 April, 169^. F. 

Eush, Roger (Busshe), and Elizabeth Durant, 
widow, of St. Mai-y, Aldermanbury — to marry 
there. 27 April, 1579. B. 

Bush, William, of Stepney, Middlesex, and 
Margery Corne, of same, spinster, daughter 
of William Corne, of same, mariner — at same. 
19 June, 1599. B. 

Bush, William (Bushe),of West Thurrock,co. Essex, 
husbandman, widower, 40, and Alice Cranmer, 
of same, widow, about 38 — at St. Faith, 

16 Aug. 1642. B. [He signs with x .] 

Bushel!, Edward, of the city of Bath, co. Somer- 
set, gent., about 45, widower, and Susan Gay, 
of Reading, Berks, widow, about 38 — at 
St. Mary, Savoy, Middlesex. 27 June, 1672. V. 

Bushell, William, of St. Martin, Ludgate, London, 
barber, and Elizabeth Chauncey, of St. Anne, 
Blackfriars, said city, spinster, daughter of 
Thomas Chauncey, deceased — at St. Andrew- 
in-the-Wardrobe, London. 22 April, 1G14. B. 

Bushowe, William, yeoman, and Johanna Richard- 
son, spinster, of Waltham Holy Cross, Essex, 
daughter of — Richardson, of Stondon, Herts, 
deceased — at Waltham Holy Cross aforesaid. 
2 July, 1585. B. 

Busse, John, of Stepney, Middlesex, mariner, and 
Margaret Butcher, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
said county, spinster, daughter of John 
Butcher, late of Stepney, mariner, deceased — 
at St. Mary, Whitechapel, aforesaid. 2 Feb. 
IGOf. B. 

Bussell, Abraham, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
jeweller, bachelor, 23, and Elizabeth Nevinson, 
of St. Anne, Blackfriars, spinster, 16, daughter 
of Dame Mary Nevinson, now ux. William 
Argent, esq., who consents — at St. Anne, 
Blackfriars. 18 June, 1627. B. 

Bussher, William, and Joanna Smitho, of Ware — 
to marry there. 4 June, 1568. B. 

Bust, Henry, clerk, parson of Wennington, co. 
Essex, and Margaret Bardolfc, spinster, 25, 
daughter of Richard Bardolfe, of Redderith 
(Rotherhithe), in Surrey, esq., who consents — 
at St. Anne, Blackfriars. 22 Dec. 1621. B. 

Buswell, George, of St. George, Southwark, esq., 
bachelor, 22, and Elizabeth Gibbs, of St. 
Martin-in-thc-Fields, spinster, 22, her parents 
dead — at St. Peter-ad-Vincula, in the Tower 
of London. 25 March, 1647. F. 

Butcher, John, of St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, 
London, tallow-chandler, and Anne Hawfcild, 
of St. Peter, Westcheap, London, widow of 
Thomas Hawfield, late of same, goldsmith — 
at St. Peter, Westcheap, aforesaid. 23 June, 
1598. B. 

Butcher, John, of King Street, St. Margaret, 
Westminster, butcher, and Joanna George, of 
same, widow — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 
21 April, 1599. D. [She administered to her 
husband, John George, of King Street, &c., 
butcher, 27 Feb. previous.] 

Butcher, John, and Anno Billey, of the city of 
Westminster, spinster. 3 Jan. 164i. D. 



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Butcher, P(>t(>r, butcher, and Annos Fayer- 
h(Ml, spinster, of St. Mary, Whitochapcl, 
ilauf,'hter of John Fayerhetl, of Witham, co. 
Essex, yeoman — at Christchurch, Newgate. 
30 July, 1587. B. 

Butcher, Richard, of St. Bartholomow-the-Great, 
Loudon, gent., bachelor, aged 38, and Mary 
Midford, spinster, 25, daughter of Philip 
Midford, late of the city of Bristol, gent., 
deceased — at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, or St. 
Leonard, Shoroditch. 28 Dec. 1632. F. 

Butcher, Thomas, and Margery Farr, widow, of 
St. John, Walbrook — to marry there. 22 May, 
157G. B. 

Butcher, William, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
about 27, and Mrs. Elizabeth Holding, of 
Craubrooke, co. Kent, widow, about 25, 
alleged by John Butcher, of Staplehurst, co. 
Kent, esq. — at Faruingham, Wrocham, Crau- 
brooke or Staplehurst, co. Kent. 12 Oct. 
1068. V. 

Bute, Thomas, and Mathie Heme, of Loudon. 7 
Feb. 154.§. F. 

Butler, Ambrose, of Barnwell, co. Cambridge, 
geut., bachelor, 40, and Maria Margaretta 
Sydenham, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
spinster, 23, her parents dead — at St. Giles- 
in-the-Fields, St. Clement Danes, or St, 
Martin-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 13 May, 
1684. F. 

Butler, Benjamin, of St. Stephen, Coleman 
Street, bachelor, 28, and Elizabeth Hawkes- 
worth, of same, " spinster, aged about 27 
years, widdow " (sic), at own disposal — at 
Chapel Eoyal of Whitehall or St. James. 27 
June, 1704. B. 

Butler, Christopher, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
ale brewer, bachelor, and Amy Attersall, of 
same, -widow of Nicholas Attersall, late of 
same, glover — at St. James, Clerkenwell, 
Middlesex. 13 April, 1610. B. 

Butler, Edward, of Readen, Essex, a soldier, 
bachelor, 21, and Susanna Adams, of same, 
spinster, 21. consent of friends. 4 Aug. 1698. 
B. 

Butler, Francis, and Adriana Hardin^', widow. 
10 Sept. 1638. D. 

Butler, Francis, gent., of City of Loudon, 
bachelor, 38, and Amphillis Tyndall, of 
Clapham, Surrey, spinster, 22, her parents 
dead — at St. Mary Abchurch or St. Mary 
Magdalen. Old Fish Street. Last Feb. 164a. 
B. 

Btitler, Francis, of the Inner Temple, gent., 
bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth AVard, spinster, 
about 25, daughter of Eich<ird Ward, of St. 
Olave, Hart Street, London, who alleges — at 
St. Olave aforesaid. 30 May, 1671. F. 

Butler, George, of St. Michael, Cornhill, London, 
gent., bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Bridges, of Cicester, co. Gloucester, spinster, 
about 19, consent of mother, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Bridges, widow — at Stoken Church, co. Oxon, 
or any church in the city of Gloucester. 
1 Dec. 1674. V. [Signed and attested but 
crossed, and in margin, '' vacat noVbat solvere 
feod."] 

Eutler, Henry, of the City of London, esq., and 
Agnes \Vaurliche, of Barling, diocese of London, 
widow — at Christchurch, Newgate. 30 April, 
1559. 15. 

23utler, Henry, of Nawley, co. Dorset, esq., 
bachelor, 25, and Mary Parkhurst, of East 
Lanham, Kent, sjiiuster, 22, daughter of Sir 
William Pax'khurst, of same, knight, who con- 
sents — at Little St. Bartholomew, London. 
23 Feb. 1G47. F. 



Butler, James, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
and Elizabeth .Moore, of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex, widow — at St. Martin afore- 
said. 15 Feb. 166|i. F. 

Butler, the Hon. Sir James, knight, of Lincoln's 
Inn, widower, and Mary Lewis, of St. 
Margaret, Westminster, 25, at her own 
disposal — at St. Mary-at-Hill, London, or St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 21 Dec. 1690. F. 

Butler, John, and Johanna Dawson, of St. 
Sepulchre — to marry there. 1 June, 1565. B. 

Butler, John, of Birchanger, Essex, esq., bachelor, 
22, consent of father, Sir Edward Butler, 
knight, of same, and Jane Butler, of St. 
Botolph, Aldersgate, maiden, 18, daughter of 
— Butler, of Clerkenwell, Middlesex, gent., 
who died about 2 years ago, consent of Mi-. 
William Mill, of Charterhouse, London, esq., 
and his wife, ye father-in-law and mother of 
said Jane — at St. Botolph, Aldersgate. 7 
May, 1608. B. 

Butler, John, of St. Benet Fink, London, shoe- 
maker, aud Winifred Fewsdale, of St. 
Peter-le-Poor, London, spinster, daughter of 
John Fewsdale, late of Chesthunt, co. Herts, 
deceased — at St. Peter-le-Poor aforesaid. 12 
Dec. 1618. B. 

Butler, John, of St. Mary-at-Hill, London, 
vintner, and Elizabeth Mintye, of same, 
widow — at same. 11 April, 1626. B. 

Butler, John, of Slatham, co. Sussex, gent., 
widower, 30, and Rebecca Jones, of St. Alban, 
Wood Street, widow, 30— at St. Faith-the- 
Virgin. 2 May, 1640. B. 

Butler, John, of Horsleydown, in parish of St. 
Olave, Southwark, co. Surrey, and Frances 
Inman, spinster, daughter of W^illiam Inman, 
of Stoake, co. Kent — at St. Peter, Paul's 
Wharf, or Trinity, Minories, London. 13 June, 
1661. B. 

Butler, John (Buttler), of Alton, co. Southampton, 
gent., bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Catherine 
Pinck, of Winslade, said county, spinster, about 
18, with consent of her mother, Mrs. Anne 
Pincke, widow — at Alton, Winslade, or Ilsfield, 
said CO. Southampton 3 May, 1679. Y. 

Butler, Jonah, of St. Sepulchre, Loudon, butcher, 
and Margaret Phillips, spinster, daughter of 
John Phillips, late of Bridgewater, co. Somerset, 
clothier, deceased — at St. Bennet, Paiil's 
Wharf, London. 24 March, 160f. B. 

Butler, Joshua, gent., of St. Andrew-in-the- 
AVardrobe, bachelor, 23, and Susan Rosington, 
of All Hallows Barking, sj^inster, 23, her 
father, Henry Rosington, and her mother 
both dead, consent of her brother-in-law, 
'J'homas Walton, of same parish — at St. 
Andrew-in-the-Wardrobe. 8 April, 1629. B. 

Butler, " Julium," and Amy Watch, of city of 
Westminster, spinster. 1 Jan. 1644. D. 

Butler, Mutthew, and Johane Nottingham, of St. 
Mary, Ipswich, diocese of Norwich. 25 Feb. 
154^. F. 

Butler, Nathan, gent., and Susan Robinson, of 
Waltham Holy Cross, co. Essex, widow t'f 
Thomas Robinson, late of same, tanner — at 
same. 17 March, 159|. B. 

Butler, Nicholas, and Margaret Jones, of the city 
of \W>st minster, spinster. 8 Feb. 164|. D. 

Butler, Peter, of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent., 
baclielor, 25, and Afra Barham, spinster, 2^, 
daughter of Robert Barham, late of Boughton 
Mounchelsea, co. Kent, gent., deceased, with 
conscLt of her mother, Susan Barham, of 
.'^ame, widow -at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, 
London. 20 May, 16^3. F. 



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Butler, Peter, of St. Mai-tin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. Elizabeth Wilde, 
of St. Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey, Surrey, 
spinster, about 18, consent of father, John 
Wilde, of same, gent. — at St. Gregory, London. 
3 May, 16G5. V. 
Butler, Ralph, of St. Austin-by-St. Paul, gent., 
21-, son of Sir Henry Butler, knight, of South 
Mims, Middlesex, and Susan Sanders, maiden, 
of same, 22, daughter of William Sanders, esq., 
of Welford, co. Northampton, who died about 
twenty years since, consent of Sir Henry 
Butler, who is also guardian of said Susanne — 
at South Mims aforesaid. 13 May, 1606. B. 
Butler, Richard, of Stapleford, gent., and Martha 
Aylife, of Prittlewell, co. Essex — at Prittle- 
well. 6 April, 1567. B. 
Butler, Richard, of Claynes, co. Worcester, gent., 
alleges the marriage of Richard Butler jun., 
of same, bachelor, 28, and Lucy Cowcher, of 
same, spinster, 23, her parents dead — at 
Claynes aforesaid or ... . 19 Feb. 168f. F. 
Butler, Richard, of St. Ellen, city of Worcester, 
widower, 35, and Mrs. Elizabeth Carte, of 
Poole Couit, in the parish of Bushley, co. 
Worcester, widow, 28 — at St. Andrew, Holborn, 
21. Aug. 1695. B. 
Butler, Robert, clerk, and Alice Cotton, spinster, 
of St. Margaret, New Fish Street — to marry 
there. 8 'Nov. 1583. B. 
Butler, Samuel, of Brenchley, co. Kent, gent., 
bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. Mary Dalton, of 
Fulborne, co. Cambridge, spinster, about 23, 
her parents dead — at St. Mary Magdalene, Old 
Fish Street, London. 12 Fob. 167f . V. 
Butler, Thomas, of Stanstead Abbot, and Joanna 
Curtcys, of Royden, co. Essex, spinster, gen. 
lie, 30 Oct. 1571. B. 
Butler, Thomas, Earl of Ormond, and Elizabeth 
Sheffield, spinster, daughter of Dowglas 
Sheffeildc, gen. lie, 9 Nov. 1582. B. 
Butler, Thomas, of St. James, Garlickhithe, 
London, brewer, and Margaret Parker, of St. 
Andrew Undershaft, London, spinster — at St. 
James-in-the-Wall, London. 29 Jan. 162f. B. 
Eutler, Thomas, and Alice Lion, widow. 23 July, 

1635. D. 
Sutler, Thomas, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
widower, about 36, and Anne Burton, of same, 
widow, about 40 — at St. Mary, Savoy. 5 Feb. 
lG7i. V. 
Eutler, the Right Hon. and Rev. Thomas ; Lord 
Viscount Ikerrin, in the kingdom of Ireland, 
bachelor, 22, and Mrs. Margaret Hamilton, 
daughter of the Hon. Mrs. Sophia Hamilton, 
of St. James, Westminster, who consents, her 
father dead, spinster, about 17 — at Fulham, 
Middlesex. 1 June, 1713. B. 
Butler, Vfalter, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
1 ache or, about 35, and Elizabeth Batchildar, 
of Chesham, Bucks, spinster, about 20, her 
father's consent — in new chapel of St. Mar- 
garet, Westminster. 21 Sept. 1677. V. 
Exitlin, Francis, of Chiistchurcb, London, 
bachelor, 24, and Frances White, of St. Faith, 
spinster, 24, consent of parents — at St. Helen 
or St. Dunstan-in-the-East. 15 Sept. 1671. B. 
Hutt, Edmund, rector of Gothurst, co. Bucks, 
widower, about 31, and Mrs. Hanna Howard, 
of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, spinster, 
24 and upwards, at her own dispose — at St. 
Sepulchre or All Hallows Barking, London, or 
St. Clement Danes, Middlesex. 10 June, 1679. V. 
Butter, Michael, drover, of Colchester, and Mary 
Mvse, spinster, of St. Botolph, Aldgate — at 
St. Botolph aforesaid. 20 Oct. 1575. B. 



Butter, Thomas, clothier, of Dedham, Essex, and 
P]lizabeth Crusshe, spinster, of Roxwell, said 
county, daughter of Robert Crasshe, late of 
same, yeoman, deceased, gen. lie, 25 Au"-. 
1585. B. 

Butterfield, John, of St. Mary, Islington, Middle- 
sex, merchant taylor, and Elizabeth Astrie, 
spinster, daughter of — Astrie, deceased — at 
Highgate, Middlesex. 17 Jan. 162J. B. 

Butterton, Matthew [i.e., Bettcrton], of St. Mar- 
garet, Westminster, gent., widower, 40, and 
Francos Flowerday, of same, spinster, 2U, 
daughter of Thomas Flowerday, of same, 
vintner, who consents — at St. Martin Outwich. 
14 Oct. 1630. B. 

Butterwicke, John, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
gent., bachelor, about 23, and Mary Mowsley, 
of same, spinster, about 20, consent of mother, 
— Mowseley, widow — at same, or at St. Mary 
Savoy, or chapel of Knightsbridge, Middlesex. 
5 Jan. 166a. y. 

Butterworth, Thomas, and Mareraret Stapuler. 
20 Feb. 157^. F. 

Buttei'y, Thomas, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
coachman, and Judith Stokes, of same, widow 
of John Stokes — at St. Mary, Strand, alias 
Savoy, CO. Middlesex. 23 Jan. 162f. B. 

Buttes, Edmund, gent., and Thomasine Bedell, 
" puella," of Fulham — to marry there. 23 
April, 1563. B. 

Buttes, Richard, of London, woodmonger, and 
Mary Crastatt, of St. Magnus, London, widow 
of Thomas Crastatt, late of said city, inn- 
holder, gen. lie, 24 Nov. 1596. B. 

Buttle, Henry, and Dionise Marten, widow, of 
City of London, gen. lie, 1 May, 1574. B. 

Button, John, and Anne Browne, spinster, of the 
diocese of London, daughter of — Browne, 
late of Rochester, co. Kent, tailor, deceased — 
at St. Gabriel Fenchurch, London. 18 Sept. 
1596. B. 

Buxton, Michael, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
bachelor, and Mary Spicer, of Richmond, 
Surrey, spinster, 19, both their parents being 
present — at Hampton, Middlesex, alleged by 
John Spicer, of Hampton aforesaid. 26 Oct. 
1697. B. 

Buxton, Robert, gent., attendant on ye Lord 
Howard, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, bachelor, 
28, son of Robert Buxton, of Tibbenham, co. 
Norfolk, esq., and Katherine Carye, of the 
same parish, maiden, 26, daughter of — 
Carye, of City of London, esq., deceased about 
6 or 7 years ago, she attendant on Lady 
Howard ux. Lord Thomas Howard, consent of 
her uncle, Sir Edmond Carye, and her aunt, 
the Lady Scroope, also of Mr. Robert Buxton's 
father — at St. Botolph, Aldersgate. 11 Dec. 
1602. B. 

Eyde, Skynner, of Ware Park, co. Herts, esq., 
bachelor, about 20, consent of father. Sir 
Thomas Byde, knight, and Mrs. Anna Austen, 
of Hoxston, Middlesex, spinster, about IS, 
consent of her mother, Mrs. Katherine Austen, 
of same, widow — at St. Andrew, Holborn. 14 
May, 1675. V. 

Byde, Sk>mner, of Ware Park, Herts, esq., 
widower, about 22, and the Hon. Mary Villiers, 
of St. Margaret, Westminster, spinster, about 
16, consent of father, the Right Hon. George, 
Lord Viscount Grandison— at St. Giles-iu-the- 
Fields. 9 June, 1677. V. 



231 John Bygrave 



[1521-1869.] 



John Byworth 



2^2 



Bygrave, John, of London, carpenter, and Mar- 
garet Akcrs, of Eastwick, Herts, sjiinster, 
dauglitcr of — Akers, late of same, car- 
penter, deceased, p^cn. lie, G June, 1594. B. 

Byneder, Edward [sic, ? Binder], sailor, of 
I/ondon, and Katherine Raynstropp, of St. 
Botolph, Aldgate, said city, widow of Richard 
Raynstro]!]), late of same, sailor, gen. lie. 
4 Feb. 159^^ B. 

"Byiig, Henry, esq., of Gray's Inn, consent of 
mother, Catherine Byng, relict of Henry Byng, 
late serjeaut-at-law, and Elizabeth Coke, spin- 
ster, 21, daughter of Arthur Coke, esq., late 
deceased— at St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish 
Street. 8 Dec. 1635. B. 

Byng-, John, of St. Martin, Ironmonger Lane, 
widower, 35, and Elizabeth Latham, of same, 
spinster, 20, consent of father, Thomas 
Latham, of same, gent. — at Barking, Raynham, 
Wennington, or Avelev, co. Essex. 3 March, 
164i. B. 

Byngf, John (Binge), of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, gent., bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. 
Catherine Clerk, of same, spinster, about 19, 
with consent of her mother, Mrs. Constantia 
Clerk — at St. Margaret, Westminster, or the 
Temple Church, London. 10 Feb. 167f V. 

Byng, Thomas (Binge), doctor of the civil law, 
and Katherine Rendall, of St. Margaret, Lon- 
don. 28 April, 1571. F. 

Byng, William (Bing), of Linton, co. Kent, 
bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. Mary Birshett, 
of West Farleigh, said county, spinster, about 
21, her mother's consent — at West Farleigh, 
Goodhurst, or Marden, co. Kent. 12 Feb. 
166^. V. 

Bynon, Henry, gent., of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Ijachelor, 33, and Alice Elton, of same, 36, 
widow — at same. 19 April, 1643. B. 

Byntt, Thomas, of Keasby, co. Lincoln, bachelor, 
30, and Mary Ridley, of same, spinster, 22, 
her parents dead, alleged by James Byntt, of 
Kniton, co. Hereford, gent. — at Lenton, co. 
Lincoln, or. ... 14 July, 1693. F. 

Byquen, William, of St. Mary Magdalen, Milk 
Street, and Alice Webb, of St. Peter-le-Poor. 
21 Jan. 153|. B. 

Byrome, John, cook, and Elizabeth Whittacres, 
of Christchurch, London, widow of — Whitt- 
acres, late of Wenwyck, co. Lancaster, 
husbandman, gen. lie, 5 Oct. 1596. B. 

Byrome, Thomas, of St. Clement Danes, gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. Mary Williams, 
of St. Botoli^h, Aldersgate, spinster, about 18, 
her father's consent — at St. Botolj^h, Aiders- 
gate. 10 Feb. 166§. Y. 



Byron, Dennis, of the Inner Temple, esq., bache- 
lor, 34, and Ann Bowes, of St. Clement Danes, 
Middlesex, spinster, 26, at her own disposal — 
at St. Clement Danes, aforesaid, or elsewhere. 
17 Dec. 1700. F. 

Byron, Edmund, clerk, of Whitchurch, co. 
Oxon, bachelor, 33, and Mary Hellier, of St. 
James, Westminster, spinster, 28 — at St. 
James, Westminster. 16 Feb. 169|. B. 

Byron, William, esq., of Newstead, Kotts, bache- 
lor, about 24, and Elizabeth Chaworth, of 
Brooke, co. Rutland, spinster, about 26 — at 
Brooke aforesaid, alleged by Richard Col- 
brand, D.D., of the city of Westminster. 5 
Oct. 1660. V. 

Byron, the Right Hon. William, Lord (Biron), 
Baron of Rochdale, widower, and Dame 
Elizabeth Stydolfe, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, widow — at St. Benetfink, London, 
or the cathedral church of Westminster. 22 
June, 1685. F. 

Byrtbie, John, gent., and Elizabeth Mitchell, 
spinster, daughter of — Mitchell, deceased — 
at St. Andrew, Holborn, London. 16 Jan. 
1621. B. 

Bysslie, Edward, gent., bachelor, 25, and Mar- 
garet Greene, of St. Olave, Old Jewry, spin- 
ster, 18, daughter of John Greene, esq., of 
same, who consents — at St. Olave, Old Jewrv. 
4 Nov. 1635. B. 

Bysslie, George, of Burston, Surrey, gent., bache- 
lor, about 30, and Sarah Green, of same, spin- 
ster, about 26, consent of mother, Sarah Fiss, 
alias Green, ux. Zachary Fiss, of Shelley, 
Essex, clerk — at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf. 
31 July, 1661. V. 

Bysslie, Roger (Bissho), of Fen Place, co. Sussex, 
esq., widower, 36, and Ellen Parr, of Camberwell, 
Surrey, spinster, 22, her parents dead — at St. 
Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey. 25 Nov. 1662. 
F. 

Bywater, Richard, of St. Margaret-in-the-West, 
minister, gent., bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth 
Pejaley, of St. JameSj Clerkenwell, spinster, 
22, her parents dead — at St. James, Clerken- 
well, aforesaid. 27 Nov. 1663. F. 

Bywater, Thomas, widower, and Mary Hunscott, 
widow. 21 Feb. 166^. D. 

Byworth, Edward, of the liberty of the Tower of 
London, yeoman, and Catherine Gibson, widow 
of Nicholas Gibson — at Stepney, co. Middle- 
sex. 20 May, 1626. B. 

Byworth, John. See Beyworth. 



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William Cabbedge 



[1521-1869.] 



Tobias Cage 



234 



c. 



Cabbedg°e, William, of Bai'king, co. Essex, yeoman, 
and Isabcll Moseley, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
widow of Henry Moseloy, late of same, 
nayler, deceased — at St. Sepulchre aforesaid. 
15 Jan. 161|. B. 
Cabidge, William, of Barking, co. Essex, husband- 
man, and Joane Garrall, of Chigwell, said 
county, widow, relict of Thomas Garrall, late 
of same, husbandman, gen. lie, 20 Dec. 1589. 
B. 
Cable, Thomas, of St. Olave, Hart Street, and 
Emma Woddecokk, of St. Michael, Wood 
Street. 18 June, 1554. B. 
Cable, Thomas, of St. Michael, Cornhill, London, 
ironmonger, and Jane Piggett, spinster, 
daughter of Edward Piggett, deceased — at 
All Hallows-in-the-Wall, London. 29 Oct. 
1614. B. 
Cachmayde, Thomas, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
and Alice Simons, of St. Martin-le-Grand — at 
St. Leonard, Foster Lane. 12 Feb. 1Q^%. D. 
Cackett, Thomas, of London, blacksmith, and 
Mary Burnley, of London, spinster, daughter 
of John Kumley, late of Ockford, co. Kent, 
yeoman, deceased, gen. lie, 21 July, 1597. B. 
Caddie, William, of St. Alban, Wood Street, 
London, silkweaver, and Mary Prudent, of 
St. Andrew-in-the-Wardrobe, said city, spin- 
ster, daughter of John Prudent, of co. Beds, 
yeoman — at St. Andrew aforesaid. 26 Dec. 
1616. B. 
Cade, Andrew, of East Betsworth, Surrey, gent., 
bachelor, 29, and Mary Walley, of St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields, Middlesex, spinster, 24, her 
parents dead — at St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex. 12 Nov. 1662. F. 
Cade, Godfrey, gent., of Clement's Inn, bachelor, 
25, father's consent, and Elizabeth Carryer, 
of Hadley, Middlesex, spinster, 24, daughter 
of Barnard Carryer, clerk, parson of Hadley 
aforesaid, who consents, as attested by his 
son, Richard Carryer, of London, draper — at 
Walthamstow, Essex. 9 Aug. 1617. B. 
Cade, James, of Halfway, co. Somerset, esq., 
widower, 50, and Anna Lloyd, of the city of 
Bristol, widow, 50 — at Halfway aforesaid, 
or ... . 1 Aug. 1694. F. 
Cade, John, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, and Ellen 
Turner, widow, of St. Stejjhen, Walbrooke — at 
" llington." 7 April, 1556. B. 
Cade, John, of St. Andrew Hubbard, and Elizabeth 
Border, widow, of St. Peter, Cornhill, gen. 
lie., 27 Nov. 1574. B. 
Cade, W^illiam, of the diocese of London, and 
Alice Latham, of the diocese of Chichester. 
21 May, 1547. F. 
Cade, William, of Cassington, co. Oxon, master of 
arts, bachelor, about 29, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Pearce, of Amen Coi-ner, London, widow, 
about 35 — at All Hallows Barking, London. 
23 April, 1679. V. 
Cadwell, Bichard, of St. Giles, Crijiplegate, Lon- 
don, gent., widower, and Thomazinc Sutton, 
of same, Avidow, 25 — at St. Giles aforesaid, or 
St. James, Clerkenwell, or St. Leonard, Shore- 
ditch, CO. Middlesex. 16 Nov. 1666. F. 
Cadye, John, of St. Bennet, Gracechurch, London, 
gent., and Joane Tucker, of Great All Hallows, 
Thames Street, said city, widow of Henry 
Tucker, late of same, cooper — at St. Peter-lc- 
Poor, London. 4 Aug. 1602. B. 



Caesar, Charles, of Much Hadhani, Herts, esq. 
bachelor, 26, son of Sir Charles Csesar, knight, 
late Master of the Rolls, deceased, and Joane 
Lcventhorpe, spinster, 24, daughter of Sir 
Thomas Lcventhorpe, of Shinglehall, parish of 
Sabridgeworth, Herts, bart., deceased — at St. 
Foster, London. 21 June, 1662. F. 

Csesar, Sir Charles, of Benington, Herts, knight, 
bachelor, about 20, and Mrs. Susan Bonfoy, of 
Great St. Hallows, London, about 15, her 
parents dead, consent of her guardians — at 
St. Mary, Savoy. 18 Oct. 1672. V. 

Csesar, Sir John, knight, bachelor, about 20, son 
of the Right Hon. Sir Julius Cassar, knight, 
who consents, and Anne Hungate, spinster, 
15, daughter of — Hungate, of Brodnam, co. 
Norfolk, gent., deceased nine years since, with 
consent of her mother, Dame Anne Caesar, 
wife of said Sir Julius Coosar — at the chapel 
of the Rolls, in Chanceiy Lane. 12 Dec. 1617. 
B. 

Caesar, Julias, doctor of laws, and one of the 
advocates of the Arches, and Dorcas Lusher, 
widow, gen. lie, 23 Feb. 158^. B. 

Csesar, Julius (Cezar), of St. Paul, Shadwell, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 22, and Patience Jackson, 
of Stepney, said county, spinster, 18, daughter 
of John Jackson, of Kneesall, Notts, who 
consents, alleged by Hopefor Bendall, of 
Stepney aforesaid, mariner- — at St. Olave, 
Hart Street, All Hallows Staining, or St. 
Dunstan-in-the-East, London. 12 Aug. 1682. 
F. 

Caesar, Thomas, of the Inner Temple, gent., and 
Susanna Longe, of St. Edmund, Lombard 
Street, London, widow of — Longe, gent., 
deceased, gen. lie, 4 Dec. 1588. B. 

Cage, Adlard, of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent., and 
Mrs. Elizabeth Slingsby, of same, spinster, 25, 
at her own disposal — at same, or ... . 
27 June, 1696. F. 

Cage, Anthony, of St. Matthew, Friday Street, 

and Catherine Cooke, widow, of City of 

London, gen. lie, 7 May, 1560. B. 
Cage, Anthony, of Gray's Inn, gent., and Dorothy 

Rudstone, spinster, of London, gen. lie, 17 

April, 1572. B. 
Cage, Anthony, of All Hallows, Honey Lane, and 

Anne Hudson, widow, of St. Martin Ontwich, 

gen. lie, 24 Jan. 157|. B. 

Cage, Edward, grocer, and Judith Harte, spinster, 
of St. Swithin, London, gen. lie, 9 Aug. 1582. 
B. 

Cage, Peter, clerk, vicar of Gosfield, co. Essex, 
and Elizabeth Kendhed, spinster. 27 Aug. 
1594. B. 

Cage, Philip, of Great Hormead, Herts, gent., 
widower, 30 [called in Vie-Gen. book a 
bachelor], and Alice Wade, of Mallendj^ne, 
Essex, spinster, 20, daughter of Sir William 
Wade (Waad), knight, of same, who consents 
— at Stocking Pelham, co. Herts. 6 Dee 
1621. B. 

Cage, Tobias, of Gray's Inn, esq., widower, about 
40, and Mary Oakey, of Lawrence Lane, 
London, widow, about 40 — at All Hallows-in- 
the-Wall, London. 14 Dec. 1669. V. 



235 



William Cao-e 



I" 1 521-1869.] Benedict Calvert 



Cage, William, of Milgate-in-Bersted, co. Kent, 
esq., widower, 39, and Joanc Culpcper, 
danjrhter of Sir Thomas Culpepcr, kni^rlit, of 
Hollinpbonrne, co. Kent, spinster, 27, whose 
consent is attested by Sir Chencj- Culpepper, 
son of said Sir Thomas Culpcper— at St. 
Martin, Ludgate. 2 Dec. 1G37. B. 

Calcott, John, of St. Clement Danes, j^roccr, 
1 jachelor, 27, freeman of London, and Catherine 
Gates, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 24, widow of 
John Gates, of same, gent., who died abont 
15 months since, attested by her brother, 
John Owtrcd, of St. Faith, London, goldsmith 
— at St. Botolph, Aldgate. 18 Jan. 1604. B. 

Calcott, Eoger, gent., of St. Andrew, Holbom. 
widower, 60, and Sarah Crockey, of same, 
spinster, 40 — at St. James, Clerkenwell, 
Trinity, Minories, or Chajiel of Whitehall. 
26 Aug. 1648. B. 

Calcott, Samuel, gent., of St. Andrew Under- 
shaft, bachelor, 21, and Hester Grimstone, of 
St. Sepulchre, spinster, 25, her parents dead — 
at St. Marv Magdalen, Old Fish Street. 22 Aug. 
1646. B. 

Calcott, Walter (Calcot), and Alice Marshall, 
gent., of the diocese of Oxon. 24 Jan. 1545. 
F. 

Calcott, William, of St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex, bachelor, 21, and Frances Harrison, of 
St. Paul, Covent Garden, said county, spinster, 
17, with consent of her father, Eobert 
Harrison, of same, gent. — at St. Paul afore- 
said, or .... 30 July, 1695. F. 

Caldecott, Philiij, of Lincoln's Inn, London, gent., 
bachelor, about 20, with his father's consent, 
and Mrs. Henrietta Eyre, of St. Bride, 
London, spinster, about 20, with her father's 
consent — at St. Bride aforesaid. 16 Mav. 
1679. V. 

Calderwood, Oliver, of Sheppon Millett, co. 
Somerset, clerk, widower, about 42, and 
Katharine Norman, of same, spinster, abont 
28, and at own disposal — at St. Gregory, 
London. 3 Oct. 1663. Y. 

Calderwood, William, of St. Martin-iu-the-Fields, 
gent., bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Cuninghani, of same, spinster, about 24, and 
at own disposal — at same, or Knight sbridge. 
Middlesex, or Lambeth, Surrey % Sept. 1668. 
V. 

Caldwell, John, clerk, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 
and Margaret Hilde, spinster, of St. Mary 
Woolnoth. 8 July, 1581. B. 

Caldwell, Eobert, of St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex, bachelor, 22, and Anne Bromwich, of St. 
Paul, Coyent Garden, Middlesex, spinster, 21, 
daughter of Eobert Bromwich, esq., who con- 
sents — at St. Paul aforesaid, or ... . 14 Jan. 
169|. F. 

Calewey, Eobert, esq., and Lady Cecilia Umi^ton, 
widow. 20 Feb. 154§. F. 

Caley, Christopher (Kaly), of St. Olave, Jewry, 
London, merchant, bachelor, about 24, anil 
Mrs. Sarah Browne, of Basing Lane. London, 
spinster, about 26, at her own disposal, her 
parents dead — at St. Martin Outwich, London. 
14 Feb. 167f . V. 

Calfliyll, Ealph, of the family of our lord the 
king, and Anne Crayford, gent., of the City 
of London. 15 June, 1545. F. 

Callagban, Humphrey, gent., of St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, bachelor, 30, and Anne Champion, of 
St. Clement Danes, spinster, 25 — at St. 
Clement Danes or St. Giles, Cripplegate. 
20 Sept. 1641. B. 



Callamy, Edmund, of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 
bachelor, 25, and Mary Watts, of St. Martin, 
Ironmonger Lane, spinster, 20, her father's 
consent — at St. Ethelbnrgh. 16 Dec. 1695. 
B. 

Calloway, Eichard, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
bachelor, and Alice Anton, of St. Clement 
Danes, spinster. 16 Sept. 1674. D. 

Caltliorpe, Anthony, and Joanna Harvs, of 
London. 1 Feb."l54f F. 

Calth.orpe, Clement, of .St. Michael Basishaw, 
and Jane Sampson, spinster, of South Woking- 
don, Essex — at South Wokingdon. 19 June, 
1578. B. 

Caltliorpe, Henry, merchant taylor, and Elizabeth 
Webber, spinster, of St. Bartholomew-by-the- 
Exchange — to marry there. 13 April, 1582. 
R. 

Caltliorpe, John, of St. Peter-the-Poor, and 
Mary Lyon, widow, of St. Antholin, gen. lie, 
for diocese, 26 Jan. 1512. B. 

Caltliorpe, Eeynolds, of the Middle Temple, esq., 
bachelor, about 26, and Dame Priscilla Knight, 
of Chawton, co. Southampton, widow, about 
28 — at St. Margaret, Westminster, or St. Paul, 
Covent Garden. 10 April, 1681. F. 

Caltliorpe, Eeynolds, of Elvetham, co. South- 
ampton, esq., widower, and the Hon. Barbara 
Yelverton, spinster, above 21, with her 
mother's consent, her father. Lord Viscount 
Longueville, being dead, spec, lie, 11 June, 
1715. F. 

Caltliorpe, Sampson (Calthorj)), gent., of St. 
Andrew Undershaft, London, widower, 45, and 
Bridget Ball, of St. Sepulchre, London, 40, 
widow of George Ball, gent., deceased — at St. 
Marv, Whitechapel, co. Middlesex. 8 Oct. 
1622. B. 

Caltliorpe, Thomas, of Great All Hallows, Thames 
Street, and Amy Eookes, spinster, of St. 
Leonard, Foster Lane — at St. Botolph, Aid- 
gate. 2 May, 1578. B. 

Calton, John, of the City of London, gent., and 
Grace Tyrrell, of Avshton, co. Essex, widow, 
gen. lie, 26 Oct. 1567. B. 

Calton, Thomas, of St. Margaret, Fridaj' Street, 
and Agnes Lambard, of St. Matthew, Friday 
Street. London — at St. Matthew aforesaid. 
29 July, 1558. B. 

Calveley, Nicholas, and Alice Gybbes, diocese of 
Westminster. 22 June, 1544. F. 

Calver, Eichard, tavlor, and Alice Syrret, gen. 
lie, 24 Oct. 1564."' B. 

Calverley, Hugh, of Lawrence Waltham, co. 
Berks, gent., widower, about 60, and Anne 
Thackhani, of same, widow, about 60 — at 
same. 14 June, 1667. V. 

Calverley, Thomas, gent., of St. Botolph, Bil- 
lingsgate, bachelor, 36, and Christian Walker, 
of same, spinster, 22, daughter of John 
Walker, of the citj' of York, merchant, who 
consents, as also her aunt, Jane Hart, with 
whom she liveth — at the parish church afore- 
said. 14 Jan. 164a. B. 

Calverley, Thomas, 1695. See Caterlet. 

Calverley, William, of St. Andrew Undershaft, 
London, merchant, widower, and Elizabeth 
Heylyn, of St. Stephen, Walbrook, London, 
spinster, 24, her parents dead — at St. Christo- 
pher, London, St. Andrew, Holborn, or St. 
Paul, Covent Garden. 5 Sept. 1671. F. 

Calvert, the Hon. Benedict Leonard, bachelor, 
about 21, son and heir-apparent of Charles, 
Lord Baltimore, and the Lady Charlotte Lee, 
spinster, about 20, daughter of the Bight 
Hon. Edward Henry, Earl of Litchfield, who 
consents — at any time or place in England. 
2 Jan. 1G9§. F. ' 



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238 



Calvert, Christopher. 3 Marcli,160f. 6'ee Colvkrt. 

Calvert, Francis, of St. Michael, Cornhill, London, 
bachelor, about 26, and Judith Atkin, spinster, 
about 17, daughter of — Atkin, of St. Margaret, 
Westminster, widow, who consents, alleged 
bv James Talbot, of St. Margaret, gent. — at 
Chelsea, Middlesex. 27 July, 1680. F. 

Calvert, George, vicar of Stauwell, Middlesex, 
widower, and Anne Thornton, of St. Bride, 
London, spinster, 30 — at St. Bride aforesaid. 
20 May, 1681. F. 

Calvert, John, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Susan Browne, of 
Edmonton, Middlesex, widow, about 30 — at 
Barnell Edmunton {sic), co. Middlesex, or St. 
Peter, Paul's Wharf. 21 Dec. 1663. V. 

Calvert.Peter (subs.Calverd),of St. Giles, Cripple- 
gate, geut., bachelor, about 36, and Honor Bates, 
of town and co. of Herts, spinster, about 26, 
and at own disjiosal — at All Hallows, in Hert- 
ford aforesaid. 3 April, 1669. V. 

Calvert, Eichard, gent., of Kingston - Thames, 
Surrey, widower, 60, and Joice Massey, of 
St. Peter-le-Poor, spinster, 40 — at St. James, 
Garlickhithe, or All Hallows - the - Great. 
4 May, 1630. B. 

Calvert, Samuel, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Mid- 
dlesex, bachelor, 26, and Florence Huntley, 
of same, spinster, 25, at her own disjiosal — at 
Gray's Inn Chapel. 26 March, 1668. F. 

Calvert, William (subs. Calverd), of FurnixPelham, 
Herts, esq., bachelor, 22, and Honor Calverd, 
of Huusdon, said county, spinster, about 16, her 
parents dead, with consent of Felix Calvert, 
esq., her guardian — at Newington Green, or 
St. Mary, Islington, Middlesex, or St. Andrew 
LTndershaft, London. 5 June, 1689. F. 

Calverwell, Edward, of St. Margaret, Lothbury, 
London, yeoman, and Mary Wiggleworth, of 
St. Bride, Loudon, widow of William Wiggle- 
worth, yeoman — at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, 
London. 23 Oct. 1619. B. 

Cambell, James, esq., of Lincoln's Inn, son and 
heir of the Right Worsliipful Alderman 
Cambell, who consents, about 23, and Mrs. 
Theopliila Mohun, daughter of the Eight Hon. 
the Lord Mohun, Baron of Okehampton, about 
20, consent of jjarents of both — at St. Martin- 
iu-the Fields. 7 Nov. 1638. B. 

Cambell, Thomas, of City of London, and Alice 
Brightc, of St. Martin Out-\vich, gen. lie, 1 
Feb. 156f B. 

Cambell, Thomas, gent., of St. Michael, Wood 
Street, London, bachelor, 26, and Sara 
Sparkes, of same, spinster, 20, her jjarents 
dead, consent of her father-in-law, John Scott, 
attested by her brother, Obadiah Sparkes, of 
St. Olave, Silver Street, yeoman — at St. 
Peter, Paul's Wharf, Loudon (on the 6 Sept. 
said Obadiah Sparkes and Thomas Wright, of 
St. Michael, Wood Street, alleged that said 
Cambell was visited with sickness and could 
not without danger go out to a church, and 
prayed licence to be married in his private 
house, in St. Michael, Wood Street, which was 
granted). 4 Sept. 1622. B. 

Cam.ni, Francis, of St. Sepulchre, London, gent., 
bachelor, about 21, and Anne Cloterbuck, of 
Edmonton, Middlesex, spinster, about 17, her 
mother's consent — at Edmonton aforesaid. 
6 Oct. 1666. V. 

Cam.pbell, John, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
esq., bachelor, 27, and Mary Greene, of St. 
Clement Danes, Middlesex, widow, 30 — at St. 
Marv Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London. 
26 Dec. 1687. F. 



Campe, Thomas, of Nasing, co. Essex, yeoman, 
and Joane Hawkenett, of same, si^inster, 
daughter of Eichard Hawkenett, late of 
Roydon, said county, weaver, deceased — at 
Nasing aforesaid. 12 Aug. 1605. B. 

Cam.pe, Thomas, of St. Thomas Apostle, London, 
merchant taylor, bachelor, and Elizabeth 
Woodburne, of St. Gabriel, Fenchurch, said 
citj^, widow of Thomas Woodburne, late of 
Gratious Street, London, haberdasher — at St. 
James Chapel-in-the-Wall, near Cripplegate, 
London. 3 Sept. 1611. B. 

Cam,pe, William, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, and 
Mary Farmer, spinster, of St. Peter, West- 
cheap, daughter of Richard Farmer, of City 
of London, clothworker, deceased — at St. 
Peter aforesaid. 15 April, 1584. B. 

Campe, William, gent., of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
widower, 57, and Anne Gregory, St. Giles-in- 
the-Fields, spinster, 16, daughter of Valentine 
Gregory, gent., who consents — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn. 1 Oct. 1635. B. 

Cam.pener, John, of St. Andrew, Holborn, and 
Margaret Lyme, of St. Mary Staining, London 
— at St. Mary aforesaid. 5 Nov. 1550. B. 

Cam.per, Henry, husbandman, and Agnes Arnolde, 
spinster, of South Shobery, Essex, daughter 
of John Arnolde, late of Prittlewell, co. 
Essex, husbandman, deceased, gen. lie, 
28 Sept. 1586. B. 

Camphorne, Daniel, of Sawbridgeworth, Herts, 
husbandman, and Mary Barnap, of Huusdow, 
said county, spinster — at Little Ilford, Essex. 
14 Sept. 1610. B. 

Cam.pioii, Andrew, of Edlesborough, Bucks, 
clerk, bachelor, about 27, and Anne Wright, of 
St. Pancras, Middlesex, spinster, about 21, 
consent of father, Richard Wright, of same, 
butcher — at Stanmore, Middlesex, or Wipsnich, 
Beds. 17 March 1661. V. 

Cam.pion, Henry, of Laytonstone, gent., and 
Elizabeth Lawrence, spinster, of Aldenham, 
Herts, gen. lie, 30 April, 1569. B. 

Campion, James, of All Hallows-in-the-Wall, 
London, gent., bachelor, 39, and Martha 
Myles, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, 
spinster, 27 — at All Hallows aforesaid, or St. 
Michael, Cornhill, London. 3 Oct. 1664. F. 

Campion, John (Campyon), of St. Clement Danes, 
gent., and Lucy Trigg, widow, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn — at St. Andrew aforesaid. 21 June, 
1564. B. 

Campion, Richard, of St. Andrew-in-the-Ward- 
robc, London, embroiderer, and Katherinc 
Whitlidge, spinster, daughter of William 
Whitlidge, now of the King's Bench, gent. — at 
St. Andrew-in-the- Wardrobe aforesaid. 28 
April, 1619. B. 

Campion, Thomas, merchant taylor, and Margaret 
Woodcocke, spinster, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
daughter of — Woodcocke, of same, bowyer, 
deceased, gen. lie, 17 April 1593. B. 

Campion, Thomas (Campyon), beer-brewer, and 
Anastasia Spittye, of Witham, co. Essex, 
spinster, daughter of — Spittye, late of 
Chelmsford, said county, woollendraper, de- 
ceased, gen. lie, 3 Oct. 1597. B. 

Campion, William, of Hackney, Middlesex, gent., 
and Grace Goddard, spinster, of same — at St. 
Martin, Ludgate. 2 May, 1580. B. 

Campion, William, of St. Audrew-in-the-Ward- 
robe, gent., and Susan Jenkyns, spinster, of 
Layton, co. Essex, daughter of — Jenkyns, 
late of Hawsted Kyne, co. Sussex, yeoman, 
deceased — at Layton aforesaid. 9 Feb. 158-|. 
B. 



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Campion, William, of ComnoU pai-ish, Gowdhurst, 
Kent, esq., bachelor, about 22, and Frances 
Glinn, spinster, about 17, consent of father, 
Serjeant Glinn, of St. Gilcs-in-the-Fields, 
attested by Edward Campion, of All Hallows- 
in-the-Wall — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 
1 Nov. 1G62. Y. 

Campleshon, ITenry, of St. Martin, co. Middlesex, 
gent., baclielor, about 30, and Susan Smith, 
of same, spinster, about 20, and at own 
disposal — at St. George, Southwark, co. 
Surrey. 3 March, 167^. V. 

Canby, Henry, of St. Bcnnct, Graccchurch, 
London, gent., bachelor, about 40, and Mrs. 
Catherine Smith, of St. Swithin, London, 
widow, about 30 — at Wimbledon, co. Surrey, 
or ... . 7 Oct. 1701. F. [This entry mis- 
placed in November in original.] 

Candler, Richard. See Canler. 

Candye, John, and Joan Cartevowle, widow, of 
Stapleford Tawney, co. Essex — at St. 
Margaret, Lotlibury. 24 Jan. 156f . B. 

Cane, Edward, of Middle Temple, gent., bachelor, 
about 27, and Mrs. Mary Marins, of St. 
Stephen, Coleman Street, London, spinster, 
about 26, and at own disiDOsal — at St. Mary 
Magdalene, Old Fish Street, or All Hallows- 
in-the-Wall. 2 April, 1678. V. 

Cane, Richard, 1585. See Cayne. 

Canham, Gascoigne, of Eastdowne, co. Devon, 
gent., bachelor, about 26, and Emolian Colly, 
of Georgham, said county, spinster, about 24, 
and at owii dispose — at Eastdowne aforesaid. 
28 Jan. 166| V. 

Canliam, John, gent., bachelor, 24, and Anne 
Warner, of Water Belchamp, co. Essex, 
spinster, 20, daughter of Henry Warner, 
deceased, her mother's consent, attested by 
Thomas Canham, of the Old Jury, merchant 
— at Water Belchamp aforesaid. 31 Jan. 
163§. B. 

Canham, John, of London, merchant, bachelor, 
about 26, and Mrs. Mary Canham, of Mort- 
lack, Surrey, spinster, about 19, consent of 
father, Thomas Canham, of same, gent. — at 
Mortlack aforesaid, or ... . 20 Dec. 1666. 
V. 

Canler, Richard (Candler), of St. Mai-y Magdalen, 
Milk Street, and Elizabeth Locke, spinster, of 
Little All Hallows, Thames Street, gen. lie, 
7 Feb. 156f B. 

Canning*, Right Hon. George, of St. Martin-in- 
Ihc-Fields, Middlesex, bachelor, above 21, 
and Joan Scott, of Lower Grosvenor Street, 
spinster, above 21 [in archbishop's letter 
called "daughter of the late General Scott"], 
s]iec. lie, 5 July, 1800. F. 

Canning", William (Cannynge), of St. Michael 
Basishaw, London, ironmonger, and Rachael 
Ormshawe, of said city, spinster, daughter of 
William Ormshawe, late of St. Maryle-Bow, 
London, grocer, deceased, gen. lie, 20 April, 
1592. B. 

Canning, William, gent., of Elsenliam, Essex, 
bachelor, 22, and Martha Ethcredge, of St. 
Clement Danes, spinster, 18, daughter of 
George Etheridge, of same, vintner, who 
consents — in same parish church. 19 Feb. 
162|. B. 

Cannon, Henry, of Ickeuham, co. Middlesex, 
yeoman, widower, and Mary Ady, of 
Hilliugdon, said county, spinster — at St. 
Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex. 19 July, 1610. 
B. 

Cannon, James, servant to the queen, and Grace 
Ogle, alias Love, of St. Martiu-in-thc-Fields. 
23 June, 1585. D. 



Cannon, John (Canon), gent., of St. Martin-iu-the- 
Fields, widower, 30, and Mary Edlin, of same, 
spiustei-, 23 — at St. Martin-in-the-Fiolds or 
St. Bartholomew-thc-Exchange, London. 17 
Feb. IGjj;;. B. 

Cannon, John (Canon), esq., of St.Issells, co. Pem- 
broke, bachelor, about 20, and Anne Wood, of 
Leadenhall Street, London, spinster, about 21, 
hor parents dead^at St. Gregory, London. 
19 Oct. 1663. V. 

Cannon, Nathaniel (Canon), gent., bachelor, 28, 
and Mary Owen, spinster, 28 — at St. Faith 
or St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, 
alleged by Richard Owen, of St. Michael 
Bassishaw, chapman. 18 Sept. 1640. B. 

Cannon, Peter, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 
London, mariner, and Mary Simpson, of same, 
sjDinster, daughter of Thomas Simpson, now 
of St. Maiy Woolnoth, said city, goldsmith — 
at St. Botolph aforesaid. 10 Feb. 160-J. B. 

Cannon, Richard, of Acton, and Johanna Harte, 
of Yealinge, spinster, gen. lie, 18 Jan. 157^. 
B. 

Cannon, Simon, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, cordwainer, and Alice Hallom, of 
same, spinster, daughter of George Hallom, 
of the town of Warwick, co. Warwick, 
" stannarius " — at St. Dunstan aforesaid. 30 
Jan. 158g. B. 

Cannons, Richard, now of the City of London, 
husbandman, bachelor, and Alice Watts, 
widow of James Watts, late of Wiugfield, co. 
Southamj^ton, husbandman — at St. Stephen, 
Coleman Street, London. 8 Aug. 1610. B. 

Cant, James, of the City of London, gent., and 
Susan Dobison, of same, spinster — at St. 
Botol2:)h, Aldersgate, London. 22 June, 1625. 
B. 

Cantrell, Thomas, and Margaret Lloyd, widow, 
both of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, London — to 
marry there. 14 Jan. 154|. B. 

Cantrill, Thomas, of St. James, Clerkenwell, 
Middlesex, blacksmith, and Adriana Grace, of 
same, spinster, daughter of George Grace, 
late of Tester, co. Northampton, shoemaker, 
deceased — at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, 
Loudon. 14 Nov. 1604. B. 

Capell, Alexander, doctor in physic, widower, 32, 
and Joane Harward, spinster, 22, daughter of 
Vincent Harward, gent., of East Sutton, Kent, 
who consents — at St. Bride, London. 24 Aug. 
1619. B. 

Capell, Edward, rector of Stanton, co. Suffolk, 
bachelor, 26, and Thomazino Pitches, of 
B erring, said county, daughter of Sarah 
Pitches, widow, who consents — at St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields or Whitehall chapel, Middlesex. 
14 Dec. 1681. F. 

Capell, Gabriel, "agricolam," and Agnes 
Harrison, widow, of Feltham, Middlesex, 
relict of William Harrison, of same, husband- 
man — at Trinity-the-Less, Loudon. 22 April, 
1584. B. 

Capell, George, of St. Martin-iu-the-Fields, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Susanna Jolly, of 
same, her father's consent — at same. 10 
April, 1672. V. 

Capell, John, geut., of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, 30, and Martha Watson, of same, 
widow, 40, late ux. Edward Watson, gent., 
deceased — at St. Andrew, Holborn, or St. 
Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street. 8 April, 
1644. B. 

Capell, Richard, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
about 30, and Mrs. Elizabeth Clerk, of Wil- 
loughby, CO. Warwick, spinster, about 23, at 
own disposal — at Clcrkcuwell, Middlesex. 
18 Feb. 166'^ V. 



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Capell, Thomas, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., bachcloi', about 37, aud Mrs. Eliauor 
Ashley, of St. Martiu-in-tho-Ficlds, widow, 
about 42 — at St. Mary, Savoy. 6 March, 
167f. V. 

Caplewood, Richard, of St. Dionis Backchurch, 
London, clothworker, aud Sarah Peasecod, 
of St. Clement, Eastcheap, said city, spinster 
^at St. Sepulchre, Loudon. 22 June, 1616. 
B. 

Caplin, John, of St. Botolph, Bisliopsgate, London, 
goldrawer, and Katherino Banes, of St. 
Sepulchre, London, spinster, daughter of 
Thomas Banes, of same, gent. — at St. Peter, 
Paul's Wharf, London. 2 June, 1623. B. 

Caplin, Henry (Caplyn), of All Hallows Staining, 
London, gent., and Margery Unthanck, of St. 
Margaret Pattens, of said city, widow of 
Henry Unthanck, late of same, " corne- 
meater," gen. lie, 28 May, 1594. B. 

Cappe, Thomas, of All Hallows Barking, London, 
bachelor, 26, and Catherine Stephens, of 
Great Bursted, Essex, spinster, about 24, 
daughter of John Stephens, of same, gent., 
who consents — at St. Anne, Aldersgate, or St. 
All Hallows, Loudon, or Bursted, co. Essex. 

5 Sept. 1691. F. 

Capper, Francis, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
above 26, and Mrs. Mary Bennet, of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, spinster, above 21, at her 
own disposal — at Ely House chapel, Holborn. 

6 Dec. 1725. F. 

Capper, Rev. Francis, of Lincoln's Inn, bachelor, 
above 21, and Elizabeth Peirson, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, spinster, above 21 — at St. Andrew 
aforesaid. 3 Nov. 1759. F. 

Capper, Francis, of St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish 
Street, merchant of the staple, aud Elizabeth 
Willson, spinster, of same — at same. 11 Jan. 
158^. B. 

Capper, Ralph, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
tailor, and Alice Hill, of same, widow of 
Richard Hill, late of same, tailor — at same. 
8 Dec. 1604. B. 

Capper, Richard, of Lincoln's Inn, bachelor, above 
25, and Elizabeth Hide, of Finchley, Middle- 
sex, spinster, above 22, daughter of Elizabeth 
Hide, of same, widow, who consents — at 
Finchley aforesaid, or .... 20 Dec. 1695. F. 

Cappes, Robert, and Johanna Underbill, he of 
the diocese of Norwich, she of the diocese of 
Westminster. 19 Sept. 1544. F. 

Cappur, John, gent., of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
widower, 45, and Dennis Bloyse, of All 
Hallows Staining, 24, widow of Robert Bloyse, 
deceased — at Stratford, Bow. 11 Feb. 163f . B. 

Capron, Edward, of Felsted, co. Essex, and Susan 
Evered, of Black Notley, said county, widow 
of Richard Evered, late of same, yeoman — at 
St. Botolph, Aldersgate, London. 16 Oct. 
1602. B. 

Capron, Martin, of Copthall, Essex, gent., bachelor, 
40, and Anne Pinock, of Thoyden Garden, 
Essex, widow — in parish church of Maudlin 
Laver, co. Essex, or ... . 5 July, 1689. F. 

Carbery, Philip, of St. George's, Hanover Square, 
bachelor, 22, and Mary Chester, of same, 
spinster, 21 — at St. George's, Hanover Sqnare, 
or Mayfair Chapel. 24 Nov. 1743. B. 

Carden, John, and Alice Knight, of Harlow^to 
marry there. 7 Feb. 1561. B. 

Cardinall, Charles (Cardyuall), gent., of St. 
Andrew, Holborn, bachelor, 21, and Elizabeth 
Willis, of same, spinster, 20, daughter of John 
Willis, deceased, consent of her mother, Sara 
Willis, of same, widow — at same. 11 Jan. 
16M. B. 



Cardinall, John, of Bromley, co. Essex, gent., 
bacliclor, 36, and Susan Latham, spinster, 28, 
of same, at her own disposal — at St. Bonnet, 
Gracechurch, London. 13 June, 1664. F. 

Cardro-we, John, of Enfield, Middlesex, gent., 
bacliclor, 37, and Mrs. Margaret Barker, of 
St. Dunstan-iu-the-West, London, spinster, 
27, at her own disposal — at St. Anne, Aiders- 
gate, London, or ... . 24 April, 1694. F. 

Careles, William, of Westminstei-, yeoman, and 
p]mlin Lofte, of St. Margaret, Lothbnry, 
widow — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 1 Feb. 
16ia D. 

Carell, John, of Tangley, co. Surrey, esq., bachelor, 
26, and Hester Muschamp, widow, 24— at St. 
Peter, Paul's Wharf, Loudon. 22 May, 1619. 
F. 

Carenbye, John, of City of London, and Johanna 
Wroughton, spinster, of St. Botolph, Aldgato 
—at St. Botolph aforesaid. 11 Nov. 1572. 
B. 

Carent, William, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., widower, 40, and Dame Alice Rowe, of 
same, widow, 45 — at same, or ... . 4 Oct. 
1701. P. 

Carent, William, of St. Dunstan, Stepney, esq., 
widower, and Elizabeth Morrice, of St. Martiu- 
in-the-Fields, Middlesex, widow — at St. Martin 
aforesaid. 27 Feb. I70f . F. 

Cares, John. 21 Jan. 16f§. Sec Caese. 

Care-w, George, of St. Peter-the-Poor, London, 
merchant, bachelor, about 29, and Mrs. Alice 
Heatly, of All Hallows Staining, London, 
spinster, about 21, consent of father, Thomas 
Heatly, of same, esq. — at same. 1 May, 1666. 

Carev/, Henry, of Haccomb, Devon, esq., bachelor, 
about 19, son of Sir Thomas Carew, of same, 
bart., who alleges, and Hon. Elizabeth Clifford, 
spinster, about 17, consent of father, Thomas 
Lord Clifford, Baron of Chudleigh — at chapel 
in Wallingford House, in the parish of St. 
Martin-iu-the-Pields. 8 April, 1673. V. 

Care-W, John, gent., of Clifford's Inn, bachelor, 25, 
and Jane Cole, of St. Faith, London, spinster, 
21, her parents dead, consent of her aunt, 
Anna Cole, of St. Faith, widow — at St. Mary 
Mounthaw. 10 June, 1642. B. 

Carew, John, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., bachelor, 30, 
and Catherine Tate, of St. Paul, Covent 
Garden, spinster, 20, consent of mother, 
Katherine Tate — at St. Botolph, Aldersgate. 
14 Sept. 1670. B. 

Carew, Matthew (Carewe), esq., of the parish of 
St. BotoliDh, Bartholomew's Hospital, London, 
and Margaret AUeyn, of same, spinster, gen. 
lie, 26 Nov. 1578. B. 

Carew, Patrick (Carewe), gardener, and Johanna 
White, of St. Martiu-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, 
widow of — Wliite, late of same, gardener, 
gen. lie, 2 Oct. 1593. B. 

Carew, Sir Peter, knight, and Dame Margaret 
Taylebosse. 14 Feb. 154f . F. 

Carew, Richard, of St. James, Duke's Place, 
London, bachelor, about 30, and Penelope 
Tanat, of St. Margaret, Westminster, spinster, 
24, her parents dead, alleged by Thomas Colt- 
hurst, of St. Margaret aforesaid, gent. — at St. 
Martin-in-the-Fiolds, Middlesex, or ... . 31 
July, 1674. F. 

Carew, Thomas, of St. Martin Ontwich, London, 
bachelor, 34, and Mary Heatley, spinster, 
19, daughter of Thomas Heatley, of All 
Hallows Staining, Loudon, esq., who con- 
sents — at All Hallows aforesaid. 6 Sept. 1667. 
F. 



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Carew, Sir Tliomas, bart., of Haccoiubc, Devon, 
widower, al)out 40, and Mrs. Martha Ducko, of 
Mount Radford, in said county, witlow — at St. 
Leonard, co. Devon. 20 June, 1G72. V. 

Carew, William (Carewc), and Johanna Cres- 
wcllor, of St. Lawrence Jewrv — at St. Law- 
rence, Jewry. 25 Sep. 155k B. 

Carew, William (Carewe), of St. Mary, Abchurch, 
London, gent., and Lucretia Brooke, spinster, 
of Jleford, co. Essex, daughter of William 
Brooke, late of said parish, gent., deceased — 
at St. Mary, Abchurch. 28 Aug. 158i. B. 

Carey. See Gary. 

Carig", Henry, and Jane Catts, spinster, of City of 
London — at All Hallows, Honey Lane. 9 Jul v, 
1583. B. 

Cai'ington, Robert, of St. Martin-iu-the-Fields, 
gent., bachelor, about 30, and Mary Bui-rhus, 
of Hampton Court, Middlesex, widow — at St. 
Martiu-in-the-Fields. 7 May, 1674. V. 

Carlell, Henry, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
i\Iiddlesex, tailor, and Elizabeth Wilkinson, of 
St. Clement Danes, widow of William Wilkin- 
son, late of same, tailor — at the church of the 
Savoy in the Strand. 9 March, 160^. B. 

Carles, Edward, of City of London, yeoman, and 
Elizabeth Buntinge, of same, spinster, 
daughter of William Buntinge, of Huckinge, 
CO. Kent, yeoman — at St. Mai'y Magdalen, Old 
Fish Street. 27 Nov. 1588. B. 

Carleton, Bigley, of St. Peter, Coruhill, London, 
grocer, and Rebecca Edge, of St. Gabriel, Fen- 
church, si^inster, daughter of William Edge, of 
same, dyer — at St. Peter, Cornhill, aforesaid. 
1 Oct. 1608. B. 

Carleton, Sir Dudley. See Carlton. 

Carleton, Edward, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. Annie 
Clarke, of Dorchester, co. Oxon, spinster, 
about 22, her parents dead — at Trinity, 
Minories, Middlesex. 21 Oct. 1667. V. 

Carleton, Edwai-d, of St. Bride, London, bachelor, 
about 28, and Rhoda Francis, of same, widow 
— at St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, or 
.... 29 Sept. 1690. F, 

Carleton, Edward, of Thavies Inn, London, gent., 
bachelor, 25, and Elizabeth Moore, of Stepney, 
spinster, 21 — at Stepney. 31 March, 1704. B. 

Carleton, George, esq., of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, bachelor, 36, and Mary Andrews, of 
St. Stephen, Walbrook, spinster, 18, her 
parents dead — at St. Faith-the -Virgin, or 
Christchurch, London. 15 Sept. 1638. B. 

Carleton, George, of St. Bride, London, widower, 
30 and upwards, and Elizabeth Dillingham, of 
Hampton, Middlesex, spinster, 19 and upwards, 
with consent of her mother, Elizabeth Dilling- 
ham, of same — at the Chapel Royal at 
Hampton Court, or St. Peter, Westminster. 
26 Oct. 1717. P. 

Carleton, Matthew, of St. Bartholomew by the 
Exchange, London, bachelor, 30, and Eve 
Bowles, spinster, 21, daughter of Oliver 
Bowles, of Hatcham, co. Surrey, gent., who 
consents — at Cambervvell, co. Surrey, or 
Deptford, co. Kent. 2 Dec. 1673. F. 

Carleton, Samuel, of St. Martin Outwich, grocer, 
bachelor, 24, and Martha Wright, of St. Olave, 
Old Jury, spinster, 14, daughter of Edmund 
Wright, alderman of London, who consents — • 
at St. Olave aforesaid. 15 July, 1633. B. 

Carleton, Thomas, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 30, and Ann Baker, of 
tlic parish of Gracechiirch, London, spinster, 
23, her parents dead, alleged by William 
Baker, of St. Mary-lc-Bow, London — at Twit- 
tenham, Middlesex, or St. Duustau-in-the-East, 
London. 19 Oct. 1072. F. 



Carlile, Hugh (Karlyle), and Christian Saunders, 
widow, of St. Andrew, near Baynard's Castle, 
London — to marry there. 15 June, 1517. B. 
Carlile, Lawson, of Christchurch, London, gent., 
bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Mai-y Peachy, of 
Whitechajiel, Middlesex, si)inster, about 21, 
her ])arents dead— at Christchurch aforesaid. 
16 March, 167f. V. 

Carlill, Edward, of St. Martin Orgar, London, 
innholder, and Anno Elkyn, of same, widow of 
Edward Elkyn, late of same, barber — at St. 
Hotolph, Bishopsgate. 29 Jan. IGOf. B. 

Carlton, Sir Dudley, of Imbercourt, co. Surrey, 
knight, widower, about 30, and Lucie Crofte, 
spinster, 25, daughter of the Right Worshipful 
Sir Herbert Crofte, late of Crofte, co. Here- 
ford, knight, deceased, with the consent of her 
mother, the Lady Crofte, of Crofte aforesaid, 
widow, alleged by Joshua Carpenter, of St. 
Margaret, Westminster, gent. — at St. Peter, 
St. Martin, or St. Nicholas, in the city of 
Hereford. 8 Feb. 163f . F. 

Carlyon, Edmund, of City of London, gent., and 
Elizabeth Stradlinge, spinster, gen. lie, 3 Sept. 
1572. B. 

Carnabie, Nicholas, of Whitechapel, Middle- 
sex, mariner, and Honor Hallowell, of 
same, widow of George Hallowell, late of 
same, barber-surgeon — at the parish church 
of the Savoy, Middlesex. 1 Feb. 160f. B. 

Carnaby, Samuel, of Boxford, Suffolk, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Amy Sambach, 
of All Hallows, Honey Lane, London, spinster, 
about 19, her mother's consent — at St. James, 
Clerkenwell, or Islington, Middlesex. 8 Oct. 
1677. V. 

Came, Richard, and Adriana Lynch, widow, of 
diocose of Westminster. 3 Feb. 154^. F. 

Carne, Richard, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., bachelor. 
about 28, and Mrs. Carolina Parry, of St. 
Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street, London, 
spinster, about 19, consent of mother, Lady 
Marv Parry, widow — at St. Martiu-in-thc- 
Fiekls. 8 Feb. 167t. V. 

Carnell, Anthony [? Carvell], yeoman, and Anne 
Marten, of Saffron Walden, co. Essex, spinster, 
daughter of James Marten, late of same, 
yeoman, deceased, gen. lie, 30 Nov. 1592. B. 

Carnes, Andrew, of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent., 
bachelor, about 24, and Ursula Kendrickc, of 
St. Margaret, Westminster, spinster, about 28, 
at own disposal — at Lambeth, or St. Marv, 
Strand. 5 Jan. 166|. V. 

Carnsew, John, of the Inner Temple, esq., 
bachelor, 37, and Susan Ewer, of St. Clement 
Danes, Middlesex, widow — at St. Clement 
aforesaid or St. Pancras. 17 Dec. 1670. F. 

Carowe, — , doctor of laws, and , widow, of 

City of London, gen. lie, 26 March, 1578. B. 

Carowe, John, gent., of Navestock, co. Essex, 
bachelor, 30, and Sarah Wood, of same. 
spinster, 24, consent of mother, Sarah Wood, 
of same, widow — at Thoydon Mount or 
Thoydon Garnon, Essex. 9 March, 163f. B. 

Carowe, Thomas, of Navestock, gent., and 
Johanna Dyer, of Rothing, Barnes, gen. lie, 
10 July, 1573. B. 

Carpenter, Augustine, of Stepney, Middlesex, 
sailor, and Anne Walker, of St. Botolph, Aid- 
gate, London, spinster, daughter of Jolm 
Walker, deceased — at St. Botolph aforesaid. 
5 Oct. 1612. B. 

Carpenter, Charles, bachelor, and Anne Brogdano, 
widow. 1 June, 1667. D. 

Carpenter, Charles, of Frant, Sussex, widower, 
30, and Arabella Turner, of St. Gregory, 
London, spinster, 30— at St. Gregorv uforc> 
said. 4 Oct. 1701. B. 



245 Edmund Carpenter [i 521-1869.] Edward Carrell 246 



Carpenter, Edmund, of St. Gilcs-in-the-Fields, 
g'ent., baclicloi-, about 26, and Hannah Granger, 
of same, spinster, about 26, and at own dis- 
posal — at St. Bartholomew-tho-Less, London. 
8 Jan. 167 h V. 

Carpenter, Lieut. -Col. George, of St. James, 
Westminster, bachelor, 33, and the Hon. the 
Ladj' Alice Margetson, of same, widow, 33, 
alleged by Nathaniel Carpenter, of St. 
Edmund-the-King, London — at St. Edmund 
aforesaid or .... 20 Jan. 169J. F. 

Carpenter, Right Hon. George, Earl of Tyrconnel, 
Ijachelor, above 21, and Sarah Hussey 
Dclaval, of St. John Evangelist, West- 
minster, spinster, above 16, daughter of Sir 
John Hussey Delaval, bart., who consents, 
spec, lie, 2 June, 1780. F. 

Carpenter, Henry, of Gillford, Surrey, merchant, 
bachelor, about 28, and Bethial Parson, of 
same, spinster, aboiit 20, consent of father, 
Henry Parson, of same, gent. — at St. Olave, 
Hart Street, London, or .... 27 Feb. 166.V. 

y. 

Carpenter, John, of South Weald, and Alice 
Segrave, of Ging Mountenev, widow — at 
South Weald. 18 July, 1550. B. 

Carpenter, John, of St. Gregory, London, gent., 
bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Dorothy Sharde- 
lowe, of same, spinster, about 17, consent of 
father, Thomas Shardelowe, of Banham, co. 
Norfolk, gent. — in church or chapel of St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 26 Dec. 1665. V. 

Cai*penter, John, of St. James, Clerkenwell, 
Middlesex, gent., bachelor, about 40, and Mrs. 
Mary Norwood, of Great Stanmore, Middle- 
sex, widow, about 35 — at St. Giles-iu-the- 
Fields, Middlesex, or the Temple cha^jel, 
London. 12 Aug. 1678. V. 

Carpenter, John, of New Inn, London, gent., 
bachelor, 25, and Deborah Brome, of Horton, 
CO. Somerset, spinster, 22, daughter of 
Deborah Brome, of same, widow, who con- 
sents — at Dolish or Ilminster, co. Somerset. 
4 March, 168f . F. 

Carpenter, Eichard, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
Middlesex, and Joane Broadbank, of same, 
widow of Matthew Broadbanke, gent. — at St. 
Mary, Whitechapel, aforesaid. 3 Oct. 1623. 
B. 

Carpenter, Richard (Carpender), of Loughton, 
Essex, gent., widower, about 48, and Hannah 
Lee, of same, widow, about 36 — at Waltham 
Abbey, co. Essex. 30 Dec. 1673. V. 

Cai'penter, Richard, of East Grinstead, co. Wilts, 
clerk, bachelor, about 27, and Grace Paynell, 
of St. Margaret, Westminster, spinster, about 
24., and at own disposal, alleged by Humphrey 
PajTiell, of St. Saviour, Southwark, upholster 
— at St. Saviour aforesaid. 16 Jan. 167f . Y. 

Carpenter, Robert, of St. Olave, Hart Street, 
London, bachelor, and Anne Bigge, of St. 
Lawrciice Pountuey, London, spinster — at St. 
Lawrence aforesaid. 26 Nov. 1661. B. 

Carpenter, Robert, of St. Catherine Creechurch, 
London, widower, and Mary Price, of St. 
Andrew Undershaft, London, widow — at St. 
Catherine Creechurch aforesaid. 29 Jan. 
166i. B. 

Carpenter, Samuel, clothworker, and Grace 
Leys, of St. Bennet, Gracechurch, London, 
si)inster, daughter of — Leys, deceased — at 
St. Bennet aforesaid. 11 Aug. 1623. B. 

Carpenter, Thomas, of Whethamsted, Herts, and 
Mary Neale, spinster, of St. Peter, in St. 
Albans, Herts — at St. Peter aforesaid. 18 
Nov. 1575. B. 



Carpenter, Thomas, of St. Leonard, in St. Mar- 
tin-lc-Grand, and Elizabeth Ireland, of same 
—at St. Martiu-in-the-Fields. 30 April, 1606. 

Carpenter, Thomas, of Otford, Kent, gent., 
bachelor, 23, and Mary Towne, of Horton 
Kirby, said county, spinster, 17, her parents 
dead, with consent of her uncle, Walter Col- 
lins — at Halsted, Kingsdown, or Aynsford, 
Kent. 23 March, 164f. F. 

Carpenter, William, of Cobham, Surrey, gent., 
widower, about 50, and Margaret Clayton, of 
same, widow, about 40 — at Kingston or Rich- 
mond, CO. Surrey. 28 Feb. 166f. V. 

Carpenter, William, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
gent., bachelor, about 24, and Mrs. Katherine 
Suckley, of Islington, Middlesex, spinster, 
about 16, consent of father, Ralj^h Suckley, of 
Exeter House, in the Strand, Middlesex, esq., 
who alleges — at Islington or Newington 
Green, Middlesex. 22 Feb. 166^. V. 

Carr, Andrew, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Mid- 
dlesex, yeoman, and Elizabeth Tomson, of 
same, spinster, daughter of John Tomson, late 
of Aberdeen, Scotland, gent., deceased — at St. 
Martin aforesaid. 9 March, 160J. B. 

Carr, James, of St. Martin-iu-the-Fields, and 
Mary Wildbloud, of St. Leonard, Foster Lane, 
London, widow — at St. Leonard aforesaid. 7 
April, 1626. B. 

Carr, John, silkman, and Elizabeth Braybrooke, 
of St. Edmund, Lombard Street, London — at 
St. Botolph, Aldersgate, London. 18 Julv, 
1626. B. 

Carr, John, and Elizabeth Watson, of St. Sepul- 
chre, Loudon — at St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 
London. 25 Jan. 162fi. B. 

Carr, John, of Carleton, co. Northampton, gent., 
bachelor, about 26, and Mrs. Hester Peachie, 
of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, widow, 
about 30 — at St. Augustine, London. 12 Mav, 
1679. V 

Carr, Robert, of St. Botolph, Billingsgate, and 
Mary Shexton, " imella," of Little St. Bar- 
tholomew-in-the-West, Smithtield, City of 
Loudon, gen. lie, 25 Nov. 1562. B. 

Carr, Thomas (Carre), of St. Clement Danes, 
Lotidon, surgeon, and Millicent Fletcher, of 
same, spinster — at St. Nicholas Aeons, 
London. 4 June, 1623. B. 

Carr, Thomas, of the city of Chichester, clerk, 
bachelor, about 27, and Mrs. Elizabeth Peck- 
ham, of the parish of the sub-deanery of 
Chichester, spinster, about 22, consent of her 
mother [? Dame aj^parently written over 
Marie], Peckham, her father dead — in Ely 
House chapel or .... 26 April, 1678. V. 

Carr, William, of Gray's Inn, esq., sou and heir 
of Sir Robert Carr, of Etall, co. Northumber- 
land, knight, bachelor, 27, and Margaret 
Boscawen, of St. Gregory, London, daughter 
of Hugh Boscawen, of Tregothuan, co. Corn- 
wall, esq., deceased, spinster, 25 — at St. 
Ann, Blackfriars, or St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, 
London. 12 Nov. 1661. B. 

Carr, William, of Heston, Middlesex, clerk, 
bachelor, 26, and Frances Brent, of same, 
widow, 29 — at East Clannow, co. Surrey. 21 
April, 1662. F. 

Carran, Owyn (Karran), of St. Peter, Paul's 
Wharf, tailor, and Jane Alderson, spinster, 
gen. lie, 12 Oct. 1582. B. 

Carrell, Edward (subs, x ), of St. Andrew, Hoi- 
born, haberdasher, bachelor, 24, and Eliza- 
beth Chester, of same, spinster, 30, her parents 
dead— at St. Paucras. 2 Jan. 163i-. B. 



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248 



Carrier, Eichard, of St. Nicholas, Cole Abbey, 
Lorulou, mercer, bachelor, and Sarah Smith, 
of same, widow of Edward Smith, late of same, 
mercer — at Hadley, co. Middlesex. 8 Feb. 
IGlj. B. 

Carrill, Benjamin, and Elizabeth Barrowes, of 
Si. Tnuity-the-Lcss, Loudon, widow — at St. 
Trinity aforesaid. 7 June, 1626. B. 

Carrington, James, esq., of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
widower, and Lydia Leiph, of St. Martin-in- 
thc-Fields, widow — at St. rauVs cathedral. 
14 May, 1736. B. 

Carriton, John {i.e., Coryton), of Neuton, co. 
Cornwall, esq., bachelor, about 23, and Eliza- 
beth Chyverton, of St. James, Clcrkcuwell, 
spinster, about 18, consent of her father. Sir 
Kichard Chj^verton, of London, knight — at 
St. James, Clerkenwell. 13 Feb. 167^. V. 

Carse, the Right Worshipful John (seems to subs. 
Cares), of St. Margaret, Westminster, D.D., 
bachelor, 38, and Suzan Locke, of St. Bar- 
tholomew the Great, London, spinster, 19 (or 
29), consent of her mother, — Locke, alias 
Joslin — at Great St. Bartholomew aforesaid. 
21 Jan. 16f§. B. 

Carter, Anthony, of St. Bennett, Paul's VvTiarf, 
bachelor, 27, and Katherine Medcalf, of St. 
Giles, Crijjplegate, spinster, 24, father dead, 
consent of her mother, Joue Trott, alias Med- 
calfe, wife of John Trott, of St. Giles afore- 
said, collier, who attests — at St. Faith. 14 
May, 1625. B. 

Carter, Charles, of St. Clement Danes, gent., 
bachelor, about 24, and Mrs. Mary White, of 
St. Bride, London, widow, about 27 — at St. 
Mary, Savoy. 28 Jan. 167f . V. 

Carter, Charles, of Steimey, Middlesex, mariner, 
bachelor, about 30, and Susanne Isles, of St. 
Paul, Shadwell, Middlesex, widow, about 34 
— at Stepney, or St. Paul, aforesaid, or Bow, 
CO. Middlesex. 27 Sept. 1678. V. 

Carter, Edward, cordwainer, and Jane Farre, of 
St. Martin, Ironmonger Lane, London, widow 
of Hugh Farre, late of St. Stephen, Coleman 
Street, London, baker — at St. Martin afore- 
said. 17 Feb. 159^. B. 

Carter, Francis, of Great Baddow, Essex, poul- 
terer, widower, about 36, and Sarah Wright, 
of North Glemham, Suffolk, spinster, aged 33 — 
at Crainsford, Suffolk. 27 Sept. 1666. V. 

Carter, Geoffrej', yeoman, and Elizabeth Harrys, 
of Burnham, Essex, widow of — Harrys, late 
of same, carpenter, gen. lie, 20 Sept. 1591. 
B. 

Carter, George, of St.Botolph, Bishopsgate, Lou- 
don, painter, stainer, and Sarah Weston, of 
same, widow. 14 Aug. 1666. B. 

Carter, Giles, of Waltham Holy Cross, co. Essex, 
yeoman, and Anne Karnes, of same, spinster, 
daughter of John Karnes, of Writtle, said 
county, yeoman — at St. John Zachary, Lon- 
don. "9 Jan. 1621. B. 

Carter, James, of Chipping Barnett, co. Herts, 
husbandman, bachelor, and Mary Wyley, of 
Haley, co. Middlesex, widow of Kichard 
Wyley, late of same, butcher — at St. Giles, 
Crijjplegatc, London. 28 Aug. 1611. B. 

Carter, James, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
tailor, and Mary Andrewes, of St. Bennet, 
Paul's ^Vharf, London, spinster, daughter of 
Thomas Andrewes, of Pains^s^ck, co. Glouces- 
ter, yeoman — at St. Bennet aforesaid. 8 
May, 1622. B. 

Carter, John, and Gylmen Haverd, widow, of 
the diocese of Westminster. 1 Oct. 1546. F. 

Carter, John, of St. Michael, Wood Street, and 
Johanna Wattson, of St. Bennet Sherehog, 
Loudon, gen. lie, 7 Sept. 1570. B. 



Carter, John, of Orsett, co. Essex, husbandman, 
and Margaret Brewer, widow, late ux. 
Nicholas Brewer, of Eastwood, said county — 
at Eastwood. 29 Aug. 1582. B. 

Carter, John, of City of London, gent., and Anne 
Casson, spinster, of St. Olave, Silver Street, 
London, daughter of Thomas Casson, late of 
Gray's Inn, Middlesex, gent., deceased, gen. 
lie, 13 May, 1589. B. 

Carter, John, of Stepney, Middlesex, mariner, 
and Jane Cleaves, of All Hallows Barking, 
London, widow of John Cleaves, late of same, 
mariner — at All Hallows Barking aforesaid. 
25 Oct. 1611. B. 

Carter, John, of Dorney, Bucks, gent, bachelor, 
28, and Marah Tomlins, spinster, 21 and 
upwards, daughter of Edward Tomlins, late 
of Toddenliam, co. Gloucester, gent., de- 
ceased, and her mother also — at St. Faith, 
London. 16 Feb. 163|. F. 

Carter, John, bachelor, 24, son of Francis Carter, 
of Guildford, Stu'rej', gent., who alleges, and 
Mary Stint, of St. Martin-in-the- Fields, 
spinster, 19, daughter of John Stint, of 
Guildford aforesaid, tailor, who consents — at 
St. Clement Danes or St. Mary, Savoy. 
5 June, 1633. B. 

Carter, Lawrence, of the borough of Leicester, 
CO. Leicester, widower, about 33, and Mrs. 
Mary Potter, of St. Mary-at-Hill, London, 
spinster, about 20, her father's consent — at 
St. Mary Stavning, London. 5 July, 1675. 
V. 

Carter, Martin, of Stanford-le-Hope, co. Essex, 
yeoman, and Elizabeth Dove, of Alveley, said 
countv, widow — at St. Faith, London. 21 Jane, 
1626.''b. 

Carter, Nathaniel, of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, 
merchant, bachelor, about 40, and Mrs. Mary 
Fleetwood, of Stoke Newington, Middlesex, 
spinster, about 23, consent of Mr. Fleetwood, 
her father, of Stoke Newington aforesaid. 
19 Feb. 167 J. V. 

Carter, Nicholas, of St. Gregorj^ London, mer- 
chant taj-lor, -n-idower, 31, and Martha Glover, 
spinster, 30, daughter of John Glover, of 
Hyde, co. Kent, yeoman, who consents — at 
Islington, jMiddlesex, or St. Martin, Ludgate, 
London. 11 Dec. 1632. F. 

Carter, Ralph, of St. Bartholomew-the-Less, 
London, cordwainer, and Dorothy Dunwell, 
spinster, daughter of Cliristopher Dunwell, 
late of Otteley, co. York, yeoman, deceased — 
at St. Sepulchre, London. 1 Ajjril, 1608. B. 

Carter, Reginald, and Jovce Chapman, of London. 
12 May, 1548. F. 

Carter, Richard (Cartar), of St. Lawrence 
Pountucy, and Mary Stj^rroppe, of St. Mary 
Magdalen, Old Fish Street, gen. lie, 19 Dec. 
1565. B. 

Carter, Richard, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
butcher, and Margery Brooke, of same, 
spinster, daughter of Thomas Brooke, late of 
Wingrave, co. Bucks, yeoman, deceased, gen. 
lie, 21 July, 1596. B. 

Carter, Richard, of Colne, co. Huntiugdon, gent., 
bachelor, about 24, and Mrs. Mary Ashen, of 
Horndon-on-the-Hill, co. Essex, spinster, about 
20, consent of guardian, her parents dead — at 
Horndon aforesaid. 22 June, 1671. V. 

Carter, Robert, of East Tilbury, co. Essex, car- 
penter, widower, and Margaret Ashen, of 
Hornechurch, co. Essex, spinster, daughter of 
Edward Ashen, late of same, blacksmith, de- 
ceased — at Christchurch, London. 29 Oct. 
1621. B. 



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[i 521-1869.] Timothy Cartwright 250 



Carter, Eobert, of St. Leonard, Eastclieap, 
London, bachelor, 23, and Martha Lamb, of 
St. Giles, Cripplegato, London, spinster, 20, 
daughter of Percival Lamb, of same, who 
consents — at Cripplogate Church or St. Peter, 
Cornhill, London. 13 April, 1G89. F. 

Carter, Samuel, of Westminster, gent., and 
Johanna Bell, of same, widow — at St. Mar- 
garet, ^V^estminster. 5 Jan. 161^. D. 

Carter, Thomas, of Margaret lloothing, co. Essex, 
and Margaret Barnarde, spinster, of same — to 
marry there. 7 Jan. 157^. B. 

Carter, Thomas, of All Hallows Barking, gent., 
and Ellen Marten, widow, of St. Margaret 
Pattens, relict of John Marten, of same, 
plummer, gen. lie, 9 Dec. 15S7. B. 

Carter, Thomas, of St. Bennet, Gracechurch, 
London, grocer, and Elizabeth Owen, sj)inster, 
of the City of London, daughter of Robert 
Owen, of Colbroke, co. Berks, innkeeper, gen. 
lie, 27 March, 1590. B. 

Carter, Thomas, of the City of London, vintner, 
and Joaue Smith, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London, widow of — Smith, gent. — at St. 
Botolph, Aldgate, London. 5 Aug. 1617. B. 

Carter, Thomas, of Kimnell, co. Denbigh, esq., 
bachelor, 2J-, and Elizabeth Style, daughter of 
Sir Thomas Style, of Wateringbury, co. Kent, 
who consents — at Wateringbury aforesaid or 
.... 30 Sept. 1678. F. 

Carter, Thoma?, of Gray's Inn, esq., widower, 
and Joanna Baker, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
spinster, 30 — in chapel of Ely Honse, Holborn. 
16 June, 1737. B. 

Carter, William, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, and Joane Compton, widow of 
Peter Compton, late of the city of West- 
minster — at St. Dunstan-in-the-West, London. 
30 Nov. 1622. B. 

Carter, Mr. William, clerk, M.A., of Waltham 
Holy Cross, Essex, bachelor, 27, and Susan 
Powell, spinster, 20, daughter of Susan Powell, 
of same, widow of Thomas Powell, of same, 
gent., deceased — at Stanstead Thele, co. 
Herts, or at Waltham Holy Cross aforesaid. 
1 July, 1623. B. 

Carter, William, of Hornchurch, co. Essex, and 
Mary Betts, of same, spinster— at St. Mary 
Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London. 24 Oct. 
1626. B. 

Carter, William, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
bachelor, and Anne Wells, of same, widow. 
28 Oct. 1663. D. 

Carteiuele, John, and Emma Pettingher, of the 
City of London. 26 Dec. 1544. P. 

Carteret, Edward, of St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex, esq., bachelor, about 30, and Dame 
Bridget Sudbury, alias Clutterbuck, of Ingate- 
stone, Essex, widow, about 30 — at the colle- 
giate church of St. Peter, Westminster, or 
Henry VII.'s chapel, or St. Margaret, West- 
minster. 20 Nov. 1699. F. 

Carteret, George. " Licentia cocessaper Mag'rum 
ab Facultates Georgis Carteret Dfii Philippi 
Carteret, equitis aurati filii Dili Georgii Car- 
teret, Regiae Ma'' Vicecancerarii et Diio Eegi 
a secretioribus Conciliis filio, et Dna Gratise 
Grenvill (i.e., Granville) Joanuis Comitis Bath 
Regii Cubiculi Gen. principalis filite " — at St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, or any other church or 
chapel in the diocese of London. 15 March, 
167f. F. 

Carteret, Philip, esq., of St. Peter-le-Poor, 
London, bachelor, 24, and Dame Jemima 
Montagu, spinster, 17, daughter of the Right 
Hon. Earl of Sandwich, who consents — at 
Deptford, Kent, or elsewhere in the diocese of 
London. 29 July, 1665. F. 



Carterett, Sir Phillippe De, of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, bart., bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. 
Elizabeth De Carterett, of St. Margaret, 
A¥estminster, spinster, about 13, her father's 
consent — at St. Mary, Savoy. 25 April, 1676. 
V. 

Cartrall, Robei-t, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
bitmakcr, and Elizabeth Clarke, of St. Faith, 
London, spinster, her parents dead — at St. 
Anne and Agnes, Aldersgate, London. 30 Seijt. 
1619. B. 

Cartret, Benjamin, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
esq., bachelor, about 27, and Mrs. Dorothy 
Lane, of same, spinster, about 21, consent of 
father, Jolm Lane, gent. — at St. Giles-in-tho- 
Fields, or St. Andrew, Holborn. 6 March, 
167?. V. 

Cartwright, Anthony, gent., of St. Dunstan-in- 
the-West, bachelor, 27, and Anne Radcliffe, of 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster, 23, her 
parents dead — at St. Aljihage. 29 April, 1634. 
B. 

Cartwright, George, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, blacksmith, and Joane Howell, of 
same, spinster, daughter of — Howell, de- 
ceased — at Great All Hallows, Thames Street, 
London. 20 May, 1625. B. 

Cartwright, George, of St. Peter-ad-Vincula, 
Tower of Loudon, gent., widower, 36, and 
Dorothy Needham, of same, widow, 36 — at 
St. Martin Outwich. 31 Oct. 1637. B. 

Cartwright, Mr. George, of Essington, co. Notts, 
bachelor, about 50, and Mrs. Katherino 
Sanderson, of Beestrop, said county, spinster, 
2i, her parents dead, alleged by Mrs. Ann 
Salter, of Fulham, Middlesex, widow — at 
Charlton-on-Trent, co. Notts, or ... . 6 May, 
1696. F. 

Cartwright, Henry, of St. John, Walbrook, 
London, cordwainer, and Ann Aelmer, of 
St. Antholin, said city, spinster, daughter of 
— Aelmer, deceased — at St. Antholin afore- 
said. 8 Feb. 161f. B. 

Cartwright, Jervaise, of Hornechurch, Essex, 
merchant, bachelor, about 30, and Elizabeth 
Bendyshe, of Berry Street, in the City of Lon- 
don, spinster, about 18, consent of father. Sir 
Thomas Bendyshe, bart., alleged by John 
Bendyshe (sic subs.), of Steeple Bumpsted, 
CO. Essex, esq. — at Little Ilford, Barking, or 
Havering, co. Essex. 10 July, 1667. V. 

Cartwright, John, gent, [in margin, " servant 
with Mr. Aske"], of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
bachelor, 30, parents both dead, and Amy 
Pownder, of St. James, Clerkeuwell, about 4U, 
widow of Henrjr Pownder, of same, gent., 
deceased — at Great Bartholomew, London. 
24 Dec. 1601. B. 

Cartwright, Peter, of St. Dunstan-in-the-East, 
London, bachelor, 35, and Mary Wilmore, 
spinster, 24, daughter of George Wilmore, of 
Stratford, Bow, Middlesex, esq., who consents 
• — at St. Leonard, Shoreditch, Stepney, or 
Edmonton, Middlesex. 14 July, 1684. F. 

Cartwright, Richard (Cartewi-ighte), and Thoma- 
sine Baker, widow, of the City of London, 
gen. lie, 12 Jan. 157|-. B. 

Cartwright, Thomas, D.D., of Barking, co. Essex, 
widower, 28, and Sarah Wight, spinster, 18, 
daughter of Henry Wight, of same, esq., who 
consents— at St. Mary Magdalen, Milk Street, 
London. 27 May, 1662. F. 

Cartwright, Timothy, of Aston-super-Carrent, 
CO. Gloucester, citizen and draper of Loudon, 
and Mary Harris, of St. Martin-le-Grand, 
spinster — at St. Leonard in said precinct. 
26 Aug. 1616. D. 



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252 



Cartwright, William, of Westminster, yeoman, 
and Elizabeth Williams, of same, widow— at 
Sf. Mar<,^aret, WestJiiinster. 21 July, 1021. 
D. 

Cartwright, William, of Bloxliam, eo. Oxon., 
esq., Middlesex, about 28, and Jlrs. Ursula 
Fairfax, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middle- 
sex, about 18, consent of her mother. Dame 
— Fairfax, widow, alleged by Henry Fairfax, 
of Oxford, bachelor in divinity — at Kensing- 
ton, St. Paul, Covent Garden, or St. Andrew, 
Ilolborn. 21 July, 1669. V. 

Cams, Peter, of St. Michael, Wood Street, 
London, haberdasher, and Ellen Eego, of St. 
Mary Abchurch, widow of Ric'hard Lego, late 
of same, haberdasher — at St. Mary Abchurch 
aforesaid. 19 Jan. 160.}. B. 

Cartitliers, George, gent., of St. Olave, Old 
Jewry, London, bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth 
Tilstone, of same, spinster, 20, her father 
dead, consent of Rachel Tilstone, widow, of 
St. John, Walbrook, attested by William 
Tilstone, of same — at St. Olave, Old Jewry 
aforesaid. 1 Sept. 1622. B. 

Carvell, Anthony, 1592. See Carnell. 

Gary, Benjamin, of Gray's Inn, bachelor, about 
23, and Mrs. Mary Moseley, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, spinster, about 19, consent of her 
mother, Mrs. Amy Cary (si'c)— at St. Marv, 
Savoy. 8 Aug. 1676. V. 

Cary, Christopher, of Hackney, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 24, and Margaret Lenthall, of same, 
spinster, 24, her parents dead — at St. Mary 
Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London. 1 Aug. 
1682. F. 

Cary, Ernestus, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
widower, 40, and Elizabeth Creswell, of 
same, widow, 36 — at St. Margaret, Lothburj-. 
May, 1661. P. 

Cary, Francis (Carey), of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, widower, and Hannah Burton, of 
same, spinster, 32, at her own disposal — at 
St. Giles aforesaid. 3 Nov. 1683. F. 

Gary, Henry (Carey), and Anne Morgan, of the 
family of our lord the king, gent. 21 May, 
1545." F. 

Gary, Sir Henry (Carey), of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
knight, widower, 46, and Martha Andrewes, of 
same, spinster, 30, at own disposal, alleged by 
Luke Whittington, esq., of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West — at St. Mary Bothaw, London. 16 Mav, 
1663. B. 

Cary, James, of St. Margaret Moses, Youdon, 
Salter, widower, and Anne Dabson, spinster, 
21, daughter of Robert Dabson, of Aston, co. 
Oxo'ii, gent., who consents — at Lutenor, co. 
Oxon. 27 Sept. 1664. F. 

Cary, John (Carye), esq., and Mary Payton, gent., 
of Little Chesterford — to marry there. 20 Dec. 
1570. B. 

Ca,r7, John, of Marlborough, Wilts, surgeon, 
bachelor, 25, and Judith Cliffe, of St. Mary, 
'iVhitechapel, widow, 30— at St. Faith, London. 
20 Sept. 1639. B. 

Cary, John, of Uxbridge, Middlesex (" laniu. ?) 
and Elizabeth Humfrey, of Westminster, 
s!)inster — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 25 
April, 1612. D. 

C.'iry, John, of St. Benet Fink, citizen and 
i^::ilter, widower, 27, and Mary Coxe, of St. 
(iilos, Crii)])legate, spinster, 18, consent of 
Mr. Robert Callow, her father-in-law, an<l 
Mrs. Callow, his wife, her lawful and natural 
mother — in chapel at Guildhall. 23 April, 
1672. B. 



Cary, Robert, of Alwington, Devon, gent., bachelor, 
about dl', and ]\Iargaret Casworth, spinster, 
about 23, daughter of one Casworth, late of 
CO. Cornwall, clerk, deceased, with consent of 
her mother, Frances Cary (sic), of Alwington 
aforesaid, widow — at Whitson, co. Cornwall. 
8 Dec. 1632. F. 

Cary, Thomas, of St. Michael-le-Querne, London, 
citizen and mercer, bachelor, about 27, and 
Mrs. Deborah Wood, of St. Faith, London, 
spinster, about 19, consent of father, John 
Wood, of same, silkman — at St. Dunstan-in- 
tho-West, London. 1 Sept. 1674. V. 

Cary, Thomas, of Stratton Ardley, co. Bucks 
[Oxon erased], bachelor, and Mary Hunt, of 
Borstole, said county, spinster, and at own 
disposal — at Borstole aforesaid. 28 March, 
1672. V. 

Cary, Thomas, of St. Michaol-le-Querne, London, 
mercer, widower, about 31, and Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Taylor, of St. Vedast, alias Forter, of 
London, widow, about 32 — at St. Sepulchre, 
London. 10 Feb. 167f . V. 

Cary, Walter, esq., of Everton, Beds, widower, 46, 
and Elizabeth Wollaston, of St. Giles, Crip- 
plegate, London, widow, 38 — at St. Martin, 
Outwich, or St. Peter-le-Poor, London. 21 
July, 1663. F. 

Cary, Walter, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
bachelor, about 19, and Anabella Halford, 
spinster, 18, daughter of the Lady Elizabeth 
Halford, of same, widow, who consents — at 
Lambeth aforesaid (sic). 20 Oct. 1684. F. 

Cary, William (Carye), of St. Sepulchre, London, 
gent., and Dorothy Heath, of St. Peter, in St. 
Albans, Herts, spinster, daughter of Thomas 
Heath, of same, yeoman — at St. Botolpb, 
Aldgate, London. 29 Sept. 1597. B. 

Cary, William, of St. Mary Magdalen, Milk Street, 
London, merchant, widower, 39, and Susan 
Sherer, of St. Lawrence, Old Jewry, said 
city, spinster, 19, daughter of Richard Sherer, 
of same, merchant, who consents — at Hackney, 
Middlesex. 1 Feb. 165^. F. 

Cary, William, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 25, and Sarah Spilsbury, of same, 
spinster, 25, daughter of William Spilsbury, 
of Hockley-in-the-Hole, co. Worcester, who 
consents — at St. Dunstan-in-the- West, London, 
17 Sept. 16S7. F. 

Cary, William (Carey), of Clovelley, co. Devon, 
widower, and Mary Mansell, of St. Paul, Covent 
Garden, Middlesex, spinster, 20, with consent 
of her grandfather, her father dead — at St. 
Paul aforesaid, or ... . 28 March, 1694. F. 

Cary, Wymond (Carey), of the City of London, 
esq., and Catherine Crane, of same, widow 
of Henry Crane, esq., gen. lie, 9 May, 1589. R. 

Caryer, Robert, of Long Orton, co. Huntingdon, 
clerk, bachelor, 30, and Penelope Price, of 
Stoke, CO. Lincoln, spinster, 27, at her own 
disposal — at St. Sepulchre or Charterhouse 
chapel, London. 28 Aug. 1693. F. 

Caryll, John, 1619. See Carell. 

Caryll, Paul, of Wapijing, Middlesex, gent., 
bachelor, about 26, and Susan Brand, of St. 
Katherine Tower, Loudon, spinster, about 23, 
consent of mother, — Brand, widow — at St. 
Dunstan-in-the-East or West. 22 Aug. 1676. 
V. 

Caryll, Richard, of Thorpe Major, co. Surrey, 
gent., widower, 40, and Elizabeth Barthol- 
omew, of same, spinster, 25, at her own 
disposal — at Thorjie aforesaid, or Chertsey, or 
Egham, co. Surrey. 13 May, 1665. F, 



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Caryll, Timoth}', clerk, of town of Nottingham, 
bachelor, 30, and Mrs. Elizabeth Hyett, of 
Leatherhcad, Surrey, spinster, 20, father's 
consent — at St. James-in-the-Fields. 8 May, 
1694. B. 

Carywitham, Edward, and Dorothy Gainsford, of 
diocese Westminster. 3 Dec. 1544. F. 

Case, Edward, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Elizabeth Willcox, of 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster, about 22, 
consent of mother, — Lucke, alias Willcox — 
at St. Mary, Savoy. 5 Dec. 1670. V. 

Case, John, of Whitechapel, Middlesex, bachelor, 
about 23, and Susan Litchfield, of St. Botolph, 
Bishopsgate, widow, about 25 — at St. Mai-y, 
Whitechapel. 12 Jan. mf^. V. 

Case, Miles, of St. Botolph, Billingsgate, and 
Agnes Thurbarne, spinster, of St. Mary-at- 
Hill— at St. Magnus. 27 Sept. 1574. B. 

Casewell, George, of Brentford, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 21, and Barbara Billingsley, spinster, 
20, daughter of Richard Billingsley, of 
Isleworth, said county, gent., who consents — • 
at Isleworth aforesaid, or ... . 22 Jan. 
168f. F. 

Casse, John, of Greenwich, Kent, clerk, bachelor, 
25, and Elizabeth Bright, of same, spinster, 
23, her parents dead — at Lees, co. Kent. 26 
April, 1676. F. 

Casson, Edward, of Acton, Middlesex, gent., 
widower, about 56, and Jane Bense, of 
Redcliffe, said county, about 40, widow of 
Robert Bense, late of same, mariner — at All 
Hallows Staining, London. 30 Oct. 1632. F. 

Casson, Francis, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
yeoman, and Rachel Bevyn, spinster, of same, 
daughter of William Bevyn, of same, chandler 
— at same. 13 June, 1589. B. 

Casson, John (Cason), of St. Bemiet, Gracechurch, 
London, grocer, and Barbara Heylyn, of St. 
Peter, Cornhill, widow of Peter Hey l^-n, late of 
same, grocer — at St. Olave, Hart Street, 
London. 26 Aug. 1602. B. 

Casson, Jonathan, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
gent., widower, about 31, and Mrs. Anne 
Winchester, of same, spinster, about 20, her 
mother's consent — at Knightsbridge, Middle- 
sex. 21 March, 166f . V. 

Casson, William, of the City of London, grocer, 
and Ellen Sturt, of same, spinster, daughter 
of Nicholas Sturt, of same, merchant taylor — 
at St. Michael Basishaw, London. 29 Nov. 

1610. B. 

Casson, William (Cason), of Ramsey, co. Essex, 
sailor, bachelor, and " Benedicta " Hayes, of 
Aveley, said county, spinster, daughter of 
Thomas Hayes, clerk, curate of Aveley afore- 
said — at All Hallows Barking, London. 12 
June, 1616. B. 

Casswaie, John, mariner, and Ursula Moore, 
spinster, daughter of — Moore, deceased — at 
Whitechapel, Middlesex. 15 Nov. 1620. B. 

Cassy, Thomas, of the City of London, gent., and 
Cassandra Gyfforde, spinster, of All Hallows- 
in-the-Wall, London, gen. lie, 13 Dec. 1580. B. 

Castell, Nicholas, of North Weild, Essex, cooper, 
and Johanna Tewer, of same, widow, relict of 
Robert Tewer, deceased ■ — at St. Gabriel 
Fenchurch. 3 April, 1583. B. 

Castell, Robert, the elder, esq., widower, 60, and 
Elizabeth Tayler, of St. Thomas Apostles, 60, 
widow of Robert Tayler, esq., who died 2 
years ago — at St. Ann, Blackfriars. 22 May, 

1611. B. 



Castell, Thomas, of St. Andrew, Holborn, leather- 
seller, widower, about 40, and Mrs. Mary 
Hoare, of St. Peter-ad-Vincula, London, 
spinster, about 24, consent of father, James 
Hoare, esq. — at St. Andrew, Holborn. 25 
May, 1672. V. 

Castell, William, of Grays, co. Essex, yeoman, 
and Margery Lyon, of Little Thurrock, said 
county, widow of — Lyon, late of same, 
yeoman, gen. lie, 28 Nov. 1593. B. 

Castell, William, of Redereth Wall, co. Surrey, 
shipwright, widower, 34, and Martha Batten, 
spinster, 26, daughter of Sir Will 'am Batten, 
knight, of AValthamstow, Essex, who consents 

— at 'Walt ham stow or St. Olave, Hart Street, 
Loudon. 2 July, 1663. F. 

Castelys, James, of All Hallows Barking, and 
Elizabeth Lawson, of St. Margaret Pattens — 
at St. James, Gai-Hck Hithe. 17 May, 1554. 
B. 

Castillon, John, D.D., of the city of Canterbury, 
bachelor, about 40, and Mrs. Margaret Diggs, 
of Chilham Castle, Kent, spinster, about 27, 
her father's consent — at St. Mary, Savoy, 
alleged by Daniel Foord, of London, merchant. 
27 Nov. 1666. V. 

Castle, James, of All Hallows Barking, and 
Elizabeth Gierke, of St. Margaret Pattens, 
widow — at St. Margaret aforesaid. 13 Jan. 
155|. B. 

Castle, John, of East Tilbury, Essex, and Avico 
Tyson, widow, of Grays Thurrock, relict of 

— Tyson, of sanae, butcher — at St. Benet, 
Paul's Wharf. 15 May, 1585. B. 

Castle, John, tailor, and Elizabeth Blackman, 
widow of John Blackman, labourer — at St. 
Gregory, London. 7 Feb. 161|. B. 

Castle, Richard, jun., of Narboth Castle, co. Pem- 
l:)roke, gent., alleges the marriage of Richard 
Castle, sen., of same, esq., widower, and 
Elizabeth Selwood, of Great Eling, Middlesex, 
widow — at St. Paul, Covent Garden, Middle- 
sex. 20 Dec. 1678. F. 

Castle, Sherrard, alias Castle Sherrard, [he signed 
only "Sherard Castell,"] of Glatton, co. Hunt- 
ingdon, gent., bachelor, 23, and Susan Sedley, 
spinster, 20,daughter of William Sedley, late of 
Baules, co. Herts, esq., deceased, and her 
mother also dead — at St. Andrew, Holborn, or 
St. Marv Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London. 
26 Sept. ■'1660. P. 

Castle, Thomas, of Great Baddow, Essex, white 
Tower, and Ellen Broke, of Danbury, said 
county, spinster, daughter of Robert Brooke, 
of same, yeoman — at St. Benet, Paul's Wharf, 
24 July, 1585. B. 

Castle, Thomas, of Egham, Surrey, gent., 
widower, about 45, and Mrs. Alice Howard, of 
St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, widow, about 
50 — at Bansted, co. Surrey. 15 Feb. 167*. V. 

Castocke, Christopher, of St. Botolph, Bishops- 
gate, London, carman, bachelor, and Eliza 
Johnson, of same, spinster, daughter of — 
Johnson, deceased — at St. Botolph aforesaid. 
9 March, 161i. B. 

Casweld, Richard, of St. Swithin, London, white 
baker, and Mary Slany, of St. Michael, Corn- 
hill, London, sjDinster, daughter of Richard 
Slany, of Wem, co. Salop, gent. — at St. Michael 
aforesaid. 4 Feb. 161g. B. 

Catcher, John, of St. Botolph, Billingsgate, London, 
merchant, and Hellenor Warner, of same, 
widow — at same. 2 March, 162.T. B. 

Cateboy, John, of St. Andrew, Holborn, bachelor, 
18, father dead, consent of mother, Elizabeth 
Cateboy, alias Littlefield, and Mary Lacey, of 
same, spinster, 22 — at chapel at Knights- 
bridge. 30 May, 1668. B. 



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Cater, Jolm, of Kempfiton, co. Bc'cls, bachelor, 23, 
and Jlary Middlcton, spinster, 17, daughter of 
Sir Thomas IMiddleton, of Stanstead Moat, 
Figett, CO. Esses, knight, who consents — at St. 
Christopher, London, or ... . 6 July, 1G94. 
F. 

Cater, Samuel, of Kcm}5gton, co. Bods, esq., 
bachelor, 22, and Anno Kendall, spinster, 18, 
daughter of John Kendall, of Bassingbornc 
Uall, CO. Essex, gont., who consents — at St. 
Andrew, Ilolborn, or Lincoln's Inn chapel. G 
Mav, 1670. F. 

Catesby, Ezeldel (Catesbie), of Highgale, Mid- 
dlesex, gent., and Margaret Ball, of Hollowell, 
in said county, widow of Thomas Ball, late of 
same, husbandman— at St. Steven, Coleman 
Street, London. 23 Dec. IGOf. B. 

Catesby, John, of Sudbury, Suffolk, gent., 
bachelor, about 28, and Elizabeth Jckyll, of 
Hedingham Castle, Essex, spinster, about 18, 
her father's consent — at St. Andrew, Holborn, 
or Gx-ay's Inn, or Charterhouse chapel, 
London. 16 May, 1670. V. 

CatesTjy, Richard (Catesbye), and Elizabeth 
Leigh. 7 May, 1575. F. 

Catesby, Eichard (Catesbye), gent., and Isabell 
Leigh, spinster, of St. Olave Jewry — at St. 
Sepulchre. 17 March, 157|. B. 

Catesby, Thomas, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
widower, 44, and Hope Kilcocke, of East 
Smithfield, widow, 44 — at Knightsbridge 
chapel. 13 June, 1668. B. 

Catesby, Thomas, of St. Martin-in-tbe-Fields, 
gent., bachelor, about 35, and Kathei-ine 
Benson, of St. Margaret, Westminster, widow, 
about 35 — at St. Giles-iu-the-Fields. 21 June, 
166 L V. 

Cathill, John (Kathill), and Philippa Brighte, of 
Stanford-le-Hope, co. Essex- — at St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf. 26 March, 1577. B. 

Catlin, George (Catlyn), of Chestlmnt, Herts, 
yeoman, and Anne Rej-nolds, of East Ham, co. 
Essex, spinster, daughter of — Eeyuolds, 
deceased — at Chesthuiit aforesaid. 2 June, 
1624. B. 

Catlin, John (Cattlin), of Barking, Essex, bachelor, 
28, and Abigail Berry, of Wakeriug, Essex, 
widow, 26 — at St. Mary-at-Hill, London. 
24 June, 1713. F. 

Catlin, Robert (Catlen), and Anne Burgyn, of the 
diocese of Loudon. 22 March, 154j. F. 

Catlin, Thomas (Catline), of Middleton, co. 
Norfolk, clerk, widower, and Elizabeth 
Spelman, of Holme, in said country, spinster, 
24, her parents dead — at St. Nicholas, Colo 
Abbey, London. 28 June, 1682. F. 

Catlingf, John, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
bachelor, 30, and Mary Wolfe, of same, 
spinster, 30 — at Henry VII's chapel, in West- 
winster Abbey. 19 Jan. 174^. F. 

Cattsrall, Charles, of Harrow-on-the-Bill, Mid- 
dlesex, gent., bachelor, about 25, and Elizabeth 
Durant, of Bushj-, Herts, spinster, about 30, at 
lier own disposal — at St. Mary Somerset, 
London. 27 May, 1679. V. 

Catterall, John, of Stepney, Middlesex, ship- 
wright, and Jaquament Witherdon, of same, 
widow — at Stepney aforesaid. 30 Jan. 162f. 
B. 

Catternss, Edward, of St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, 
London, waterman, and Elizabeth Fitzwatcr, 
of All Hallows, Barking, London, spinster — ■ 
at St. Gregory, London. 29 March 1626. B. 

Cattmer, Anthony, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
London, gent., and Margery Hall, of St. 
Alban, Wood Street, widow of Triamor Hall, 
late of same, upholstox' — at St. Botoli)li, 
Aldgate, aforesaid. 27 Juno 1598. B. 



Causton, Peter, jun., of St. Mary Abchurch, Lon- 
don, bachelor, 31, and Rebecca Hayes, of 
Greenwich, Kent, spinster, 16, daughter of 
James Hayes, of same, esq., who consents, 
attested by Peter Causton, sen., of St. Mary 
Abchurch aforesaid — at Charlton, Greenwich, 
Eltham, or Woolwich, co. Kent. 4 July, 1687. 
F. 

Cave, Hugh, of St. Bride, London, haberdasher, 
and Anne Sandes, of Sepulchre, London, 
widow of Adam Sands — at St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf, London. 3 Oct. 1625. B. 

Cave, John, esq., of Inner Temple, widower, about 
44, and Theodosia Brawne, spinster, about 28, 
consent of mother, Dame Theodosia Brawne, 
of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, widow — at St. 
Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street, or St. 
Martin aforesaid. 19 Dec. 1660. V. 

Cave, Jonathan, of Highgate, Middlesex, bachelor, 
27, and Elizabeth Cokin, of St. Michael, 
Crooked Lane, spinster, 22 — at St. Ann, 
Blackfriars. 19 Aug. 1713. B. 

Cave, Sir Roger, of Stanford, co. Northampton, 
bart., bachelor, about 21, his father's consent, 
and Mrs. Martha Browne, of Eydon, said 
county, sijiuster, about 21, consent of father, 
John Browne, of same, esq. — at Eydon afore- 
said. 24 Feb. 167f . V. 

Cave, Thomas, esq., now of Great St. Bartholo- 
mew, London, above 18, son of Sir Thomas 
Cave, knight, of Stamford, co. Northampton, 
and Elizabeth Croft, of same, maiden, 17, 
daughter of Sir Herbert Croft, knight, of 
same, consent of said Sir Thomas Cave and 
Dame Elinor, his wife — at Great St. Bartholo- 
mew aforesaid. 14 Jan. 161^. B. [Reference 
to a suit in the matter, and this licence after 
sentence in the case.] 

Cave, William, esq., bachelor, 23, son of John 
Cave, of Pickwell, co. Leicester, esq., and 
Mary White, of St. Andrew, Holborn, maiden, 
19, her parents both dead^at St. Andrew, 
Holborn. 18 May, 1615. B. 

Cavell, Humphrey, and Alice Nasshe, of London. 
12 Aug. 1546.' F. 

Cavell, Thomas, of Ulting, co. Essex, husbandman, 
and Alice Heard, spinster, daughter of 
William Heard, of Wimbish, said county, 
husbandman — ^ at St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
London. 15 June, 1605. B. 

Cavell, Thomas, of Stepney, co. Middlesex, 
merchant, and Elizabeth Hills, of same, widow 
— at same. 17 April, 1626. B. 

Cavell, William, merchant, and Alice Gillam, 
spinster, of Stepney, Middlesex, daughter of 
Francis Gillam, late of Halsted, co. Essex, 
keper, deceased — at St. Sepulchre, London, or 
Great Canfield, co. Essex. 9 July, 1584. • B. 

Cavendish, Henry, esq., of Dovebridge, co. Derby, 
bachelor, above 23, and Anne Pyne, of St. 
Anne, Westminster, spinster 23 — at Royal 
Chapel, of Whitechapel. 8 June, 1730. B. 

Cavendish, William (Candishe), of Gray's Inn, 
esq., and Anne Kightelye, spinster, of St. 
Botolph, Aldersgate, gen. lie, 21 March 158§. 
B. 

Cavendish, the Right Hon. William, Earl of 
Devonshire, bachelor, above 24, and the Lady 
Elizabeth Cecill, maiden, 19, daughter of the 
Right Hon. William, Earl of Salisbury, who 
consents — at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, or in 
the private chapel of the said Earl of Salisbury. 
4 March, 163;;. B. 

Cavercaunte, Philip, and Katherine Martyn, of 
the City of London. 10 Feb. 1544. F. 



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Caverde, Christoplier, and Elizabeth Bull, of St. 
Nicholas Colo Abbey — to marry there. 28 
Jan. 156f. B. 

Caverley, Thomas, gent., of St. Dunstan-in-thc- 
West, widower, 36, and Mrs. Mary Tudway, of 
St. James, Westminster, spinster, 28, parents 
dead — at St. James, Westminster. 28 Aug. 
1695. B. 

Cawdell, John, of Chosthunt, Herts, collier, 
and Johanna Gooddin, of Enfield, Middlesex, 
Sj-inster, daughter of — Gooddin, late of same, 
yeoman, deceased, gen. lie., 26 May, 1596. B. 

Cawdell, John, of Chinckford, co. Essex, yeoman, 
bachelor, and Joane Warley, of same, sjDinster, 
daughter of — , late of the City of London, 
tailor, deceased — at Chinckford aforesaid. 14 
Dec. 1611. B. 

Cawdell, Thomas, yeoman, and Johanna Lowen, 
s.inster, of Chesthunt, Herts, daughter of 
William Lowen, of same, yeoman, gen. lie, 
6 Sept. 1587. B. 

Cawdry, Daniel, of the City of London, clerk, A.M., 
and Katherine Cleere, of Little All Hallows, 
Thames Street, London, spinster, daughter of 
Henry Cleere, of same, dyer — at Little All 
Hallows aforesaid. 25 March, 1619. B. 

Cawdrye, William, of St. Martin, Ludgate, and 
Jane Lee, widow, of St. Bride, London — at 
St. Bride. 31 Oct. 1576. B. 

Ca-wney, David, and Alice Partridge, 19 Feb. 
156|. B. 

Cawood, John, of St. Faith, and Agnes Keame, 
•widow, of St. Clement Danes, gen. lie, 21 
June, 1569. B. 

Cawood, Thomas, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
gent., bachelor, about 40, and Susannah 
Daniell, of Fleeton, Beds, spinster, about 33, 
at own disposal — at St. Giles, Cripplegate. 
1-4 Oct. 1663. V. 

Cawood, Thomas, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, gent., widower, and Elizabetli 
Plumpton, of St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, 
about 30, her parents dead — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn, or St. James, Clerkenwell, Middle- 
sex. 1 Oct. 1675. F. 

Cawthorne, Henry, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, above 21, and Grace Nicholls, of St. 
Paul, Covent Garden, spinster, 24 — at St. 
James, Duke's Place. 25 Feb. I70f. B. 

Cawton, Thomas, of St. Martin-in-the-Pields, 
clerk, bachelor, about 27, and Mrs. Anne Scutt, 
of St. Margaret, Westminster, spinster, about 
20, consent of her mother, of same, widow — • 
at St. James, Duke's place, or All Hallows-in- 
the-Wall, London. 10 April, 1668. V. 

Cayley, Christopher (Kaley), citizen and grocer, 
of London, and Mary Owen, spinster — at 
St. James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex. 18 Sept. 
1620. B. 

Cayley, Christopher, 1679. See Caley. 

Cayne, Richard, gent., and Anno Porye, widow, 
of St. Augustine, London, relict of George 
Porey, of the City of London, merchant — at 
Blakmore, co. Essex. 29 June, 15S5. B. 

Cecil, Hon. Charles ; Viscount Cranburne, eldest 
(ton of Right. Hon. the Earl of Salisbury, 
who consents, about 20, and Mrs. Diana 
Maxwell, daughter of James Maxwell, esq., 
one of his majesty's bedchamber, about 16, 
her father's consent — at St. Martin-in-thc- 
Pields, or St. Mary, Savo}% alleged by John 
Whincop, D.D., chaplain to said Earl of 
Sali-sbury. 1 April, 1639. B. 

Cecil, Right Hon. John, Lord Burley, of S^. 
Clement Danes, bachelor, 21, and the Right 
Hon. Anne, Lady Rich, widow, 21, of St. 
Giles-in-the-Fields — at St. Mary-le- Savoy. 
4 May, 1670. B. 



Cecil, Richard, of St. George, Bloomsbury, 
widower, and Mrs. Jane Methwold, of St. 
George, Queen Square, Middlesex, spinster, 
30 — at St. James, Dake's Place. 28 Nov. 
1746. B. 

Cecil, M'. Thomas, esq., about 24, son of Rt. 
Hon. Thomas, Earl of Exeter, of the Savoy, 
and Mrs. Ann Lee, maiden, 18, daughter of 
Sir Robert Lee, knight and alderman of 
London, of St. Andrew Undershaft, both 
fathers consenting — at St. Andrew Under- 
shaft aforesaid. 5 June, 1605. B. 

Cecil, William (Cicile), and Mildred Cooke, of the 
diocese of London, gent. 21 Nov. 1545. F. 

Ceely, Thomas, of St. Ives, co. Cornwall, gent., 
Ijachclor, 30, and Judith Trowbridge, of Lyme 
Regis, CO. Dorset, about 30, widow of one 
Trowbridge, late of same, merchant, deceased 
— at Lyme Regis aforesaid, or Taunton, co. 
Somerset. 16 Nov. 1632. F. 

Cellys, Thomas, and Johanna Chapman, spinster, 
of the City of London, gen. lie, 25 May, 1574. 
B. 

Cerf, Mr. John do, of St. Catherine Coleman, 
clerk, bachelor, 27, and Mary Nuttall, of 
Rochford, Essex, spinster, 25, consent of 
father, James Nuttall, gent. — at Stepney. 
3 Feb. 162^. B. 

Chacy, Matthew, of Bcngo, co. Herts, husband- 
man, and Agnes Phillipps, of same, spinster, 
daughter of Henry Phillipps, of same, hus- 
bandman — at Thundridge, co. Essex (sic 
Herts). 10 May, 1621. B. 

Chaderton, Robert, and Margaret Re veil, gen. 
lie, 21 June, 1569. B. 

Chadwell, Thomas, gent., of Greenwich, Kent, 
bachelor, 30, and Bridget Gaunt, of St. Giles- 
in-the-Fields, spinster, 23, daughter of Francis 
Gaunt, who consents — at St. James, Duke's 
Place. 12 April, 1632. B. 

Chafe, Thomas, esq., of Middle Temple, bachelor, 
30, and Mrs. Catharine Mallott, of St. 
Clement Danes, spinster, 18, daughter of Sir 
Thomas Mallett, knight, one of the justices 
of the King's Bench, who consents — at St. 
Clement Danes, or St. Andrew, Holborn. 
28 Dec. 1641. B. 

Chaffing, George, of Barnet, Herts, gent., bachelor, 
about 30, and Margaret Cracroft, of same, 
alleged by James Jones, of same, yeoman. 
18 Aug. 1666. V. [Unfinished — not signed or 
attested.] 

Cliafiforne, Edward, and Ursula Tylney, of the 
City of London, gen. lie, 11 May, 1564. B. 

Chalfonte, Thomas, of Alesbury, co. Bucks, gent., 
and Margaret Cornewallis, widow, late wife 
of Francis Cornewallis, esq. 28 June, 1570. F. 

Challinor, Francis, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
gent., widower, about 45, and Hannah 
WooUey, of same, widow, about 43 — at St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 16 April, 1666. V. 

Clialloner, Francis, and Anne Mason, of City of 
London, widow, gen. lie, 11 Sept. 1560. B. 

Challoner, Robert (Chaloner), of Lloran, co. 
Denbigh, gent., bachelor, aged 34, and 
Margery Nicholas, of Roundway, Wilts, widow, 
aged 35, relict of — Nicholas, of same, gent., 
alleged by Anthony Chaloner, of Lloran afore- 
said, gent. — at Rowde (? Creitia), or Alton, 
CO. Wilts. 17 March, 1645. F. 

Challoner, Timothy, of St. Magnus, London, and 
Dorothy Benteson, of same, spinster — at St. 
Michael Bassishaw. 27 April, 1581. B. 

Challoner, William, of Steeple Claydou, Bucks, 
gent., bachelor, 30, and Christian Freeston, of 
Twyford, in said county, spinster, 22, with her 
mother's consent, her father dead— at Twy- 
ford aforesaid. 13 Jan. 167+. F- 



London Marriage Licences. 



259 William Challenor [1521-1869] Monnox Chambers 260 



Challenor, William, of Knowles, co. Stafford, 
u-ent., l)achelor, 2i, and Sarah Malkiu, of Yate 
House, ill said county, spinster, 17, daujrliter 
of Charles Malkin, of same, genl., who con- 
sents— at llorton, or Leeke, co. Stafford. 13 
Feb. 168i}. F. 

Chalmer, John, of St. Mary Somerset, clothier, 
and Elizabeth Gossage, widow— at St. Peter, 
Paul's Wharf. 17 Dec. 1583. 13. 

Chalsworth, William, of St. Olave, Silver Street, 
London, currier, widower, and Anne Turner, 
of St. Bride, London, spinster, daughter of 
Peginald Turner, of Littlebury, co. Essex, 
veoman — at St. Mars-, Islington, Middlesex. 
29 Sept. IGIO. n. ' 

Chamber, John, of St. Margaret, New Fisli 
."-^ncii. and Elizabeth Goodale, of St. 
Lawrence Pountney — at St. Lawrence afore- 
said. 4 Aug. 1547.' B. 

Clianiberlaine, Abraham, jun., of the City of 
r.nudon, grocer, and .\nnc Askwith, spinster, 
daugliter of Nicholas Askwith, of Hackney, 
ilidillesex, mercer — at Hacknev aforesaid. 
17 Nov. 1023. B. 

Chamber laiue, Charles (Chambrelan), of Great 

St. Helen, London, merchant, bachelor, about 
31. and Mrs. Rachell Lawrence, of same, spin- 
ster, about 19, consent of father. Sir John 
La^vrence, kniglit and alderman, of London — 
at Great St. Helen, St. Bartholomow-the-Less, 
or Guildhall cliapel, London. 21 April, 1(373. 

y. 

Clxam.berlaine, Edmund, and Mary Newman, 
s]jinster, of Burnham, co. Essex — to marrv 
tliore. 16 Jan. 157^. B. 

Chamberlaine, Francis, of St. Andrew-iu-the- 
Wardrobe, London, yeoman, and Elizabeth 
Platts, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
widow — at St. Clement Danes aforesaid. 
9 Dec. 1626. B. 

Chamberlaine, George, of St. Mary, Alderman- 
l)ury, London, ironmonger, and Anne Overton, 
of St. Andrew Undershaft, in said city, 
daughter of Lawrence Overton, of same, mer- 
chant — at Hacknev, co. Middlesex. 25 April, 
1604. B. 

Ch.am.berlaine, Henry, of St. Foster, London, 
silkman, and Anne Lare, of St. Botolph, 
Aldersgate, in said city, spinster, daughter of 
Charles Lare, of Flitton, co. Beds, j-eoman — 
at St. Botolph aforesaid. 14 Jan. 1624. B. 

Chamberlaine, Humphry (Chamberlpi), of St. 
Dunst»u-in-the-West, gent., bachelor, about 
24, and Elizabeth Berkitt, of Croydon, Surrey, 
spinster, about 22, her parents dead — at 
Caniberwell, Surrey. 3 Jan. 16fg. V. 

Chamberlaine, John gent., and Catherine 
Dewall, widow, relict of John Lemyne (sic), 
late of St. George, Sonthwark, co. Surrey, 
gent., deceased — at Chelsea, Middlesex. 
7 May, 1624. B. 

Chamberlaine, Martin, of Willesden. Middlesex, 
clerk, bachelor, 28, and Mary Knolics, of 
Kilborn, in said county, widow, 30 — at St. 
Faith, St. Mary Mounthaw, or St. Antholin, 
London. 13 Aug. 1663. F. 

Chamberlaine, Richard (Chamberleyne), of the 
City of London, alderman, and Margaret 
Bristowe, of same, widow. 18 July, 1562. B. 

Chamberlaine, Richard, of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex, yeoman, and Jane Morris, 
of same, spinster — at St. Giles-in-the-FieKls, 
Middies.'X. 7 Feb. 162?. B. 



Chamberlaine, Robeit (Chamberleyne), of St. 
Olave, Old Jewry, London, ironmonger, and 
Anne Rowlande, widow, of the said city, 
relict of Thomas Rowlande, late of St. Mary- 
le-Bow, London, dra])er, gen. lie, 16 Mav, 
1593. B. 

Chamberlaine, Roljort (Cliamberlain), of St. 
Peter - le - Poor, bachelor, about 22, and 
Katharine Wackam, of same, spinster, about 
30, and at own disposal — at St. Gregory, or 
St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf. 24 Sept. 1663". V. 

Chamberlaine, Robert (Cliamberlayn), of St. 
Clement Danes, gent., bachelor, about 29, and 
Flora Brakes, of Worvell, Berks, spinster, 
about 17, consent of father, John Brakes — at 
Staines, co. Middlesex, or St. Mary, in Read- 
ing, CO. Berks. 5 Oct. 1671. V. 

Chamberlaine, Thomas (Chamberlayue), esq., of 
St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, London, and Alice 
Machyll, widow, of St. Mary Magdalen, Milk 
Street, London — at any church or chapel in 
the diocese. 10 Oct. 1558. B. 

Chamberlaine, Thomas (Chamberlayn), knight, 
and Anne Pvcrsi^n, widow, of City of London, 
gen. lie, 28 Oct. 1567. B. 

Chamberlaine, Thomas (Chamberleyne), of 
(tray's Inn, gent., and Ellen Clyffe, widow, of 
St. Giles-in-the-Fields, relict of William Clyffe, 
late of same, gent., deceased — at St. Giles-in- 
the-Fields. 16 May, 1585. B. 

Chamberlaine, Thomas (Chamberlin), of St. 
Peter, Cornliill, London, citizen and poulterer, 
bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Anne Crow, of 
Staughtou, CO. Huntingdon, spinster, about 
22, with consent of her father, William Crowe, 
of same, gent., at Little Staughton or Kim- 
bolton, CO. Hunts. 26 June, 1678. V. 

Chamberlaine, William (Chaniberlayne), of the 
king's household, and Katherine Lambe, of the 
parish of Wylde. 22 Nov. 1516. F. 

Chamberlaine, William, of Frierne, near Bamet, 
CO. Essex, bachelor, and Elizabeth Reade, 
daughter of — • Reade, late of same, deceased 
—at St. Mary-at-Hill, London. 18 Mav. 1616. 
B. 

Chambemowne, Richard, esq. and Elizabeth 
Popham, spinster, of St. Duustan-in-the-West, 
gen. lie, 4 April, 1581. B. 

Chambers, Henry, of St. Botolph, Billingsgate, 
London, Salter, bachelor, about 26, and Mary 
Blackwell, of St. Mary, Islington, Middlesex, 
spinster, about 20, with her father's consent — 
at St. Dunstan-in-the-East, All Hallows, 
Lombard Street, or St. Edmund-the-King, 
London. 18 Sept. 1678. V. 

Chambers, James, sailor, and " Matheam" Loe, of 
St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, spinster, 
daughter of — Loe, late of same, yeoman, 
deceased, gen. lie, 5 Ma}-, 1595. B. 

Chambers, John, of St. Mar\- Woolchurch, Lou- 
don, grocer, and Elizabeth Grundy, of same, 
spinster, daughter of — Grundye, of co. 
Lancaster, weaver, gen. lie, 8 June, 1588. B. 

Chambers, John, of St. Leonard, Eastcheap, 
London, bachelor, 25, and Ann Cox, of St. 
Clement, Eastcheap, said city, spinster, about 
21, daughter of Michael Cox, of same, gent., 
who consents — at Redriffe (Rotlierhithe), eo. 
Surrey, or ... . 7 April, 1699. F. 

Chambers, Michael, and Joanna Morgan, of city 
of Westminster, spinster. 11 April, 1039. 1). 

Chambers, Monnox, of Waryell, Berks, gent., 
bachelor, about 30, and Martha Hunt, of sami-. 
spinster, about 25, her father dead, consent of 
mother, Ractiel Hatch, alias Hunt at WarvoU 
or Oekiiigh:uii, co. Ijerks. 3 Sept. 1007. V. 



26 f Patrick Chambers [i 521-1869.] Ricliard Chandler 262 



Chambers, Patrick, of city of Westminster, gent., 
widower, about 50, and Florence Eead, of 
Wappino', Middlesex, widow, about 50 — at 
Wapping, aforesaid, or Crutched Fryars 
church, London. 12 Sept. 1663. V. 

Chambers, Eichard, of Fulham, Middlesex, 
labouring man, and Mary Shessher, widow, of 
Kensington — at Kensington. 19 Jan. 158f. IJ. 

Chambers, Richard, bruslimaker, of St. Catherine 
Coleman, and Magdalen Hawthorne, spinster, 
of St. Mary, Whitechapel, daughter of — 
Hawthorne, deceased — at St. Botolph, Aid- 
gate. 22 Oct. 1586. B. 

Chambers, Richard, gent., of Amwell, Herts, 
widower, 55, and Alice Pulham, of same, 
widow, 50, relict of Robert Pulham, of Garble- 
disham, co. Norfolif, gent., who died about six 
or seven A'ears ago — at Liston, co. Essex. 13 
July, 1607. B. 

Chambers, Robert, of West Mailing, Kent, gent., 
widower, about 26, and Anne Sliisli, of Dept- 
ford, Kent, spinster, about 22, her father's 
consent — at Camberwell, in Sarrev, or Dept- 
ford aforesaid. 27 Sept. 1676. Y." 

Cham.bers, Thomas, of St. Mary Woolchurch, 
grocer, and Agnes Walden, of said parish, 
spinster, daughter of Thomas Walden, late 
of Christchurcb, Newgate, haberdasher, 
deceased — at Christchurch aforesaid. 7 
April, 1587. B. 

Cham.bers, Thomas, of St. James, Clerkenwell, 
Middlesex, fishmonger, and Frances Eastland, 
of same, widow of John Eastland, late of same, 
merchant taylor — at same. 7 March, 160-^. 
B. 

Cham.bers, William, and Martha Fynche. 1 Nov. 
1573. F. 

Chambers, William, gent., of St. Botolph, Aid- 
gate, widower, 40, and Jane Orten, of St. 
Giles, Cripplegate, spinster, 26 — at St. Faith. 
3 May, 1632. B. 

Cham.bre, John de la, of Rodmell, co. Sussex, 
esq. widower, about 46, and Mrs. Thomazine 
Robinson, of St. Catherine Creechnrch, Lon- 
don, widow, about 43 — at All Hallows, Stavn- 
ing, London. 28 May, 1669. V. 

Cham.p, John, of Stratford, Bow, co. Middlesex, 
vintner, and Elizabeth Barraclue, of same, 
spinster, daughter of John Barraclue, butcher 
— at Stratford, Bow, aforesaid. 17 Jan. 162S. 
B. 

Champante, Henry, of Okeham, co. Rutland, 
gent., bachelor, about 25, and Susanna Lowth, 
of Uppingham, said county, spinster, about 
22, consent of father, Richard Lowth, gent., 
alleged by Thomas Champante, of Doctors' 
Commons, gent. — at Uppingham aforesaid. 7 
Sept. 1674. V. 

Champante, Henry, of Okeham, co. Rutland, 
widower, and Elizabeth Bowcock, spinster, 24, 
daughter of Richard Bowcock, of Stevenage, 
Herts, gent., who consents— at St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, Middlesex, or .... 1 July, 1680. 
F. 

Champante, John, of Great St. Bartholomew, 
London, gent., widower, about 35, and Mary 
Browne, of Stretton Stocking (?), co. Rutland, 
spinster, about 23, her parents dead — at St. 
Stephen, Coleman Street, 25 Aug. 1660. V. 

Champeruowne, Richard, 1581. See C h amber- 
no wne. 

Champion, John, of Stamford-le-Hope, co. Essex, 
esq., and Elizabeth Dowerson, of St. Gabriel, 
Fenchurch, London, spinster, daughter of — 
Dowerson, of same, merchant — at Stamford- 
le-Hope aforesaid, 16 Aug. 1623. B, 



Cham.pion, John, of the parish of St. Ti-inity, in 
Guildford, Surrey, gent., bachelor, 25, and 
Anne Terry, of St. Mary, Guildford, aforesaid, 
spinster, 20, consent of father, Michael Terry, 
veoman — at St. Law^rence, Old Jurv. 8 Sept. 
1641. B. 

Champion, Peter, of Peni-in, co. Cornwall, 
bachelor, 24, and Elizabeth Arundell, spinster, 
2J', daughter of William Arundell, of Fal- 
mouth, said county, merchant, who consents 
— at Falmouth or Budock, co. Cornwall. 
23 Feb. 167f F. 

Champion, Thomas, of the Inner Temple, esq., 
bachelor, 40, and Marah Rootes, of Maysfield, 
CO. Sussex, spinster, 35, at her own disposal — 
at any parish church or chapel in the diocese 
of Chichester. 12 Oct. 1664. F. 

Champneis, Henry, of Eootham, Kent, esq., 
bachelor, 33, and Susan Carow, of Beddingtou, 
Surrey, spinster, 17, daughter of Sir Francis 
Carew, who consents — at Beddington afore- 
said, or St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, 
London. 18 Aug. 1647. F. 

Chai,mpney, William, of Chaldwell, Essex, 
yeoman, and Emma Crocksall, widow, of 
same — at St. Lawrence, Old Jewry. 31 Jan. 
158a. B. 

Champneys, Mr. Arthur, of Love Lane, London, 
bachelor, 30, and Mrs. Hannah Ingram, one 
of the daughters of Sir Arthur Ingram, late 
deceased, late of St. Andrew, Holboru, 
spinster, 16, consent of her mother. Lady 
Ingram — at St. Bennet Fink, alleged by 
Robert Rogers, of St. Benet Fink, gent. 
13 Feb. 168^. B. 

Champnys, Justinian, of Calehill, in the parish 
of Little Chart, Kent, bachelor, 22, and Sarah 
Hughes, of Canterbury, said county, spinster, 
16, her parents dead, with consent of her 
guardian, Mr. Linch, of Groves, said county, 
alleged by Hannah, wife of George Cockayn, 
of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent. — at Little 
Cliart aforesaid or ... . 9 Aug. 1694. F. 

Chancellor, Robert, 1592. See Chauncehor. 

Chandler. See also Chaundler. 

Chandler, Daniel, of St. Antholin, London, 
citizen and draper, bachelor, about 25, and 
Mrs. Anne Garrett, of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
East, spinster, about 17, consent of mother, 
Dame Anne Gould, ux. Sir Thomas Gould, 
knight— at St. Dunstan-in-the-East. 20 Dec. 
1675. V. 

Chandler, Francis (Chantlcr), of Sherborne, St. 
John, CO. Southampton, gent., widower, and 
Anne Collins, of same, spinster, 30, at her 
own disposal — at Sherborne, St. John, afore- 
said. 18 Oct. 1679. F. 

Chandler, John, of St. Dunstau-in-the-West, 
merchant taylor, bachelor, about 25, and 
Hannah Dntton, of St. Katherine, Coleman 
Street, London, spinster, aged 21, consent of 
father, John Dutton, of same, gent., alleged 
bv Charles Dutton, of St. Gregory, London, 
gi)ldsmith— at St. Martin, or St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, or St. Margaret, Westminster. 24 Dec. 
1062. V. 

Chandler, Matthew, of Maidstone, Kent, bachelor, 
30, and Elizabeth Peachy, spinster, 16, 
daughter of William Peachy, of Cranbrook, 
said county, gent., who consents — at Cran- 
brooke, Maidstone, or Staplehurst, Kent. 
29 Oct. 1683. F. 

Chandler, Richard, of St. Lawrence, Jewry, 
widower, about 50, and Winifred Jervoise, of 
Herriard, co. Southampton, widow, aboat 40, 
— at Herriard aforesaid 25 Sept. 1602. V. 
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Richard Chandler [1521-1869.] Richard Chapman 264 



Chandler, Richard, of Idmiston, Wilts, f^eiifc., 
liachclor, about 19, consent of fatlier, llobert 
Chandlei', of same, esq., and Mary Palmer, of 
the city of Oxford, spinster, about 17, consent 
of mother, Mary Bathnrst, alias Palmer, of 
same, in parish church or chapel of Trinity 
College, Oxford. 10 Feb. 166^. V. 

Chandler, Richard, of Idmiston, Wilts, esq., 
widower, and Dennis Harrington, spinster, 
about 24, danghter of John Harrington, of 
Kelson, co. Somerset, esq., who consents —at 
Kelson aforesaid or ... . 21 Oct. 1681. P. 
[See Hexry Long, 22 April, 1682.] 

Chansey, Richard, painter, bachelor, and Agnes 
Gugley, spinster, daughter of — Gugley, 
yeoman, deceased — at St. George, Botolph 
Lane, London. 4 Feb. 162^. B. 

Chantler, Francis, 1679. See Chanpleb. 

Chany, Richard, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
Middlesex, and Joane Moreton, spinster, 
daughter of William Moreton, of Knapp 
Hill, in the parish of Hitchiugton, co. Bncks, 
veoman — -at St. Nicholas Cole Abbev, London. 
30 May, 1621. B. 

Chapell, Thomas, and Alice Bedyll [in margin 
Bedell], of St. Michael, Cornhill, London. 
14, Jan. 154f. F. 

Chaplin, John (Chaplyu), gent., of St. Mary, 
Whitechapel, widower, 50, and Anne Skinner, 
widow, about 80 — at St. Leonard, Bronilev. 
25 Jan. 164|. B. 

Chaplin, John, of St. Catherine Creechurch. 
esq., bachelor, about 21, his father's consent, 
and Mrs. Elizabeth Hamby, of Lamberhnrst, 
Kent, spinster, abont 17, consent of mother 
Dame Elizabeth Hamby, of same, widow — at 
Lamberhnrst aforesaid. 13 March, 167|. V. 

Chaplin, John, of St. John the Evangelist, London, 
bachelor, 30, and Anne Hyde, spinster, 21, 
daughter of Humphrey Hyde, esq., of St. 
Anne, Westminster, who consents — at St. 
Marv Abchurch, Loudon, or ... . 8 Jnlv, 
1690. F. 

Chaplin, Robert (Chaplyn), of Westminster, 
servant to Lord Gray, yeoman, and Susanna 
Kynge, of same, widow. 11 Dec. 1589. D. 

Chaplin, Robert (Chaplyn), yeoman, and Alice 
Caterall, of St. Sepulchre, London, widow of 
Saunder Caterall, late of same, gent., gen. lie, 
11 May, 1592. B. 

Chaplin, Samuel (Chaplyn), gent., widower, and 
Hester Wells, widow, 50, both of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, London — at St. Mary, Savov, Middle- 
sex. 19 Xov. 1667. F. 

Chaplin, Thomas, of the town of Bedford, gent., 
bachelor, 28, and Mrs. Ann Gardner, of same, 
spinster, 22, with consent of her aunt, Mrs. 
Cobb, her parents dead — at St. Paul, in 
Bedford aforesaid, or .... 8 July, 1696. F. 

Chaplin, William (Chaplen), gent., of Gray's Inn, 
bachelor, 22, one of the attornies of the Court 
of Common Pleas, and Elizabeth Tayler, of 
St. Botolph, Aldersgate, maiden, 17, daughter 
of John Tayler, of same, yeoman, deceased, 
consent of her mother, Joane White, alias 
Tayler, wife of Thomas White, of same 
parish, cook— at St. Olave, Silver Street. 
18 June, 1611. B. 

Chaplin, William, of Stow, co. Bucks, gent., 
bachelor, 38, and Mary Fowlor, of St. Mai-tin- 
in-the-Fields, Middlesex, spinster, 32 — at 
Deptford, Kent, or St. Helen, or St. Botoliili, 
Aldersgate Street, London. 14 April, 1669. 



Chapman, Alexander, of Wadhurst, Sussex, gent., 
baclielor, aged 19, his mother's consent, and 
Mrs. Anne Short, of Lewes, said county, 
spinster, about 21, consent of mother. Dame 
ilary Smyth, alias Short — at St. Dunstau-in- 
tlie-\Vest," London. 13 July, 166S. V. 

Chapman, Charles, of St. Mary Hall, in University 
of Oxon, gent., bachelor, aged 22, and Lucretia 
Wesopp, of city of Oxford, spinster, aged 22, 
and at own disposal — at parish church of St. 
Mary, Oxford. 8 Jan. 167|. V. 

Chapman, Christopher, of Grandchester, co. 
Cambridge, yeoman, bachelor, about 27, and 
Mary Mordaunt, of Northill, Beds, spinster, 
about 26, and at own disposal— at St. Giles, 
Cripplegate, London. 24 June, 1675. V. 

Chapman, Cornelius, of St. Martin Orgar, London, 
vintner, and Winifred Tibbitts, of St. Magnus, 
London, spinster, daughter of John Tibbitts, 
of the town of Warwick, yeoman — at .... 
23 Aug. 1623. B. 

Chapman, Edmund, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
gent., bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. Mary, 
Hockley, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, spinster, 
about 17, consent of her guardians, her parents 
dead — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 1 Jan. 
16fa. Y. 

Chapman, George, of Tewkesbury, co. Gloucester, 
gent., widower, 27, and Mary Cowles, spinster, 
23, daughter of William Cowles, late of same, 
gent., deceased, with consent of her mother, 
Marv Cowles, of same, widow — at St. Faith, 
London. 16 April, 1633. F. 

Chapman, James, of Bilton, co. Warwick, clerk, 
widower, and Mary Cox, of Staunton St. 
John, CO. Oxon, spinster, 30, at her own 
disposal — at Staunton aforesaid, or ... . 
28 May, 1685. F. 

Chapman, Jeremiah, of Hackney, Middlesex, 
gent., bachelor, about 28, and Katherine 
Canning, of Alcester, co. Warwick, spinster, 
about 22, consent of mother, — Canning, of 
same, widow — at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf. 
10 July, 1661. Y. 

Chapman, John, of St. Matthew, Friday Street, 
and Johanna Gardiner, widow, of St. John, 
Walbrook — at St. John aforesaid. 3 Jan. 
157^. B. 

Chapman, John, of Lincoln's Inn, gent., and 
Thomasine Taylor, spinster, of the City of 
London, gen. lie, 2 June, 1573. B. 

Chapman, John, of Bushey, Herts, blacksmith, 
and Rose Ne\vman, of same, widow of Henry 
Newman, labourer — at Edgware, co. Middle- 
sex. 24 Dec. 1623. B. 

Chapman, John, of Blandford Forum, co. Dorset, 
gent., bachelor, about 28, and Elizabeth South, 
of same, spinster, above 21, consent of her 
friends — at Blandford Forum aforesaid. 
10 A])ril, 1670. Y. 

Chapman, John, of the city of Coventiy, bachelor, 
21, and Susanna Clarke, of same, spinster, 24, 
daughter of Sampson Clarke, of same, gent., 
who consents — at Bitton, co. Warwick. 
28 April, 161)0. F. 

Chapman, Luke, and Anne Thorne, widow, of 
the City of London, jx^n. lie., 8 Dec. 1571. B. 

Chapman, Oliver, and Margaret Start. 15 Xov. 
1641. D. 

Chapman, Peter, ironmonger, of St. Mildred, 
Poultry, bachel.)r, 39, and Elizabeth Whyte, 
of St. Botolph, Billingsgate, 38, widow of 
Daniel Whyte, of same, gent., deceased abont 
eight months — at St. Thomas Apostle, London. 
28 Jan. 160f. B. 

Chapman, Kichard. and Elizabeth Grenewaye, of 
St. Boto]])li, liishojisgate — to marry there. 
8 Feb. 156i B. 



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266 



Chapman, Richard, of St. Maiy, Wliitechapel, 
Middlesex, vintuer, and Barbara Fletcher, of 
St. Andrew, Holborn, widow of Edward Flet- 
cher — at St. Andrew Hubbard, London. 
9 Feb. 161-J. B. 
Cliapman, Richard, of St. Clement Danes, Middle- 
sex, bachelor, 27, and Katherine Garnham, 
si)inster, 20, daughter of Roger Garnham, of 
Bright Walton, co. Berks, gent., who consents 
— at St. Clement aforesaid, or .... 16 Feb. 
169?. F. 
Chapman, Robert, gent., of Mattockes in parish of 
Ware, co. Herts, and Edith Walwyu, spinster, 
now of City of London, daughter of John 
Walwvn, of Yelforde, co. Oxon, gent., gen. 
lie, 9'Sept. 1586. B. 
Chapman, Robert, of All Hallows, Lombard 
Street, bachelor, about 26, and Hannah 
Hillery, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, Avidow, 
about 24 — at St. Michael, Crooked Lane, 
or .... 25 Aug. 1663. V. 
Chapman, Roger, of St. Peter, Cornhill, bachelor, 
80, and Mrs. Elizabeth Carpender, of St. 
Mary-le-Bow, spinster, 23, consent of father, 
Mr. William Carpender — at St. Bride, or St. 
Peter, Cornhill ; alleged by her brother, 
Thomas Carpender, of St. Mildred, Poultry, 
gent. 10 June, 1692. B. 
Chapman, Thomas, and Joanna Jeill, of Bushey 

— to marry there. 21 Aug. 1551. B. 
Chapman, Thomas, and Margaret Langdishe, of 
St. John Zachary, London — to marry there. 
5 Feb. 157f . B. 
Chapman, Thomas, taylor, and Johanna Awsten, 
spinster, of St. Dunstan-in -the- West — at St. 
Sepulchre. 5 July, 1581. B. 
Chapman, Thomas, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
Middlesex, laborer, and Mary Handrahan, 
of St. John, Walbrook, London, Avidow of 
Thomas Handrahan, late of Kilkenny, in 
Ireland, shoemaker — at St. John, Walbrook. 
8 Aug. 1604. B. 
Chapman, Thomas, of St. Mary Woolnoth, 
Loudon, and Anne Hardinge, of same, 
spinster, daughter of — Hardinge, late of 
Epping, CO. Essex, deceased — at St. Mary 
Woolnoth aforesaid. 6 Oct. 1610. B. 
Chapman, Thomas, of St. Leonard, Foster Lane, 
London, leatherseller, and Joane Dubber, of 
Westham, co. Middlesex [_sic but Essex?], 
widow of Edward Dubber, leatherseller — at 
Westham aforesaid. 10 July, 1623. B. 
Chapnian, Thomas, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
London, bachelor, about 25, and Elizabeth 
Ogden, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
spinster, 21, daughter of Richard Ogden, of 
Acton, Middlesex, who consents — at St. 
Margai-et, Westminster, Lambeth, co. Surrey, 
or St. Andrew, Holborn, London. 6 May, 
1682. F. 
Chapman, Thomas, of the Inner Temple, gent., 
bachelor, about 20, son of Roger Chapman, 
gent, (who alleges), and Elizabeth Goodman, 
of St. Andrew, Holborn, London, spinster, 
about 20, with consent of her aunt and 
guardian, Jane Goodman, of same, widow — at 
St. Bartholomew-the-Less, London. 17 July, 
1682. F. 
Chapman, William, of Hampton Court, and 
Elizabeth Wood, spinster, of Mundein, co. 
Essex— at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf. 5 Sept. 
1578. B. 
Chapman, William, of St. Matthew, Friday 
Street, London, Salter, and Elizabeth Salisbury, 
of St. Peter, Cornhill, widow of — Salisbury, 
late of same, draper, gen. lie, 11 Dec. 1593. 
B. 



Chapman, William, gent., bachelor, 23, and Joauc 
Temple, maid servant, of St. Gabriel, Fcn- 
churcli, spinster, 20, her parents dead, 
daughter of John Temple, late of Uppingham, 
CO. Rutland, deceased, who in his life time 
gave his consent — at St. Botolph, Aldgate. 
19 Nov. 1634. B. 
Chapman, William, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
esq., bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. Amy 
Mildmay, of Tarling, Essex, spinster, about 
23, and at own disposal — at St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West or Borcham, Springfield, or Baddon, co. 
Essex (her full age, &c., attested by Thomas 
Xowell, of St Margaret, Westminster, gent.) 
25 Nov. 1672. V. 
Chappell, Edward, gent., of city of Westminster, 
widower, 60, and Elizabeth Gide, of All 
Hallows, Bread Street, spinster, 30— at St. 
Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street. 7 July, 
1646. B. 
Chappell, John, baker, and Ellen Pitt, of Braine- 
forde, Middlesex, spinster, gen. lie., 24 March. 
158f B. 
Chappell, John (Chappie), of the City of London, 
haberdasher, and Hester Minus, alias Maior, 
of Barking, co. Essex, spinster, daughter of 
John Minus, alias Maior, of same, gent. — at 
Barking aforesaid [? Minus alias Major]. 22 
May, 1618. B. 
Chappell, John, of 'St. Andrew, Holborn, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Frances Smith, 
of St. Saviour, Southwark, widow, about 40 — 
at St. Mary, Savoy. 10 Sept. 1672. V. 
Chappell, Thomas, of St. Alban, Wood Street, 
London, stationer, and Anne Sniithe, of St. 
Sepulchre, said city, widow of — Smithe, late 
of the city of Chester, cordwainer, gen. lie., 
30 Aug. 1595. B. 
Chappell, Thomas, of St. Clement Danes, gent., 
bachelor, 40, and Anne Ashley, spinster, 30 — 
at St. Dunstan-in-the-West or St. Clement 
Danes. 25 Jan. 164|. B. 
Chappell, William, of Rochester, co. Kent, gent., 
bachelor, 26, and Margaret Heeley, of same, 
widow^at Gillingham, Frinsbury, or Stroud, 
CO. Kent. 15 Jan. 167|. F. 
Chappell, William, of the city of Rochester, gent., 
widower, about 33, and Mrs. Catherine 
Venman, of same, widow, about 43 — at St. 
Nicholas, in Rochester, or Snadland or Frins- 
bury, CO. Kent. 24 Feb. 167f . V. 
Chappi'ngton, Hugh, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, gent., bachelor, about 21, and Mrs. 
Sarah Moncke, of same, spinster, about 20, 
with her father's consent — at St. Mary 
Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London. 21 May, 
1679. V. [This entry not signed nor attested 
in the margin.] 
Chappyn, John, of Finchingfield, co. Essex, 
yeoman, and Juliana Kempe, spinster, of 
same, daughter of John Kempe, of Toppes- 
field, said county, " agricole," deceased— at 
Finchingfield aforesaid. 14 May, 1583. B. 
Charke, John, of Ingatstone, co. Essex, yeoman, 
and Mary Finche, of same, widow of John 
Finche, late of same, tilemaker — at Norton 
Mandeville, CO. Essex. 30 June, 1603. B. 
Charles, Edward, of St. Mary-at-Hill, London, 
cordwainer, and Phebe Gudson, spinster, of 
Great Hadham, Herts, daughter of Richard 
Gudson, of same, husbandman — at Gi-eat 
Hadham. 18 Feb. 15fg. B. 
Charles, John, of Hackney, Middlesex, doctor of 
physic, bachelor, 28, and Mary Ricroft, 
spinster, 18, daughter of Josiah Ricroft, of 
same, merchant, who consents — at Hackney, 
Stepney, or Stratford Bow, Middlesex. 10 
Aug. 1668. F. 



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Richard Charles [i 521-1869.] Thomas Chatfield 268 



Charles, Eichard, and Isabel Taudyo, of city of 
W(\stminstei', widow. 26 Jan. 1G3§. D. 

Charley, Richard, 1545. ,S'ss Cherley. 

Charley, Thomas, yeoman, of Harkinp:, Essex, and 
Anne Gierke, si)iustor, of the City of London, 
(lau;;hter of — Clerke, late of Ilarteh-y Kowe, 
CO. Sonthampton, yeoman, deceased — at St. 
(iahriel Fenchurch."^ 21 Sept. 1585. B. 

Charlton, Andrew (Charleton), of Laughton, co. 
E.ssex, tailor, and Eniblin J'attinson, of Little 
llford, said county, widow of — I'attinson, 
clerk — at St. Mary Ma<j:dalen, Old Fish 
Street, London. 22"Oct. 1022. 13. 

Charlton, Edward, of St. Anyustine, near Paul's 
Gate, London, merchant taylor, bachelor, 30, 
pax'ents dead, and Honor Spicer, maiden, of 
St. Stephen, Walbrook, 20, daughter of 
Thomas Spicer, of the city of Exeter, mer- 
chant, who attested his consent — at St. 
Stephen, Walbrook, aforesaid. 12 Feb. 159|. 
B. 

Charlton, Gilbert, of St. Andrew, Holboru, gent., 
bachelor, 27, and Ann Stautou, of same, 2G, 
her parents dead — at same, or .... 15 Jnlv, 
1695. F. 

Charlton, Nicholas, of St. Clement Danes, gent., 
bachelor, 25, and Mrs. Elizabeth Danvers, of 
Newiugton, Middlesex, si)iuster, about 20, her 
father's consent — at Great St. Bartholomew, 
St. Leonard, Shoreditch, or St. Andrew, Hol- 
born. 6 April, 1667. Y. 

Charlton, Richard, of St. Mary Woolchurch, 
London, haberdasher, and Alice Ace, of St. 
Stephen, Coleman Street, widow of William 
Ace, late of same, carpenter, gen. lie, 12 Dec. 
1593. B. 

Charlton, Roger (Charleton), of St. Andrew-iu- 
the-Wardrobe, and Margaret Wade, widow, 
of London, gen. lie, 12 May, 1572. B. 

Charlton, Roger (Charleton), and Elizabeth Oxe, 
widow, of the City of London, gen. lie, 1 Mav, 
1574. B. 

Charlton, Roger, of St. Clement Danes, and Mar- 
garet Kirkham, widow, of St. Sepulchre — at 
Little St. Bartholomew, Smithfield. 22 June, 
1578. B. 

Charlton, Stephen, of Gray's Inn [ " esq." 
erased], bachelor, 29, and Susanna Pookc, 
spinster, 20, daughter of Elizabeth Pooke, 
now wife of Daniel Andrewes, of Layton, co. 
Essex, esq., who consents — at Low Layton, 
Wansted, or Woodford, co. Essex. 26 March, 
1673. F. 

Charlton, Tutcher (Charleton), of St. Ethclburgh, 
London, cook, and Ellen Argall, of same, 
widow of Robert Argall, late of same, cook — 
at same. 7 Feb. 159§. B. 

Charme, Edward, of Little St. Trinity, London, 
silkweaver, and Joane Porter, of St. Law- 
rence, Old Jewry, said city, spinster, daughter 
of Thomas Porter, late of Shrewsbury, co. 
Salop, baker, deceased — at St. Lawrence 
Jewry aforesaid. 7 Jan. 159-|. B. 

Charnell, Thomas, and Johanna Thurgood, of 
the diocese of London. 13 July, 1547. F. 

Charnley, John (Charneley), gent., of St. 
Gregory, London, bachelor, 38, and Mary 
Blevcn, of same, sjunster, 24, her father 
dead, consent of her mother— at St. Marv 
Magdalen, Old Fish Street. 9 Aug. 1642. B'. 

Charnley, Thomas (Charneley), of St. Sepulchre, 
London, baker, and Agnes Freeman, spinster, 
gen. lie, 1 Feb. .158§. B. 



Charnley, Thomas, (jf the city of York, gent., 
bachelor, 34, and Anne Laplcy, of St. Saviour, 
Southwark, co. Surrey, widow, 30 — at East 
Greenwich, KcTit, St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 
Middlesex, or St. Nicholas, Cole Abbev, Lou- 
don. 9 Jan. 166^. F. 

Charnock, George, of Westminster, labourer, and 
Anne Say, of same, spinster — at St. Mar- 
garet, Westminster. 12 Nov. 1619. D. 

Charnock, John, of St. Dnustan-iu-the-West, 
gent., bachelor, about 31, and Mrs. Hellen 
Gray, of St. Andrew, llolborn, widow, about 
40— at St. Andrew, Holborn. 14 Oct. 1670. 
V. 

Charnock, William, 1578. See Cherxock. 

Charnocke, William, of Denfoi-d, co. Northamj)- 
t(m, and Elizabeth Michell. 16 June, 1572. F. 

Charnocke, William, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
and Alice Norington, widow, of St. Michael, 
Cornhill— at St. Michael aforesaid. 11 Dee 
1575. B. 

Charsley, William, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 
Lontlon, barber, and Frances Hive, of Isle- 
worth, Middlesex, spinster — at Islewortli 
aforesaid. 6 Dec. 1622. B. 

Charter, Richard, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
gent., liachelor, about 26, and Mary Nicholls, 
of St. Clement Danes, spinster, about 25, con- 
sent of her mother, of same, widow — at St. 
Botolph, Aldersgate, or St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf. 16 May, 1662. V. 

Charteris, James, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, widower, and Martha Gresham, of 
St. Paul, Covent Garden, Middlesex, widow — 
at St. Martiu-in-tlie-Fields, Middlesex. 11 
Feb. 168^. F. 

Charveild, Thomas, of Dageuham, co. Essex, yeo- 
man, and Margaret Locke, of same, daughter 
of — Locke, deceased — at St. Andrew-iu-the- 
Wardrobe, London. 27 May, 1623. B. 

Charvel], John, and Frances Passheley, spinster, 
of South Shoberry, gen. lie, 11 July, 1573. 
. B. 

Charwell, Thomas, and Johanna Gyll, both of 
Romford, co. Essex. 4 April, 1567. F. 

Chase, Mr. Richard, B.D., and Mary Roberts, of 
St. Sepulchre, London, spinster, 20, daughter 
of Edward Roberts, esq., of Willesdcn, Mid- 
dlesex, who consents — at St. Sepulchre afore- 
said. 24 Oct. 1632. B. 

Chasye, Robert, and Margaret Kyngston, of All 
Hallows, Lombard Street, London. 13 Feb. 
154|. F. 

Chatborne, Daniel, gent., of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, bachelor, 35, and Elizabeth Howse, of 
St. Olave, Silver Street, maiden, 33, consent 
of her father, Richard Howse, of Wickham, 
CO. Bucks, gent. — at St. John, Walbrook. 
London. 29 May, 1611. B. 

Chater, Richard, of St. Mary, Wliitechapel, 
London, butcher, and Joane Standishe, of the 
City of London, widow of Edward Standishe, 
deceased — at St. Andrew, Holborn. 27 Julv, 
1G14. B. 

Chatfield, John, of St. Martin, Ludgate, London, 
haberdasher, and Elizabeth Jackson, of St. 
Anne, Blackfriars, London, spinster, daughter 
of John Jackson, clerk, vicar of Hisson, co. 
Kent— at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, London. 
5 j\lay, 1619. B. 

Chatfield, Thomas (Chattfeilde), of St. Anne and 
Agues, Aldersgate, London, merchant taylor, 
and Elizabeth Browne, of same, daughter of 
Thomas Browne, of Richmond, co. Surrey, 
yeoman, gen. lie, 24 June, 1593. B. 



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270 



Chatterton, Robert, geut., of St. Dunstan-iii-tlio- 
Wcst, bachelor, 21, and Bridget Linford, of 
St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, 23, her parents 
dead — at St. Andrew, Holborn. 25 Jan. 1621. 
B. 

Chatterton, Eichard, of Great All Hallows, 
London, brewer, and Anne Lawes, of St. 
James Garlick Hithe, said city, '^^^dow of 
Christopher Lawes, late of same, cook— at St. 
James aforesaid. 17 June, 1598. B. 

ChattnoU, Thomas, and Alice Robyusou, widow, 
of St. John Zacharv, London — to marry there. 
4 Dec. 1574. B. 

Chattye, AVilHam, and Elizabeth Lingham, widow, 
of St. Martin-in-the-Ficlds, gen. lie, 31 Jan. 
157t. B. 

Chaunce, Edward, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London, upholster, and Alice Peirce, of St. 
Ethelburgh, London, widow of Daniel Peirce 
— at St. Botolph aforesaid. 24 April, 1626. 
B. 

Chauncelor, Robert, clothworkcr, and Dorothy 
Sydnam. of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 
widow of Robert Sydnam, late of London, 
joyner, gen. lie, 17 June, 1592. B. 

Chauncey, Alexander, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
gent., bachelor, 24, and Magdalen Scriven, 
of same, widow, about 28 — at Paddington, 
CO. Middlesex, or St. Bartholomew-the-Less, 
Loudon. 29 Oct. 1647. F. 

Chauncey, George (Chauncy), gent., of Sabridge- 
worth, Herts, bachelor, 23, sou of George 
Chauncy the elder, of same, gent., and Eliza- 
beth Blunt, of St. Bride, London, spinster, 
20, daughter of Charles Blunt, late of Eg- 
ginton, CO. Derby, gent., deceased, and her 
mother also — at St. Paith-the-Virgin. 27 June, 
1639. B. 

Chauncey, Henry (Chauncye), of Gedlestou, 
gent., and Jane Sallesburye, widow, of Har- 
lowe, gen. lie, 27 April, 1574. B. 

Chauncey, Henry (Chauncy), of All Hallows, in 
'town and co. Hertford, esq., widower, about 
42, and Mrs. Elizabeth Gouldsmith, of Stredy- 
seate, co. Norfolk, widow, about 40 — at St. 
Paul, Covent Garden. 12 Feb. 167f. V. 

Chauncey, Henry (Chauncy), of Middle Temple, 
bachelor, 26, and Madam Jane Butler, of 
Edmonton, Middlesex, spinster, 18, consent 
of father, Su- Nicolas Butler, knight — at St. 
Andrew Undershaft. 16 Dec. 1692. B. 

Chauncey, Isaac (Chauncy), of Estouton, in the 
parish of Knigbts Enham, co. Southampton, 
gent., widower, 30 and upwards, and Sarah 
Bond, of Newbery, Berks, 30 and upwards, 
and at own disposal — at Newbery, Shaw, or 
Stanfortl luglev, co. Berks. 14 Aug. 1675. 
V. 

Chauncey, Mr. James (Chauncy), clerk, of Sa- 
bridgworth, Herts, bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth 
Mountjoy, spinster, 23, consent of mother, 
Mary Mountjoy, of Bishop Stortford, said 
county, widow — at St. Mary Somerset. 30 
Oct. 1627. B. 

Chauncey, John, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
gent., bachelor, about 26, and Elizabeth 
Taylor, of same, spinster, aged 22, her parents 
dead — at Gray's Inn chapel. 18 Nov. 1663. 
V. 

Chauncey, Richard, 1622. See Chansy. 

Chauncey, Tobit, of Edgcott, co. Northampton, 
esq., bachelor, about 24, and Elizabeth Browne, 
of Eydon, said county, spinster, about 19, her 
parents' consent — at Eydon aforesaid. 3 Feb. 
166,5. V. 

Chaiindler. .See aldo Chandler. 



Chaundler, Edward, of Wapping, in the parish 
of Stepney, co. Middlesex, and Thomasine 
Bennett, of same, widow of Hugh Bennett, 
mariner— at Stepney aforesaid. 30 Jan. 161f. 

Chaundler, John (Chauudeler), of St. Margaret 
Morses, salter, and Jane Gitton, spinster, of 
St. Mildred, Poultry, gen. lie, 13 Jan. 158i. B. 

Chaundler, Richard, of St. Antholin, London, 
gent., and Emma Marshall, of St. Bride, 
London, spinster — at St. Antholin aforesaid. 
12 June, 1626. B. 

Chaundler, Richard (Chauudeler) [so signed], 
of Idmarston, Wilts, esq., widower, and Dame 
Barbai-a Curie, of Subborton, co. Southamp- 
ton, widow, about 31 — at Soberton aforesaid, 
or ... . 15 Sept. 1682. F. 

Chaundler, Thomas, of Twickenham, Middlesex, 
husbandman, and Mary Harper, of same, 
spinster, daughter of Richard Harper, de- 
ceased — at Ealing, Middlesex. 21 April, 1625. 
B. 

Chaundler, Walter, gent., and Mary Stewby [in 
margin, Stewkly], of the diocese of London, 
spinster — at St. Martiu-in-thc-Fields, Middle- 
sex. 12 June, 1626. B. 

Chauntrell, John, and Alice Whetton, widow, of 
St. James, Clerkenwell, gen. lie, 14 July, 
1568. B. 

Chawcye, Francis, gent., and Alice Tyrrell. 21 
Feb. 154f . F. 

Chawkeley, Henry, yeoman, of Paul's Waldeu, 
Herts, and Alice Chawkeley, spinster, of same, 
daughter of John Chawkeley, of Crooende, co. 
Herts, wheelwright, gen. lie, 27 Feb. 158S. 
B. 

Chechestre, Robert, and Anne Philipps, gent., of 
the City of London. 4 June, 1544. F. 

Checkley, John, of St. Bride, London, haber- 
dasher, and Joane Kerswcll, of Charterhouse 
in St. Seijulchre, London, widow, of William 
Kerswell, late of same, yeoman — at St. Bride 
aforesaid. 16 Dec. 1607. B. 

Chedle, Rowland, D.D., bachelor, 35, and Margery 
Chetle, of St. Clement Danes, widow, 30, 
alleged by William Carter, of Beaumaris, co. 
Anglesea, yeoman — at St. Andrew, Holborn. 
15 July, 1633. B. 

Cheek, John (Cheeke), of Clifford's Inn, gent., 
about 23, his father a citizen and freeman of 
London, died about 7 years ago, and Jane 
Ripley, 28, of St. Andrew, Holborn, relict of 
Abraham Ripley, gent., steward of Lincoln's 
Inn, deceased ; Mr. Humphrey Cheeke, of 
Clifford's Inn, gent., an attorney in the King's 
Heucli, and brother of Sir John Cheeke, attests 
that their father, Mr. John Cheek, before his 
<leath, gave custody of said brother John to 
him, and he consents, as does their mother, 
Mrs. Isabel Cheeke, widow — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn. 30 March, 1598. B. 

Cheek, John (Cheeke), of the city of Exeter, mer- 
chant, widower, about 40, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Calthropp, of same, widow, about 29 — at Lam- 
beth, Surrey. 13 July, 1671. Y. 

Cheek, Joseph (Cheeke), of the city of Exeter, 
bachelor, 22, and Frances Waterhouse, spinster, 
23, daughter of Thomas Waterhouse, of same, 
doctor in physic, who consents, alleged by 
John Cheeke, of St. Sepulchre, London, gent. 
— at Holy Trinity, in Exeter, or ... . 14 
March, 169|. F. 

Cheek, Richard (Cheke), of "David's" Inn, gent., 
and Elizabeth Fyssher, widow, of St. Augnstin- 
ad-Portam, Loudon, gen. lie, 29 Nov. 1568. B. 



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[i 521-1869.] Edward Chester 



272 



Clieek, TlioTnas (Checke), of Richmond, Surrey, 
cs([., bathelor, about 30, aud the Hou. Dorotliy 
Sidney, of Slieenc, said county, dau<rlitei' of 
tlie Right Hon. Philip Viscount Lisle, -Nvho con- 
sents, aged about 18 — at Thistleworth, Mid- 
dlesex, or Richmond aforesaid. 8 Dec. 16G8. 
Y. 

Clieek, Thomas, of Pirgo, co. Essex, esq., widower, 
aud Lctitia Russel, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, spinster, about 20, at her own 
disposal —at St. Mary, Savoy, Middlesex. 8 
March, 167^. F. 

Clieek, William (Cheeke), and Johanna Munne, 
widow, of St. Botolph, Aldgate— to marry 
there. 1 May, 1579. B. 

Cheese, Richard, yeoman, and Anne Biggleskyrte, 
of St. Andrew, Holborn, London, widow of 
William Biggleskyrte, late of same, innholder, 
gen. lie, 4 May, 1597. B. 

Chelsam, John, of the queen's palace at WTaite- 
hall, purveyor, aud Elizabeth Larder, of New 
Branford, Middlesex, widow of John Larder, 
late of same, surgeon^at Harlington, Mid- 
dlesex. 16 Dec. 1601. B. 

Chelsam, William, gent., and Sibill Turnbull, 
spinster, of St. Botolph, Billingsgate — to 
marry there. 8 Feb. IS^a. B. 

Chelsham, John, gent., bachelor, 33, and Jane 
Wright, spinster, 21, daughter of Richard 
Wright, of Kiugstou-on-Thames, co. Surrey, 
esq., who consents — at St. Mary Magdalen, 
Old Fish Street, London. 5 June, 1622. B. 

Chelton, John, merchant, and Marj^ Brittaine, of 
St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, widow— at 
St. Mary, Whitechapel. 11 July, 1626. B. 

Cheney. See also Cheyney. 

Cheney, David, and Sibell Coley, widow, of St. 
Rennet, Paul's Wharf — to marry there. 
26 Oct. 1579. B. 

Cheney, John, of Bishop Stortford, Herts, woollen 
draper, aud Agnes Wright, of L'pminster, co. 
Essex, widow of John Wright, of same, veo- 
man, gen. lie, 23 Feb. 159|. B. 

Cheney, Richard (Chenye), of St. Mary Woolnoth, 
London, goldsmith, and Elizabeth Offley, of 
same, spinster, daughter of Richard Offley, 
late of said city, merchant, deceased, gen. lie, 
1 Feb. 159i. B. 

Cheney, Richard, gent., of Hackney, Middlesex, 
baclielor, 27, consent of his father, Mr. 
Richard Cheney, and Anne Elinor, of St. 
Catherine Creechurch, London, spinster, 19, 
daughter of Bartholomew Elinor, of same, 
gent., who consents — at Hacknev aforesaid. 
3 June, 1622. B. 

Cheney, Richard, of Hackney, co. Middlesex, 
bachelor, 27, and Mary Beauchamp, of 
Stifford, CO. Essex, spinster, 23, daughter of 
William Beauchamp, of Steiiuey aforesaid 
(sic), gent., who consents — at St. Dunstan-in- 
the-West, London, or ... . 29 July, 1695. 
F. 

Cheney, Thomas, of Sundon, co. Beds, esq., bache- 
lor, about 21, son andheirapparent of the Right 
Worshipful Sir Thomas Cheney, knight, of 
Sundon aforesaid, and Anne Merrey, spinster, 
about 19, daughter of Sir Thomas Merrey, of 
Walthamstow, Essex, knight, who consents — 
at St. Gregory, London. 14 Nov. 1632. F. 

Cheney, Thomas, of Eye, co. Suffolk, gent., 
bachelor, about 26, aud Elizabeth Clopton, of 
Lyston, co. Essex, spinster, about 25 — at 
Lyston, Foxyard, or Boxley, co. Essex, or 
Long Melford, co 30 May, 1661. V. 



Cherchey, Thomas, of St. Peter, Westcheap, 
Loudon, haberdasher, and Frances Carpenter, 
of Stepney, Middlesex, spinster, daughter of 
John Carpenter, late of Rye, co. Sussex, gent., 
deceased — at Stepney aforesaid. 6 Nov. 1604. 
B. 
Cherington, Nicholas, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
gent., about 32, and Jone Mirritt, of same, 
widow, about 31 — at Knightsbridge, Middle- 
sex. II Aug. 1669. V. 
Cherley, Richard, and Margaret Tavlfere, of the 

City of London. 7 Feb. 154*. F". 
Chernock, William, and Johanna Symondes, 
widow, of St. Botol|)h, Aldgate — at St. Mar- 
garet Pattens. 18 Dec. 1578. B. 
Cherry, John (Cherrye), of Great Munden, and 
Katherine Abotte, of Little Munden, gen. lie, 
19 Feb. 1564. B. 
Cherry, Simon, of Watford, Herts, husbandman, 
and Johanna Ellis, of Westminster, spinster — 
at St. Margaret, Westminster. 4 Mav, 1612. 
D. 
Cherry, Thomas, of St. Clement Danes, chirnrgeon, 
bachelor, 26, and Mrs. Margaret Lane, widow, 
of same, 26 — at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf. 
14 July, 1684. B. 
Cheseman, John (Cheasman), of Orsett, Essex, 
husbandman, and Johanna Hoseman, spinster 
—at Northall, Herts. 10 Aug. 1580. B. 
Cheseman, John, yeoman, and Agnes Balden, 
spinster, of Soudbury, co. Middlesex, daughter 
of John Baldon, late of Littleton, in said 
county, baker, deceased — at St. Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf. 7 May, 1585. B. 
Cheshire, John, of St. Magnus, London, bachelor, 
28, and Elizabeth Smythwick, spinster, 22, 
daughter of Webb Smythwick, of Brainford, 
Middlesex, gent., who consents — at Ealing, 
Brainford, or Isleworth, Middlesex. 28 Jan. 
166f. F. 
Cheshire, Martin (Chesheire), gunner, and Eliza- 
beth Wooton, widow — at St. Bride, London. 
27 Aug. 1616. B. 
Cheste, Charles, of Broadwas, co. Worcester, 
gent., bachelor, aged 24, and Penelope Cham- 
berlaine, spinster, 15, daughter of Thomas 
Chamberlaine, of same, gent., who consents — 
at Great Malvern, co. Worcester. 29 Jan. 
163f. F. 
Chester, the Rev. Anthony, of East Haddon, co. 
Northampton, bachelor, above 40, and Eliza- 
beth Burt, of St. Mary Arden, co. Leicester, 
spinster, above 25 — at Farudon or Pisford, co. 
Northampton. 18 Jan. 175^. F. 
Chester, Edmund, of St. Alban, Wood Street, 
bachelor, 21, and Ann Faring, of St. Olave, 
Silver Street, spinster, 24, consent of friends 
— at All Hallows, London Wall. 24 March, 
171?. B. 
Chester, Edmund, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
cordwainer. widower, above 26, and Mary 
Parker, of same, spinster, above 30 — at St. 
Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street. Loudon. 3 
Dec." 1725. F. 
Chester, Edward, of Cockenhatch, in the parish of 
Barkway, co. Herts, esq., 25. and Katherine 
Stone, of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, 
London, maiden, about 20, daugliter of John 
Stone, of same parish, esq., who consents 
— at St. Stephen, Coleman Street. 8 Sept. 
1615. B. 
Chester, Edward, of Barkway, co. Herts, esq., 
widower, 50, and Anne Salthingston (;'. e. 
Saltonstall) of same, spinster, about 22, con- 
sent of her father. Sir Peter Salthingston, 
knight— at St. Martin-in-the-Fields. St. 
Andrew, Holborn, or St. Peter-le-Poor. 4 
May, 1642. B. 



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Chester, Edward, of Barkway, Herts, esq., 
bachelor, about 18, and Judith Wriffht, of 
Bexley, Kent, spinster, about 17, her parents 
dead, consent of fj^uardians — at Chislehurst, 
Kent. 21 Aug. 1661. V. 

Chester, Edward, esq., of Hillington, co. Norfolk, 
bachelor, 38, and Frances Hobbs, of St. 
George, Botolph Lane, spinster, 21 — at St. 
Mary-at-Hill. 27 May, 1751. B. 

Chester, Edward, of St. Dunstan, Stepney, 
Middlesex, widower, and Sarah Tadloo, of 
Uornchurch, Essex, widow — at St. Dunstan 
aforesaid. 24 Oct. 1804. P. 

Chester, Francis, of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
London, bachelor, 22, and Henrietta Quantito, 
of Christchurch, London, spinster, 22 — at 
Lambeth, co. Surre}^ 10 June, 1745. F. 

Chester, George, of Lee, co. Essex, gent., bachelor, 
34, and Anne Wright, of Christchurch, Lon- 
don, spinster, 18, her father dead, consent 
of her mother, Anne Ware, alias Wright, 
attested by William Cooke, of Limehouse, 
parish Stepney, esq. — at St. James, Clerken- 
well. 16 May, 1629. B. 

Chester, Granado, of St. Helen, London, grocer, 
bachelor, about 30, and Anne Hawkins, 
spinster, about 18, daughter of Eobert 
Hawkins, of All Hallows Staining, London, 
citizen and fishmonger, of London, who 
alleges — at St. Dunstan-in-the-East, All 
Hallows Barking, or St. Andrew, Holborn, 
London. 2 Nov. 1670. F. 

Chester, Granado, of St. Helen, London, bachelor, 
38, and Mary Winter, of St. Leonard, East- 
cheap, London, spinster, above 21 — at St. 
James, Clerkenwell. 28 April, 1714. F. 

Chester, Granado, of Sydenham, Kent, widower, 
and Elizabeth Elkington, of St. Martin-in-the- 
Ficlds, spinster, 21 — at St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf. 2 Dec. 1749. B. 

Chester, Hasledine, of St. Helen, London, 
bachelor, 29, and Jane Hawkins, spinster, 
about 19, daughter of Robert Hawkins, of 
St. Mary-at-Hill, London, who consents — at 
any parish church in the City of London. 19 
May, 1674. F. 

Chester, Henry, of St. Leonard, Bromlej^, Middle- 
sex, yeoman, widower, 30, and Dorothy Bur- 
rowes, of St. Sepulchre, London, widow, 34 
—at St. Sepulchre. 16 July, 1632. B. 

Chester, Henry, of Barkway, Herts, gent., 
bachelor, 25, and Anne Bead, spinster, 17, 
daughter of Theodore Bead, of same, esq., 
whose consent is attested by Robert Chester, 
of Stevenage, Herts, clerk, M.A., brother of 
said Henry — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 
6 May, 1633. F. 

Chester, Henry, of St. Dunstan, Stepney, bachelor, 
30, and Mary Collier, of St. Christophcr-le- 
Stocks, widow — at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf. 
15 May, 1718. B. 

Chester, Henry, of Stepney, Middlesex, widower, 
and Mary Thomas, of St. Peter-le-Poor, Lon- 
don, spinster, above 25 — at St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf, London. 13 July, 1736. P. 

Chester, James, of St. Helen, London, bachelor, 
22 and upwards, and Elizabeth Bedell, of 
same, spinster, 19 and upwards, with consent 
of her father, Daniel Bedell. Elizabeth North, 
of St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, widow, 
swears to the authenticity of a letter attached, 
signed by said Daniel Bedell, plumber, within 
Bishopsgate Street, London, of same date, 
consenting to said marriage. 16 Aug. 1736. 
F. 

Chester, John, of Stepney, cooper, widower, 34, 
and Mary Rogers, of same, widow, 35 — at 
Stepney. 29 Oct. 1639. B. 



Chester, John, of Stepney, mariner, bachelor, 22, 
and Mary Milborne, of same, spinster, 30 — at 
St. Faith [he signs x ]. 24 June, 1640. B. 

Chester, John, of Deptford, Kent, bachelor, 26, 
and Mary Feild, of same, spinster, 30 — at 
same. 22 April, 1712. F. 

Chester, John, of St. Mary-lc-Bow, London, 
Ijachclor, above 30, and Elizabeth Legg, of St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster, 28 — at St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields or- St. Ann, Limehouse. 
11 May, 1733. B. 

Chester, John, of St. Sepulchre, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 40, and Mary Dye, of St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields, Middlesex, widow— at St. Martin 
aforesaid. 3 June, 1778. P. 

Chester, John, of Shenfield, Essex, widower, and 
Ann Mansfield, spinster, above 21 — at same. 
11 Sept. 1794. F. 

Chester, Matthew, of St. Olave, Southwark, 
bachelor, 24, and Catherine Wells, of St. John, 
Clerkenwell, spinster, 22 — at St. John, Clerken- 
well. 2 Jan. 1732-. B. 

Chester, Nicholas, of St. Saviour, Southwark, co. 
Surrey, widower, and Elizabeth Tyler, of 
same, widow — at same. 12 March, 1760. F. 

Chester, Nicholas, of St. Ann, Limehouse, Middle- 
sex, widower, and Elizabeth Hitchcock, of St. 
Botolph, Aldgate, widow — at St. Ann afore- 
said. 25 Feb. 1791. P. 

Chester, Oliver, gent., of Royston, Herts, and 
Magdalen Wattson, of St. Olave, Hart Street, 
gen. lie, 22 July, 1570. B. 

Chester, the Rev. Peter, D.D., of Heydon, co. 
Essex, bachelor, 30 and upwards, and Sarah 
Webb, of St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, 22 
and upwards — at Somei'set House chapel. 18 
Dec. 1721. P. 

Chester, Richard, of All Hallows Barking, Lon- 
don, bachelor, above 21, and Mary West, of 
same, spinster, 22 — at St. Michael, Cornhill, 
London. 18 June, 1713. P. 

Chester, Robert, of Wickf ord, co. Chester [PEssex] , 
gent., and Alice Burj-, spinster, daughter of 
Bradford Bury, of Eastwood, said county, 
gent. — at St. Catherine Creechurch. 22 
April, 1626. B. 

Chester, Robert, of St. Mary Mag'.aleii, Ber- 
mondsey, Surre^-, bachelor, 23, and Sarah 
Hayes, of St. Olave, Southwark, said county, 
spinster, about 18, daughter of James Hayes, 
of same, haberdasher, who consents— at St. 
Olave aforesaid. 22 Dec. 1694. F. 

Chester, Sanyjson, of St. Mary Magdalen, Ber- 
mondsey, Surrey, apothecary, bachelor, above 
22, and'Mary Cuer, of St. Olave, Southwark, 
said county, spinster, above 21 — at St. Mary 
Magdalen aforesaid. 11 Feb. I7lf . F. 

Chester, Simon, tailor, and Elizabeth Ruddie, 
spinster, daughter of W^illiam Ruddie, of 
Carelton, co. Beds, tailor — at All Hallows, 
Honey Lane, London. 1 Feb. 1624. B. 

Chester, Thomas, of St. Andrew, Holborn, baker, 
bachelor, 24, and Isabell Stunie (?), of St. 
Sepulchre, spinster, 27— at St. Andrew Ward- 
robe. 30 April, 1G39. B. 

Chester, Thomas, of Wapping, Middlesex, mariner, 
bachelor, 24, and Sarah Such, of same, 
widow, 31 • — at St. Faith or St. Magnus, 
London. 19 Aug. 1643. B. 

Chester, Thomas, of St. Mary Aldermary, London, 
draper, bachelor, about 24, and Mary Durbur, 
of St. Thomas Apostle, London, s]iinster, 
about 17, daughter of Thomas Durbur, 
of same, carpenter, who consents— at St. 
Mary Aldermary aforesaid or Lambeth, co. 
Surrey. 15 April, 1647. F. 



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Chester, Tliomas, of Cheai)sido, Loiulon, linen- 
<lrapi'r, bivchelor, about 26, and Elizabt'tli 
Wi<rfall, of St. George, Botolph Lane, London, 
spinster, aged 21^ years, witli eonsent of her 
mother, Dorothy Wigfall — at St. I'eter, Corn- 
liill, London, or' ... . 1 July, 1700. F. 
Chester, Thomas, of Strethani, Surrey, baclielor, 
;iO, and Martha Davis, of St. Mary, Alder- 
manbiirv, widow — at St. Sepulchre [she 
alleges and subs, x ]. 18 Sept. 1721. B. 
Chester, "William, of Stepney, shipwright, 
wi(h)\ver, 60, and Barbara Guy, of same, 
widow, 56— at Stepney. 24 April, 1638. B. 
Chester, William, of East Greenwich, Kent, 
bachelor, 29, and Susanna Smith, of same, 
spinster, 26— at St. Peter-le-Poor, Loudon. 
31 Oct. 1723. F. 
Chester, William, of Ham, in the i)arish of 
Kingston-on-Thames, co. Surrey, bachelor, 
22, and Elizabeth Harding, of same, spinster, 
25 — at Teddington, Middlesex, Kingston 
aforesaid, or Petersham chapel, Surrey. 
2 Aug. 1739. F. 
Chester, William, esq., of St. Matthew, Bethnal ' 
Green, Middlesex, bachelor, above 21, and 
Mary Peacock, of same, spinster, above 21 
—at" St. Matthew aforesaid. 27 Feb. 1798. 
F. 
Chettell, Thomas, of Blandford St. Mary, co. 
Dorset, esq., bachelor, about 23, and Mrs. 
Constance Stockman, of White parish, co. 
AVilts, spinster, about 23, and at own disposal 
— at St. Clement Danes, Middlesex. 5 Dec. 
1676. V. 
Chetty, Thomas, of the city of Westminster, 
yeoman, and Elizabeth Turton, spinster, 
daughter of Nicholas Turton, of Arthur 
Cliii'e. CO. York, yeoman — at St. Faith, 
London. 17 Jan. 162f. B. 
Chetwood, Knightley, of St. Janies-iu-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 30, and Anna AudrewH, 
of St. Andrew, Holborn, London, 23, at her 
own disposal — at St. James aforesaid, 
Lincoln's Inn chapel, or St. Sepulchre, 
London. 14 Dec. 1687. F. 
Chetwoode Thomas, of St. Mary, Alderman- 
bury, > :i icliant taylor, bachelor, 28, and 
Elizabeth Wake, of St.. Clement Danes, 
spinster, 21, daughter of — Wake, esq., of 
same, who consents — at St. Clement Danes. 
17 Nov. 1629. B. 
Chetwynd, Walter, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
MidiUesex, bachelor, 31, and Elizabeth Askew, 
of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, widow — at 
St. Martin aforesaid or ... . 18 Feb. 168^. 
F. 
Chevall, William, gent., of St. Margaret, West- 
minster, bachelor, 25, and Mary Wheeler, of 
same, spinster, 25, daughter of Thomas 
Wheeler, deceased, her mother's consent — at 
St. Faith, London. 5 Oct. 1626. B. 
Cheveley, Thomas, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
■lU, and Mary Powell, of St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields, Middlesex, widow, 40 — at St. James, 
Westminster, or ... . 23 Jan. 169f. F. 
Chevell, Eichard, of St. Bride, Fleet Street, and 
Rose Hammond, of St. Michael, Wood Street 
— at St. Michael aforesaid. 25 Nov. 1552. B. 
Cheyer, John, of Stepney, Middlesex, cordwainer, 
and Elizabeth Ransome, of same, widow of 
William Kansome, late of same, cordwainer 
— at Stepney aforesaid. 30 Nov. 1593. B. 
Cheyn, John do Benn, of London, gent., and 
Elizabeth Bolainger, of St. Anne, Blackfriars, 
widow of Giles Bolainger, la*^e of same, gen. 
lie, 25 Oct. 1596. B. 



Cheyne, Thomas, of Luton, Beds, gent., bachelor, 
about 25, and Mary Duncomb, spinster, about 
18, daughter of William Duncond), of Ivingo 
Aston, Bucks, gent., wlio consents- at St. 
Andrew, Holborn, London. 17 Julv, 1673. 
F. 

Cheynell, George, of Cranley, co. Surrey, clerk, 
baclu'lor, 24, and Sarah Cheynell, of .Shepjier- 
ton, Middlesex, s])inster, above 21, at her own 
disposal — at St. Michael, Wood Street, 
London, or ... . 1 Feb. 169§. F. 

Cheyney. See also Cheney. 

Cheyney, John (Cheynye), and Mary Barley, 
^\idow, of Stortford, Herts, gen. lie, 23 Julv, 
1575. B. 

Cheyney, Thomas, of St. Martin Ludgate, London, 
liaberdasher, and Magdalen Addingbrooke, of 
St. Martin, Ironmonger Lane, London, spinster, 
daughter of — Addingbrooke, deceased — at 
St. Martin, Ironmonger Lane, aforesaid. 
30 Dec. 1615. B. 

Cheyney, William, of Walthant Holy Cross, 
Essex, yeoman, and Margaret Lloydc, widow, 
of same — at same. 1 Feb. 158^. B. 

Cheyney, William, of Chelsea, Middlesex, esq., 
bachelor, about 19, his father's consent, and 
Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas, of same, spinster, 
about 16, her father's consent — at Chelsea 
aforesaid. 9 Dec. 1675. Y. 

Chichester, Robert, 1544. See Chechestee. 

Chidborne, Richard, of St. Lawrence Pountuej-, 
London, merchant taylor, widower, and Anne 
Sherer, of Great All Hallows, said city, 
widow of Hugh Sherer, late of same — at St. 
Andre w-in-thc- Wardrobe, London. 6 Jan. 
161|. B. 

Chidley, John, 1568. -S'ee Chydley. 

Chiffinch, Thomas, of Gravesend, co. Kent, esq., 
bachelor, 24, and Mary Fortrye, of North- 
fleet, said county, spinster, 32, at her own 
disposal — at Rochester, co. Kent, or ... . 
16 April, 1692. F. 

Chilcott, Richard, of Hertford, co. Herts, gent., 
widower, and Martha Lane, of St. Giles-in- 
the Fields, Middlesex, widow — at St. Clement 
Danes, co. Middlesex, or St. Mary Magdalen, 
Bermondsey, or St. Saviour, Southwark, co. 
Surrey. 9 Feb. 166S. F. 

Child, Sir Caesar, bart., of Barking, Essex, 
bachelor, 19 and upwards, and Hester Evance, 
of same, sjiinstcr, about 15, with consent of 
her mother, Hester Goodyer, and of Sir 
Stephen Evance, knight, of St. Edmnnd-the- 
King, London, who alleges ; Thomas Lake, 
of the Middle Temple, esq., attests that Sir 
Henry Hassell, knight, one of the barons of 
Her Majesty's Court of Exchequer, is trustee 
for Sir Cicsar Child in the settlement made 
for the intended marriage, and consents 
thereto- at Woodford, Essex, or .... 
26 Nov. 1698. F. 

Child, Francis, of St. Clement Danes, citizen, 
goldsmith, bachelor, about 28, and Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Wheeler, of same, spinster, about 19, 
consent of mother, Mrs. Martha Blanchard, 
alias Wheeler — in new parish church or 
chapel of Westminster. 2 Oct. 1671. V. 

Child, John (Childe), and Margaret Chapman, of 
the City of London, gen. lie, 11 May, 1562. B. 
Child, Josia, of St. Botolph, Billingsgate, London, 
widower, 32, and i\Iary Attwood, alias Stone, 
of St. I\Iargaret, Lothbury, widow, 20 -at St. 
James, Duke's Place, St. Bartholomew-the- 
Less, London, or St. l^Iary, Islington, ^liddl^- 
sex. 11 July, 1663. F. 



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Child, Josia, of Waiisted, Essex, widower, and 
Emma Willughby, of Midleton Hall, co. 
Warwick, widow — at Midleton, co. Warwick, 
or anv other churcli or chapel in cos. Warwick 
or Stafford. 8 Aug. 1676. F. 

Child, Josiah, of Wansted, Essex, esq., bachelor, 

22, and Elizabeth Cooke, spinster, about 1(), 
daughter of Sir Thomas Cooke, of Hackney, 
CO. Middlesex, who consents — at Hacknev 
aforesaid, or ... . 27 Feb. 169^. F. 

Child, Eichard, of Kensington, Middlesex, bachelor, 

23, son of Matthew Child, of same, gent., who 
alleges, and Elizabeth Dod, of Fnlham, said 
county, widow, 30 — at St. Botolph, Aldersgate. 
13 Oct. 1662. F. 

Child, Richard, esq., of Wansted, co. Essex, 
bachelor, 21, and Mrs. Dorothy Gljnne, of 
St. Margaret, Westminster, spinster, 21, at 
lier own disposal, her father dead — at St. 
James, Westminster. 22 April, 1703. B. 

Child, Roger, of Poplar. Middlesex, widower, 35, 
and Thomazine Luckin, of same, spinster, 22, 
consent of her guardian — at chapel at Poplar. 
22 July, 1672. B. 

Child, Thomas (Childe), clerk, rector of . . . ., 
and Margaret Whitehedd, widow, of the City 
of London, gen. lie, 11 June, 1581. B. 

Child, Thomas (Childe), gent., of Watford, Herts, 
bachelor, 27, and Dorothy Clarke, of same, 
spinster, 21, her parents dead, consent of her 
near kinsman, Sir Charles Morrison, knight, 
Avith whom she lives — at Sarret, Herts [Vic- 
Geu. book says she was daughter of John 
Clarke, deceased]. 6 Aug. 1618. B. 

Child, Thomas, of Inner Temple, gent., bachelor, 
about 26, and Anne Burt, of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, sjjinster, about 21, her parents dead — 
at St. Martin aforesaid. 21 Dec. 1668. V. 

Child, Thomas, esq., of St. James, Westminster, 
widower, and Ann Faver, of same, spinster, 
18, consent of her mother, Elizabeth Paver, 
of Stafford, co. Stafford, widow, who testifies 
that her late husband, Philip Faver, father 
of said Anne, died intestate — at St. James, 
Westminster. 18 March, 1756. B. 

Child, William, of Chesham, Bucks, widower, 
about 40, and Mrs. Anne Harris, of Great 
Missenden, said county, spinster, about 30, 
and at OAvn disposal — at St. Mary, Savoj-, or 
St. Clement Danes, Middlesex. 8 April, 1671. 
V. 

Childrey, Joshua, of Upway, co. Dorset, clerk, 
bachelor, about 30, and Elizabeth Todd, of 
Pertenhall, Beds, spinster, about 24, consent 
of mother — at St. Olave, or St. Saviour, 
Southwark, or Redriff' (Rotherhithe), co. 
Surrey. 11 April, 1665. V. 

Chilester, James, and Christiana Hudson, of 
parish of " Sti Alphagi Esiugspyttell," Citv 
of London. 17 Sept. 1546. P. " 

Chilmell, John, clerk, rector of Sheppertou, 
Middlesex, and Mary Wright, widow, of the 
City of London — at St. Sepulchre. 29 June, 
1580. B. 

Chilmeyd, Robert, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex, merchant taylor, and Mary Wilkin- 
son, of St. Gregory, London, spinster — at St. 
Gregory aforesaid. 1 July, 1618. B. 

Chingfe, Christopher, of Westminster, shoemaker, 
and Rachael Turner, of same, widow — at St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 6 Dec. 1619. D. 

Chipchase, Paul, of the parish of Christ Church, 
CO. Surrey, widower, and Sarah Young, spin- 
ster, 20, daughter of John Young, of St. 
Benet Gracechurch, London, stationer, who 
conserts — at St. Beuet aforesaid. 20 Dec. 
1678. F. 



Chipp, Allen, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gent., 
bachelor, about 24, and Anne Yorko, of 
Cliii)i)ing Barnet, Herts, widow, about 21 — at 
Hadley, co. Herts. 7 Sept. 1670. V. 

Chiral, John, of Duke's Place, London, bachelor, 
and Anne Chester, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
spinster, her parents consent — at Poplar 
chapel, parish of Stepney. 25 Oct. 1692. B. 

Chisenhall, Edward, esq., of Chisenhall, co. 
Lancaster, widower, and Elizabeth Platyers,* 
spinster, about 22, her parents dead, and she 
at the disposal of Sir William Coney and 
other trustees, who consent — at St. Margaret, 
Westminster. 24 April, 1671. F. 

Chislett, William, of St. Botolph, Billingsgate, 
London, tallow-chandler, and Emma Barlowo, 
of St. Anne, Blackfriars, spinster, daughter 
of Hichard Barlowe, of Stow, co. Herts, 
yeoman— at St. Anne, Blackfriars. 9 Oct. 
1602. B. 

Chissell, John, of St. Mary, Islington, Middlesex, 
tailor, and Christabell More, of Stepney, said 
county, widow — at Stepney afoi-esaid. 23 
Nov. 1626. B. 

Chiswicke, John, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
veoman, and Winnifred Foxe, of same, spin- 
ster. 16 Dec. 1601. D. 

Chitham, Charles, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
goldsmith, bachelor, about 23, and Margaret 
Barrett, of same, spinster, about 18, consent 
of her father and mother — at St. Clement 
Danes. 25 April, 1668. V. 

Chittam, John, merchant taylor, and Rachel 
Dickenson, of St. Bride, London, widow of 
Thomas Dickenson, late of St. Dunstan-in- 
the-AVost, said citv, merchant taylor — at St. 
Bride aforesaid. 18 Feb. 159f . B. 

Chitty, George, of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, gent., 
widower, about 60, and Margery Pybus, of St. 
Giles, Cripplegate, widow — at St. Botolph, 
Aldersgate. 4 Sept. 1667. V. 

Chitty, Henry, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
bachelor, and Elizabeth Girtou, of same, spin- 
ster, daughter of Thomas Girton, of Croptou, 
CO. Cambridge, yeoman — at St. Margaret, 
Westminster. 5 June, 1622. D. 

Chitty, Thomas, 1624. See Chetti-. 

Chivrme, John (sic), of St. Alban, Wood Street, 
liondon, and Mary Glover, of St. Martin-le- 
(irand, widow — at any church, &c., in juris- 
diction of W. & C. 8 Feb. 157^. D. 

Choate, Edward, and Jane Cutler, of the city of 
AVestminster, S2:)inster. 23 Feb. 163§. D. 

Chokke, Alexander, of Avington, Berks, esq., 
bachelor, about 27, and Mrs. Anne HaA'ne, of 
of Wallington, said county, spinster, about 
23, and at own disposal — at Kentburv, co. 
Berks. 11 March, 167-^. V. 

Cholmeley, Hugh, of St. James, Clerkeuvvell, 
Middlesex, gent., and Elizabeth Deale, of St. 
Clement Danes, Middlesex, widow of Thomas 
Deale, late of the City of London, merchant, 
deceased, gen. lie, 9 July, 1588. B. 

Cholmeley, James, of Chesthunt, Herts, bachelor, 
17, and Catherine WoodQne, of Stepney, 
spinster, 17, consent of her mother, Rebecca 
AVoodtine, of Ratcliff-cum-Jackmore, co. Bucks 
— at Greenwich, Kent. 1 Dec. 1702. B. 

Cholmeley, Jasper, of Lincoln's Inn, geni^ and 
Margaret Hounde, of St. Martin Luugate, 
spinster, gen. lie, 4 Jan. 1564. B. 



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Cholmley, Nicholas, of Ncwin<jton, co. Surrey, 
^I'lit., l)iichelor, about 2-4, and Nvs. Elizabeth 
Onsloe, of West Clandon, said county, spin- 
ster, about 2(5, and at own disposal — at St. 
IMary, Savoy. 1(5 June, 1(5(59. V. 

Cholmley, Richard, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
i^ondon, mercer, bachelor, and Katherine 
(iomcrsall, of same, spinster, daughter of 
John (iomersal, of same, mercer— at St. 
Bennet, Paul's Wharf, London. 8 April, IfilO. 
B. 

Cholmeley, Thomas, of U.xbridge, and Dorothy 
iJodlc, spinster, of same, gen. lie, 29 Jan. 
lo(iS. B. 

Chorley, Henry, of St. Bride, London, widower, 
and Mrs. Winifred Oldfield, of St. Saviour, 
Southwark, co. Surrey, spinster, about 25, her 
parents dead — at St. Nicholas Coleabbev, 
London. 30 Sept. 1691. F. 

Chowne, Bray, of St. Olave, Old Jewry, London, 
merchant, bachelor, 27, and Anne Midletou, 
of Horsham, Snsse.x, spinster, 22, daughter of 
Thomas Midleton, esq. — who consents — at 
Horsham aforesaid. 10 July, 1647. F. 

Chowne, Thomas, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
about 26, and Mrs. Elizabeth Foice, of Shipley, 
Sussex, spinster, about 27, and at own disjiosal 
— at Shiple}', West Greenstead, Ashington, or 
Washington, co. Sussex. 8 Feb. 166g. V. 

Chowne, Thomas, of Alfristou, co Sussex, esq., 
bachelor, 24, and Phoebe Westbrook, of Fer- 
ring, said county, spinster, above 21, at her 
own disposal, her parents dead — at the cathe- 
dral church of St. Peter, Westminster. 26 
June, 1703. F. 

Chrislett, George, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
and Ellen Axelby, of same, spinster — at same, 
30 May, 1617. D. 

Christian, Captain Edward, esq., of St. Martin 
Ludgate, bachelor, 36, and Elizabeth Maycott, 
of Dover, Kent, spinster, 21, her jDarents dead 
[vie. gen. book says, daughter of Sir Cavaler 
]\[aycott, knight, deceased] — at St. Mary, 
Somerset, London. 19 Jan. 162f B. 

Christian, Edward, of the city of Westminster, 
gent., widower, and Elizabeth Primat, 
spinster, about 23, daughter of Josias Primat, 
of St. Paul, Covent Garden, Middlesex, 
leather^eller, who consents — at St. Paul 
aforesaid or Charterhouse chapel, Middlesex. 
25 April, 16f§. F. 

Christian, Ewan, of Gray's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
about 27, and Mrs. Mary Cane, of Whitechapel, 
Middlesex, spinster, about 18, consent of 
father, John Cane, esq., alleged by Edward 
Christian, of Staple Inn, gent. — at St. Marv, 
Whitechapel. 12 Feb. 167-J. V. 

Christian, Hamlett, of All Hallows, Barking, 
London, and Margaret Eapior, spinster, of 
same, daughter of — Rapior, of . . . ., co. 
Notts, yeoman, gen. lie, 14 April, 1591. B. 

Christian, John, of St. Faith, London, milliner, 
bachelor, 25, and Anne Pickering, of East 
Grinstead, Sussex, spinster, 20, daughter 
of Robert Pickering, of same, gent., who con- 
sents — at Longfield, co. Surrey, or Burstowe, 
in ye ... . 6 Nov. 1650. F. 

Christmas, Heni-y, gent., of Binsted, co. South- 
ampton, bachelor, 17, consent of his mother, 
Mary Christmas, widow, and Martha Milward, 
spinster, about 23, a maid servant in parish of 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields — at St. Magnus or 
St. Margaret, New Fish Street. 18 Dec. 1644. 
B. 



Christmas, Henry, of Chobham, co. Surrey, clerk, 
liacliclor, 33, and Elizabeth Gaiusford, of 
same, sijinstor, 18, her ])aronts dead— at 
Woking, Weybridge, or Chertsev, co. Surrey. 
19 Jan. 168'/. F. 

Christmas, Robert, of St. Botolph, Akigate, 
Lonilon, bachelor, 24, and Mary Folkes, of 
Great Wcnham, Suffolk, spinster, 20. 3 Nov. 
1(586. F. 

Christmas, Thomas, tailor, and Dorothy Leesie, 
of same, sjjinster — at St. Bride, London. 22 
Jan. Ifi2f B. 

Christmas, William, of Bramshutt, co. Southamp- 
ton, gent., bachelor, 24, and at his own 
government, and Christian Palmer, of same, 
spinster, about 21, daughter of Robert Palmer, 
of same, gent., who consents, alleged by John 
Christmas, of Bardwell's, co. Suffolk, gent. — 
to marry at Fransham Empshott,or Greasham, 
CO. Southampton. 19 April, 1648. F. 

Christopher, Richard, of St. Mary Colechurch, 
and JIargaret Allen, widow, of St. Botolph, 
Bishopsgate — at St. Botolph aforesaid. 6 
Dec. 1570. B. 

Christy, Thomas, of St. Swithin, Loudon, grocer, 
and EllenLanghorne,of St. Alban, Wood Street, 
said city, widow of Richard Langhorne, late 
of same, Salter — at St. Mary, Aldermanburv, 
London. 11 Feb. 160f. B. 

Chudleigh, George, of Ashton, co. Devon, esq., 
bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. Mary Lee, of 
\V'inslade, Devon, spinster, about 17, her 
father's consent — at Clvst, St. George, co. 
Devon. 21 Feb. 1673- V. 

Chudleigh, Thomas, of the Middle Temple, gent., 
bachelor, 24, and Elizabeth Cole, of Bucks, co. 
Devon, spinster, above 21, her parents dead — ■ 
at St. Mary-ve-Moore, in Exeter, or . . . ., co. 
Devon. 10 July, 1671. F. 

Chudley, William, jun., of Whitechapel, Middlesex, 
citizen and distiller, widower, about 26, and 
Mrs. Jane Carter, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
spinster, about 18, consent of mother, alleged 
by William Chudley, of Odiham, co. South- 
ampton, gent. — at Whitechapel aforesaid or 
St. Mary, Savoy. 1 Feb. 166i-. V. 

Church, Charles, gent., and Constance Sapcott, 
spinster, of West Horndon, Essex, gen. lie, 8 
June, 1580. B. 

Churche, Ednmnd, gent., of Ronwell, co. Essex, 
and Anne Sapcott, spinster, of same, daughter 
of John Sapcott, esq., late of Tbarfelde, Herts, 
deceased, gen. lie, 12 June, 1587. B. 

Churche, Henry, of Wapping, Middlesex, sailor, 
and Elizabeth Vassall, of Ratcliffe, spinster, 
daughter of John Vassall, of Stepney, Middle- 
sex, sailor — at St. Nicholas, Aeons, London. 
19 Jan. 162f. B. 

Churche, John (Church), of Inner Temple, gent., 
bachelor, about 21, and Elizabeth Pigott, spin- 
ster, about 20, consent of father, Ralph 
Pigott, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, esq. — at 
St. Marv-le-Straud, alias Savov. 23 June, 
1662. V.' 

Churche, Richard, of St. Martin Orgar, London, 
merchant taylor, and Alice Churche, of St. 
Mary Somerset, said city, widow of Henry 
Churche, late of same, gent., gen lie, 15 Dec. 
1592. B. 

Churche, Robert, of Sampford Magna, co. Essex, 
yeoman, and Elizabeth Barnerde, of East 
Rodiug, said county, widow of — Barnerde, 
late of same, yeoman, gen. lie, 25 March, 1589. 
H. 

Churche, Thomas, 1604. See Chkrchey. 

Church, William, chandler, and Margaret Brice, 
spinster — at St. Michael, Queenhithe. London. 
15 Oct. 1623. B. 



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Churches, Lawrence, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
and Elleuor Alexander, of same, widow — at St. 
Faith, London. 11 Dec. 1626. B. 

Churchill, Goorg-e, of St. Mary, Savoy, Middlesex, 
gent., bachelor, about 28, and Martha Wingate, 
of same, spinster, about 24, with her mother's 
consent — at St. Marv, Savoy, aforesaid. 28 
Jan. 167f,. V. 

Churchill, John, of ]\Iuston, Dorset, esq., widower, 
about 50, and Mrs. Susanna Gray, of Yaver- 
land. Isle of Wight, widow, about 30 — at 
Yaverland or Newport, Isle of Wight. 11 
June, 1675. V. 

Churchill, Robert, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
bachelor, 23, and Dorothy Tufnell, of same, 
spinster, 2 1 and upwards — at St. Bartholomew 
by the Exchange, London. 30 Oct. 1734. F. 

Chute, Alexander, of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent., 
bachelor, 36, and Elizabeth Holbeck, widow, 
about 40, late wife of L. (sic) Holbeck, late 
of the city of Bristol, merchant, deceased — 
at Watford, co. Herts, or St. Magnus, London 
Bridge. 28 June, 1638. B. 

Chute, Chaloner, esq., of Middle Temple, bachelor, 

24, and Anne Plase, about same age, widow 
of William Plase, gent., deceased — at St. 
Mildred-in-the-Poultry. 21 Jnly, 1627. B. 

Chute, Edward, esq., of Beddersden, co. Kent, 
widower, 53, andThomazine Criche, of the City 
of London, 52, widow of Edmund Criche, citizen 
and merchant taylor of London, deceased — at 
St. Bride, London, or St. Mary, Islington. 12 
Aug. 1633. B. 

Chute, Edward, of the Vine, co. Southampton, 
esq., bachelor, 27, and Katherine Tracey, of 
Frampton, co. Gloucester, widow — at Hamp- 
stead, St. Martiu-in-the-Fields, or St. Clement 
Danes, co. Middlesex. 28 Sept. 1686. F. 

Chute, George, esq., of Lambeth, Surrey, widower, 
about 36, and Margaret Coles, of All Hallows, 
Steyning, widow, about 35 — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn, St. Dunstan-in-the-West, or St. 
Clement Danes. 26 Sept. 1660. V. 

Chute, Sir George [signed Choute], of Hinxhill, 
CO. Kent, knight, and Cicely Preake [Freke], 
.spinster, 18, with consent of her father, 
Kalph Freake, of Hannington, co. Wilts, esq. 
— at Hannington aforesaid. 26 April, 1661. 
F. 

Chute, George, of Lambeth, co. Surrey, esq., 
widower, and Katharine Baker, of Greenwich, 
Kent, widow — at All Hallows-in-the-Wall, St. 
Mary Woolnoth, or St. Peter-le-Poor, London. 
17 Sept. 1673. F. 

Chute, George, of Stockwell, Surrey, gent., 
bachelor, 23, and Joanna St. John, of Batter- 
sea, Surrey, spinster, about 17, daughter of 
Sir Walter St. John, bart., who consents — 
at Battersea aforesaid. 17 May, 1675. F. 

Chydley, John, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, and 
Sisley Amye, spinster, of the City of London 
—at St. Marv, Whitechapel. 1 March, 156J. 
B. 

Cibber, Caius Gabriel, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 
sculptor, widower, about 33, and Mrs. Jane 
Colley, of Drury Lane, London, spinster, about 

25, and at own disposal — at St. Dunstan-in- 
the-West, St. Andrew, Holborn, or St. Giles- 
in-the-Fields. 21 Nov. 1670. V. 

Cibber, Theophilus, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
bachelor, above 21, and Mrs. Jane Johnson, 
of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster, 19, con- 
sent of her lawful guardian, Richard Savage, 
gent., of St. Margaret, Westminster, her 
parents dead — at St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf. 
21 May, 1725. B. 



Clag'ett, Mr. Richard, of St. Lawrence Pountney, 
London, citizen and draper, bachelor, about 
23, and ^Irs. Elizabeth Wiseman, of Broad- 
cakes-in-\Vimbish, co. Essex, spinster, about 
17, her parents dead — at St. Sepulchre, Lon- 
don. 3U July, 1677. V. 

Clamparde, Robert, yeoman, and Alice Starkes, 
widow, of the City of London — at Great All 
Hallows, Thames Street. 13 Sept. 1581. B. 

Clancy, Maurice, of St. Anne, Soho, widower, 40, 
and Elizabeth Gary, of Windsor, Berks, widow, 
lO—at St. Paul, Covent Garden. 11 Feb. 170";. 
B. 

Clante, John, of All Hallows, Thames Street, 
London, merchant taylor, and Margery Fentou, 
spinster, of Knightsbridge, Middlesex, daughter 
of Christopher Fenton, of same, gen. lie, 29 
June, 1590. B. 

Clapham, Christopher, esq., of Beamsley, co. 
York, widower, 32, and Margaret Moyle, of the 
City of Loudon, widow, 30 — at St. Peter, Corn- 
hill, alleged by John Francke, of Orset, co. 
Essex, gent. 15 Feb. 163f. B. 

Clapham, Sir Christopher, knight, of UfSngton, 
CO. Lincoln, widower, and Mary Nedeam {i.e., 
Needham), of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middle- 
sex, spinster, 46, her ])arents dead — at St. 
Martin aforesaid, St. Paul, Covent Garden, or 
.... 26 April, 1678. F. 

Clapham, Christopher, of Beathamsley, co. York, 
esq., bachelor, 28, and Dorothy Williams, of 
Johnby, co. Cumberland, sjjinster, 21, her 
father dead, and she at her own disposal — 
at Dufton, co. Westmorland, or ... . 22 
March, 168|. F. 

Clapham., Christopher, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, above 30, and Eleanor Claj^ham, of 
same, widow, above 30 — at St. Ann, or St. 
Margaret, Westminster. 27 Aug. 1712. B. 

Clapham., Mr. John, esq., of St. Dunstan-in-the- 
West, bachelor, 30, and Anne Kidderminster, 
maiden, 20, daughter of Mr. Edmond Kidder- 
minster, of same parish, esq., who consents — 
at St. Botolph, Aldgate. 28 Nov. 1604-. B. 

Clapham, Luke, of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Susanne Heme, of 
same, spinster, about 19, consent of her 
mother — at St. Andrew, Holborn, or St. 
Pancras, Middlesex. 12 Feb. 166fi. V. 

Clarcton, George, and Johanna Greene, widow, 
of Harfeild, Middlesex — at St. Clement Danes. 
3 May, 1577. B. 

Clare, Andrew, gent., of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
bachelor, 35, and Evarell Allured, of St. 
Anne, Blackfriars, spinster, 22 — at Black- 
friars, or St. Andrew, Holborn. 4 Nov. 1634. 
B. 

Clare, Charles, of Gray's Inn, Middlesex, gent., 
bachelor, 27, and Anne Fowle, of Edmonton, 
Middlesex, spinster, above 21, at her own 
disposal — at Edmonton, St. Mary, Savoy, or 
St. Mary, Islington, Middlesex. 31 Aug. 1669. 
F. 

Clare, Richard, and Margaret Wylls, widow, of 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, gen. lie, 22 Dec. 
1571. B. 

Clare, Thomas, of Paddington, Middlesex, and 
Jane Wynson, of same, spinster — at same. 
23 May, 1621. D. 

Claridge, William, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
and Beatrice Rogers, of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
widow — at St. Leonard, Foster Lane. 27 
June, 1608. D. 

Clarie, John, of Stepney, Middlesex, pewterer, 
and Mary Millen, of same, spinster, daughter 
of — Millen, deceased. 3 Aug. 1624. B. 



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Clarke, Aujiustiue, of Littliiig-ton, Middlesex, 
liushaiidinaii, and Katlieriiic Watson, of same, 
s])iiister, lier parents dead — at Littlinpton 
aforesaid. 21. Feb. 102^. B. 

Clarke, Benjamin, ji'ent., of St. Andrew, nolljorn, 
widower, 32, and Catherine llul)ert, of St. 
Giles-in-tlie-Fields, spinster, 19, parents dead, 
consent of her brother, Mr. Edward Hubert, 
of same, esq. — at St. Giles aforesaid. 14 April, 
1G3I. B. 

Clarke, Blaze, of St. Swithin, London, citizen and 
Icatherseller, bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. 
Jane Francis, of St. Giles, Criijplepate, Lon- 
don, spinster, about 22, with consent of her 
father, Daniel Francis, of same, fjent. — at 
St. Bartholomew-the-Great, or Less, London. 
2 Au,!,'. 1678. Y. 

Clarke, Charles, of St. Alphage, London, grocer, 
bachelor, 31, and Sara Spencer, spinster, 28, 
her father, late of Hitchin, Herts, gent., 
deceased, and her mother also— at St. Alphage, 
or St. Matthew, Friday Street. 15 Jan. 1(V3^. 
F. 

Clarke, Christojjlier, of St. Bennet Gracechurch, 
London, vintner, and Fridiswidc Soane, of 
St. Catherine Coleman, said city, spinster, 
daughter of William Soane, of said cit\-, 
deceased — at St. Katherine Coleman afore- 
said. 27 Jan. 16flg. B. 

Clarke, Christopher, of St. Gregory, London, esq., 
bachelor, 25, and Mary Jerman, spinster, 
about 17, daughter of Roger Jerman, of the 
city of Canterburj', gent., who consents, as 
also her mother, Mai-y Jerman — at Farersham, 
or elsewhere in co. Kent. 19 Aug. 1()74. F. 

Clarke, Daniel, of St. George, Botolph Lane, 
London, grocer, and Ellen Bird, of Bunting- 
ford, Herts, spinster, daughter of John Bird, 
late of same, deceased — at Buntingford afore- 
said. 22 July, 1614. B. 

Clarke, Daniel, of St. Peter, Westcheap, London, 
])ointmaker, and Elizabeth Wetherall, of St. 
Mary Somerset, London, widow — at St. Marv 
Somerset aforesaid. 25 Nov. 1626. B. 

Clarke, Doddington, of St. Clement Danes, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Cary Heydon, of same, 
.spinster, about 18, consent of "her guardian 
and brother-in-law, Kichard Nevill, esq., her 
parents dead — at St. Clement Danes. 2 Dec 
1662. V. 

Clarke, Edmund, of Lambeth, Surrey, gent., 
bachelor, about 41, and Mrs. Mary Huffani^ 
of same, spinster, about 30, and at own 
disposal— at St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish 
Street. 8 Jan. 167f . V. 

Clarke, Edward (Clark), gent., of the City of 
London, bachelor, 23, and Margaret Wright, of 
Christchurch, London, spinster, 17, daughter 
of John Wright, of same, gent. — at Christ- 
church, or St. Mary, Islington. 1 Oct. 1635 
B. 

Clarke, Francis, of St. Bride, London, citizen and 
haberdasher, bachelor, 29, and Sara Chester, 
of St. Andrew, Holborn, spinster, 28, consent 
of her mother, a widow — at St. Andrew, 
Holborn. 26 Jan. 163f . B. 

Clarke, Sir Francis, of London, kn"ght, Avidower, 
;il)out 45, and Elizabeth Proby, of Mortlack, 
Suircy, spinster, about 30,'and at own disposal 
— at Putney, Surrey. 18 Jan. 106^. V. 

Clarke, Sir Francis, knight, of Uloombe, Kent, 
widower, about 16, and Mrs. Elizabeth Hardy, 
of St. Margaret, Westminster, widow — at 
church or chapel of Grav's Inn. 6 Dec. 1670. 

v. 



Clarke, Frederick, of St. Thomas Apostle, London, 
widower, 27, and Mary Lenthall, of Mortlake, 
Surrey, spinster, 25 — at Holy Trinity, City of 
London. 6 May, 1661. F. 
Clarke, Garvasc, of St. James, Westminster, 
bachelor, 21', and Mary Grey, of same, spin- 
ster, 20, daughter of Robert Grey, of St. 
Dunstan-iu-the-West, London, gent., who con- 
sents — at St. Mary, Savoy, Middlesex, or the 
Temple church, London. 15 June, 1687. P. 
Clarke, George, yeoman, of Woodham Ferrys, 
CO. Essex, and Johanna Evcrs, widow, of 
Retiugdon, said county, relict of Henry Evers, 
late of same, veoman, gen. lie, 6 April, 1587. 
n. ' 

Clarke, George, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., bachelor, 
24, and Mrs. Mary Holman, of Warkeworth, 
CO. Northampton, spinster, about 17, with 
consent of her father, Philip Holman, of same, 
esq., alleged b}- Sir William Palmer, of St. 
James, Clerkenwell, knight — at Warkeworth 
aforesaid. 9 June, 1648. F. 
Clarke, George, of Swanswicke, co. Somerset, 
esq., widower, about 37, and Mrs. Mary Povey, 
of St. Martin-in-the- Fields, spinster, about 23, 
her parents dead — at St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
or St. Clement Danes. 3 July, 1671. V. 
Clarke, George, of St. Bartholomew-the-Less, 
London, bachelor, about 26, and Anne New, 
of St. Albans, Herts, spinster, 22, daughter of 
John New, of same, gent., who consents — at 
St. Alphage, London. 28 July, 1690. F. 
Clarke, Sir Gilbert, of Somersall, parish of 
Brompton, co. Derby, knight, bachelor, about 
26, and Mrs. Barbara Clerk, of Watford, co. 
Northampton, spinster, about 17, her father's 
consent — at Watford aforesaid. 31 May, 1671. 
Y. 
Clarke, Giles, of Lj^on's Inn, Middlesex, gent., 
bachelor, about 25, and Rebecca Rawleigh, of 
St. Clement Danes, spinster, about 25, and at 
own disposal — at St. Clement Danes, or St. 
Mary, Savoy. 9 Sept. 1672. Y. 
Clarke, Henry, of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, 
cook, and Joyce Cooke, of St. Clement, East- 
cheap, London, widow of William Cooke, late 
of same, cook — at St. Clement, Eastcheap, 
aforesaid. 11 July, 1604. B. 
Clarke, Henry, of St. Gregory, London, merchant 
taylor, and Joane Cartwright, of St. Andrew 
Uudershaft, London, spinster, daughter of 
Abraham Cartwright, of same, draper — at St. 
Andrew aforesaid. 14 Oct. 1623. B. 
Clarke, Henry, of Harrow-on-the-Hill, co. Middle- 
sex, yeoman, and Anne Weedon, of Bashey, 
CO. Herts, widow — at St. Bennet, Paul's 
Wharf, London. 7 Nov. 1626. B. 
Clarke, Henry, gent., of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, 
25, and Rebecca Ayre, of St. Botolph, Bishops- 
gate, widow, 32— at St. Faith. 10 Feb. 163^. 
B. 
Clarke, Henry, of St. Lawrence, Jury, gent., 
bachelor, about 24, and Grace Loveridge, of 
St. Olave, Southwark, spinster, about 18, 
consent of mother, Alice Thomas, alias Love- 
ridge, of same — at Reading, Okingham, or 
Sunning, co. Berks, or Lambeth, Surrey. 
24 April, 1666. V. 
Clarke, Henry, of Broad Street, London, mer- 
chant, bachelor, about 30, and Mrs. Levina 
Avery, of Winchester Street, London, spinster, 
about 23, at her own dispose, her parents 
dead — at Greenwich, in Kent, or Marybone, in 
Middlesex. 3 May, 1679. Y. 
Clarke, Humphrey, husbandman, and Mary 
Allen, spinster, daughter of George Allen, 
deceased — at Loughton, co. Essex. 8 Jan. 
1624 B. 



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Clarke, Humplire}-, of Edmuutou, Middlesex, gent., 
baclielor, about 29, and Katherine Wood, of 
at. Martin-iu-thc-Fields, spinster, about 26, 
and at own disposal — at St. Martiu-in-the- 
Fields. 26 Oct. 1666. V. 

Clarke, James, of South Mims, co. Middlesex, 
yeoman, and Alice Harlam, of St. Clement 
Danes, Middlesex, widow of — Harlam, late 
of same, tailor — at St. Bride, London. 31 Jan. 
160f. B. 

Clarke, James, of St. Mary Magdalen, Milk 
Street, London, apothecary, and Judith 
Raven, of St. Michael, Higgin Lane, London, 
spinster — at Stepney, Stratford, Bow, or 
Islington, Middlesex. ^20 Jan. 162a. B. 

Clarke, John, of Laighton, Essex, and Agnes 
Tailor, widow, of Woodford Row, Essex, gen. 
lie, 23 Sept. 1578. B. 

Clarke, John, yeoman, of the City of Loudon, 
and Bridget Hunte, spinster, of St. Michael, 
Cornhill, said city, daughter of Isaac Hunt, 
late of Barking, co. Essex, barber, deceased, 
gen. lie, 11 Aug. 1589. B. 

Clarke, John, of the City of London, clerk, and 
Anne Russell, of Ilford, co. Essex, spinster, 
daughter of Robert Russell, late of Kingston- 
on-Thames, CO. Surrey, glazier, deceased, 
gen. lie., 18 Oct. 1595. B. 

Clark, John, of Saffron Walden, co. Essex, 
yeoman, and Alice Carr, of Theydon Garnon, 
said county, widow of James Carr, late of 
same, blacksmith, gen. lie, 23 Sept. 1596. 
B. 

Clarke, John, of St. James, Garlick Hithe, 
London, cooper, and Rebecca Brookes, of 
same, spinster, daughter of Syday Brooke, 
clothworker, deceased — at St. Benuet, Paul's 
Wharf, London. 27 June, 1621. B. 

Clarke, John, of St. Mai-tin Outwich, London, 
bachelor, 33, and Joanna Alford, spinster, 22, 
daughter of John Alford, of Clarendon Park, 
CO. Wilts, gent., who consents — at Staines, 
CO. Middlesex, or any church in Salisbury. 
15 Sept. 1663. F. 

Clarke, John, of Rootham, co. Kent, esq., bachelor, 
24, and Margaret Piers, spinster, 23, daughter 
of Sir Thomas Piers, bart., of Seale, co. Kent, 
who alleges — at Seale aforesaid, or any other 
church in co. Kent. 17 Sept. 1664. F. 

Clarke, John, of the Inner Temple, gent., 
bachelor, 30, and Katherine Washington, 
spinster, 19, daughter of Richard Washington, 
of Whitefriars precinct, London, who consents 
— at Camberwell, Surrey, or ... . 14 May, 
1694. F. 

Clarke, John, of New Fish Street, London, 
bachelor, 33, and Elizabeth Haddock, of All 
Hallows Barking, spinster, 21, consent of 
father, Sir Richard Haddock — at All Hallows 
Barking. 16 Nov. 1704. B. 

Clark, Joseph, of St. Mary Cole, London, 
bachelor, above 21, and Mary Wilks, of St. 
Luke, Middlesex, above 20, consent of her 
guardian, Thomas Cecil, of St. Luke, scarlet 
dyer, appointed by chancery — at St. Paul's 
Cathedral, Westminster Abbev, or St. Marv, 
Whitechapel. 11 Dec. 1746. B. 

Clarke, Matthew, of Sheen, co. Surrey, gent., 21, 
and upwards, and Discipline Foane, of same, 
spinster, about 28, and at own disposal — at 
Brainford, Thistleworth, or Hounslow, co. 
Middlesex. 18 July, 1663. V. 

Clarke, Nicholas, gent., bachelor, 25, son of 
Nicholas Clarke, of Stoke Newington, Middle- 
sex, esq., who alleges, and Lydia Clarke, 
spinster, about 23, daughter of Sir James 
Clarke, of Moulsev, Surrey, who consents — 
at Monlsey or . . " . 10 Dec. 1702. F. 



Clarke, Nicholas, esq., of Stoke Newington, 
jVIiddlescx, widower, 55, and Mrs. Susanna 
Boarman, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, spinster, 
35 — at All Hallows, London Wall. 25 June, 
1706. B. 

Clarke, Philip, of Simond's Inn, Chancery Lane, 
London, gent., bachelor, 23, and Arabella 
Lucy, of Great Lincoln's Inn Fields, Middle- 
sex, above 21 and about 22, spinster, with 
the consent of her sister, Mrs. Nash, her 
parents dead — at St. Anne, St. Andrew, 
Holborn, or St. Margaret, Westminster. 
10 May, 1693. F. 

Clarke, Ralph, of Lamborne, co. Essex, and 
Susanna Adams, daughter of Thomas Adams, 
of Hornchurch, said county — at St. Martin 
(Jntwich, London. 5 May, 1626. B. 

Clarke, Richard, of Mundon, Essex, and Alice 
Sayer, spinster, of same, daughter of — 
Sayer, of Danbury, tanner, deceased — at 
Mundon. 28 July, 1586. B. 

Clark, Richard, yeoman, and Susan Kenuett, of 
Westham, co. Essex, spinster, daughter of 
Richard Kennett, of same, yeoman — at St. 
Gabriel Fenchurch, London. 30 March, 1596. 
B. 

Clarke, Richard, of Westham, co. Essex, gent., 
and Joane Sympson, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 
widow of Augustine Sympson — at St. Botolph, 
Bishopsgate, London. 17 Aug. 1616. B. 

Clarke, Richard, gent., of Enfield, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 30, and Anne Hayward, of St. 
Albans, Herts, spinster, 20, consent of father, 
James Hayward — at St. Faith or St. Mary 
Magdalen, Old Fish Street. 29 Aug. 1648. 
B. 

Clarke, Robert, waterman, and Sarah Younge, 
f)f London, widow of Edward Younge, late 
of the borough of Southwark, yeoman, gen. 
lie, 23 May, 1597. B. 

Clarke, Robert, of Stepney, Middlesex, sailor, 
and Magdalen Lea, of same, widow of Allan 
Lea, late of same, victualler — at Stepney 
aforesaid. 6 Sept. 1623. B. 

Clark, Robert, of Poplar, in the parish of 
Stepney, co. Middlesex, esq., widower, about 
56, and Mrs. Hannah Jeffreys, of Stepney 
aforesaid, widow, about 40 — at Stepney 
aforesaid. 12 Feb. 166^. V. 

Clarke, Rupert, of Lyon's Inn, gent., bachelor, 
24, and Dorothy Radcliffe, of Navestock, 
Essex, spinster, 16 and upwards, consent of 
her mother, Jane Radcliffe, widow, attested 
by Giles Clark, of Lyon's Inn, gent. — at St. 
Alban, Wood Street. 7 Aug. 1700. B. 

Clarke, Sampson, of St. Sepulchre, London, 
stationer, and Ellen Jackson, of St. Michael, 
Cornhill, spinster, daughter of Richard Jack- 
son, of Upton Civern, co. Worcester, yeoman, 
gen. lie , 8 March, 158^. B. 

Clarke, Simon, of St. James, Clerkenwell, Middle- 
sex, vintner, and Edith Taylor, of same, 
widow of James Taylor, late of same, 
butcher — at St. James aforesaid. 5 Nov. 
1625. B. 

Clarke, Sir Symon, bart., of Clarke Hall, co. 
Warwick, bachelor, 40, and Ellinor Castell 
of Greenford, Middlesex, spinster, 27 and 
upwards — at St. James, co. Middlesex, alleged 
by her brother, Henry Castell, of Greenford, 
gent. 19 Jan. 170f. B. 

Clarke, Thomas, husbandman, and Jane Benton, 
spinster, of Ramsdeu Bellhouse, co. Essex, 
daughter of Thomas Benton, late of Harlow, 
said county, husbandman, deceased — at 
Ramsden Bellhouse aforesaid. 18 June, 1599. 
B. 



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Clarke, Thomas, baker, and Anne Newton, of 
Stepney, Middlesex, spinster — at Stepney 
aforesaid. 3 Nov. 1G25. E. 

Clarke, 'I'liomas, sailor, and Jane Moonc, widow 
of John Moonc — at St. Botolph, Aldorsgate, 
London. 20 May, 1G26. 13. 

Clarke, Thomas, of St. Michael Queonhithe, gent., 
bachelor, aged 21, and Elizabeth Merry, of St. 
Olave, Souihwark, spinster, about 23, consent 
of mot he!', ilellen Hopkins, widow — at St. 
Marv, Aldernianbury, or St. Clement Danes. 
7 Nov. 1C)G3. V. 

Clark, Tlionias, minister, of Hampton, Middlesex, 
bachelor, about 35, and Mary Fleming, of St. 
Gregory, London, maiden, about 25, at her 
own disposal, alleged by William Hayes, of St. 
Gregory aforesaid, cutler — at Henry VII. 's 
chapel, Westminster. 23 Jan. ]()6f. F. 

Clarke, Thomas, of the Middle Temple, esq., 
bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth Pitfeild, of St. 
Helen-the-Great, London, spinster, 17, with 
consent of her father, Alexander Pitfield, of 
same, esq. — at St. Helen aforesaid. 9 Jan. 
169f. F. 

Clarke, Weston, of St. Alban, Wood Street, 
London, merchant, bachelor, and Dorcas 
Smith, of same, spinster, daughter of Matthew 
Smith, late of King's Lj'nn, co. Norfolk, mer- 
chant, deceased — at St. Michael Queenhithe, 
London. 18 March, 162|. B. 

Clarke, William, of St. Mary Somerset, fruiterer, 
and Merial Porter, spinster, of St. Botolph, 
Aldgate, daughter of John Porter, of Osmo- 
therley, co. York, labourer, deceased — at St. 
Botolph, Aldgate. 9 Dec. 1583. B. 

Clarke, William, of Hendon, Middlesex, tailor, 
and Rose Fiuson, of Finchley, said county, 
widow of John Finson, late of Hendon afore- 
said, husbandman — at Hendon aforesaid. 20 
Nov. 1613. B. 

Clarke, William, sailor, and Anne Twynn, widow 
— at St. Martin Outwitch, London. 25 Oct. 
1624. B. 

Clark, William, of St. Antholin, merchant, bache- 
lor, 36, and Elizabeth Offeley, of St. Bennet 
Gracechurch, spinster, 26, consent of her 
mother, Anne Offeley, widow — at St. Anne, 
Blarr. Friars, St. Antholin. or St. Bennet, Grace- 
churc h. 7 Nov. 1631. B. 

Clark, William, of Westminster, gent., widower, 
about 40, and Mary Clark, of same, widow, 
about 50 — at St. Margaret, Westminster, or 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 13 Nov. 1662. Y. 

Clarke, William, of St. Clement Danes, and Hes- 
ter Knowles, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
widow "[in margin, Westminster veb. precincts 
of St. Martin]. 14 Jan. 166i D. 

Clark, "William, of the city of Exeter, grocer, 
bachelor, 28, and Mary Etheridge, spinster, 
25, daughter of John Etheridge, of same, gent., 
who alleges — at St. Sidwell, Exeter, St. David, 
near Exeter, or St. Peter, in Exeter. 26 Feb. 
l()7if. P. 

Clarkson, William, of St. Mildred, Poultry, gent., 
Iiachelor, about 22, and Johanna Turner, of 
same, spinster, about 25, her ])arents dead — 
at St. Olave, Jury, London. 4 Jan. I665. 
Y. 

Clarviato, Collonell (subs. " Collo. Clarveato"), 
of St. Sepulchre, London, citizen and haber- 
dasher, bachelor, about 24, and Mrs. Blandina 
'i hacker, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, spinster, 
about 19, consent of her father, John Thacker, 
of same, esq. — at St. Paul, Covent Garden. 
13 Sept. 1669. Y. 

Classcocke, John [? Glascockc], and Elizabeth 
Spurmaker, spinster — at St. Mary-at-Hill, 
London. 2 Feb. 162?. B. 



Clavarley, John, of Chertsey, co. Surrey, and 
Margaret Hoke, of St. Augustine, London. 

8 Dec. 1550. B. 

Clavell, lloger, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, Lon- 
don, bachelor, 26, and Ruth Covert, spinster, 
18, daughter of Nicholas Covert, of Chiches- 
ter, Sussex, gent., who alleges — at St. Dun- 
stan aforesaid, or ... . 12 Sept. 1694. F. 

Claver, Arthur, of Oving, co. Bucks, gent., 
widower, about 40, and Elizabeth Kitson, of 
Ailcsbury, Bucks, spinster, about 21, at own 
disposal — at Oving aforesaid. 23 April, 1675. 
Y. 

Claver, William, of St. Clement Danes, gent., 
bachelor, about 70, and Anno Lovewell, of St. 
Giles-in-the-Fields, widow, about 60 — at St. 
Giles aforesaid, St Dunstan-in-the-West, or 
Gray's Inn Chapel. 8 July, 1675. V. 

Clavering, John, of the town of Newcastle, esq., 
bachelor, above 30, and Mrs. Jane Malleborne, 
of same, spinster, above 30 — at any church in 
Newcastle. 7 Dec. 1702. F. 

Claxton, William, of St. Bride, London, pin- 
maker, and Margaret Robinson, of same, 
widow of Nathaniel Robinson, late of same, 
butler — at St. Bride aforesaid. 22 April, 
1605. B. 

Clay, Daniel, of St. Peter, in the city of Lincoln, 
widower, 37, and Mrs. Sarah Izodd, of same, 
widow, 25 — at St. Peter aforesaid, or Burton, 
or Bootham, co. Lincoln. 20 Nov. 1686. 
F. 

Clay, Edmund, of Lambeth, Surrey, gent., 
widower, about 53, and Jane Cooke, of same, 
widow, about 50 — at St. Saviour, Southwark, 
or St. Gregory, London. 16 Sept. 1661. Y. 

Clay, Edmund, of St. Andrew, Holborn, haber- 
dasher, bachelor, about 24, and Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Mandit, of St. James, Clerkenwell, spin- 
ster, about 17, consent of father, Arthur Man- 
dit, gent. — at St. James, Clerkenwell. 9 
April, 1669. Y. 

Clay, James, 1589. See Cley. 

Clay, John, of Stepney, Middlesex, merchant, and 
Mary Cummon, of same, sjiinster — at same. 

9 June, 1626. B. 

Clay, Nicholas, husbandman, and Mary Waylett, 
of Lamborne, co. Essex, widow of William 
Waylett, late of same, tanner — at Lamborne 
aforesaid. 11 Jan. 160^. B. 

Clay, Richard, jun., of St. Margaret, New Fish 
Street, London, citizen and draper, bachelor, 
above 21, and Martha Lomax, of Childwick 
Bury, jjarish of St. Michael, Herts, spinster, 
above 21 — at St. Michael aforesaid, St Paul's 
Cathedral, or Lincoln's Inn Chapel. 6 Sept. 
1721. F. 

Clay, Mr. Timothy, clerk, curate of Willin- 
gale Doe, co. Essex, and Anne Whiteher, of 
same, spinster — at same. 27 Nov. 1622. B. 

Claydon, Robert, and Agnes Wortham, widow, 
relict of — Wortham, of Boxford, co. Suffolk 
—at Mount Buers, Essex. 28 Sept. 1583. B. 

Clayton, Adam, 1586. See Cleyton. 

Clayton, Edward, of Bishop Stortford, co. Herts, 
gout., and Melior Billedge, spinster, daughter 
of Richard Billedge, of Edmonton, Middlesex 
— at St. Diouis Backchurch, London. 25 
May, 1661. B. 

Clayton, Humphrey, of St. Ethelburgh, London, 
bachelor, 34, and Elizabeth Barker, spinster, 
17, daughter of Richard Barker, of Sher- 
brooke, co. Derby, gent., who consents — at St. 
Andrew-in-t he- Wardrobe, London, or ... . 
21 Jan. 169^. F. 



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Clayton, James, of the Wache, co. Bucks, esq., 
bachelor, about 25, and Mrs. Elizabeth How, 
of St. Martin-iu-the-Fields, Middlesex, s^iin- 
ster, about 19, consent of father, Sir Richard 
Grubham How, of Mitchford, co. Wilts, bart., 
alleged by Sir Thomas Clayton, of the Wache 
aforesaid, knight— at Greenwich, Kent. 1 
June, 1677. V. 

Clayton, Jasper, of St. Edmund, Lombard Street, 
London, mercer, bachelor, and Mary Thomp- 
son, spinster, daughter of — Thompson, of St. 
Catherine Creechurch, London, joiner — at 
St. Faith, London. 1 May, 1624.. B. 

Clayton, John, 1597. See Cleytox. 

Clayton, John, of Okenshawe, co. York, esq., 
bachelor, about 48, and Mrs. Thomazine 
Goodwin, of Bletchingley, Surrey, widow, 
about 46 — at Bletchinglev aforesaid. 30 
March, 1674. V. 

Clasrton, Lawrence, and Johanna Fawkingham, 
widow, of City of London, gen. lie, 1 Oct. 
1582. B. 

Clayton, Peter, of St. Olave, Old Jewry, London, 
bachelor, 31, and Lydia Morris, spinster, 18, 
daughter of Robert Morris, of Abingdon, 
Berks, gent., who consents — at St. Margaret, 
Westminster, or .... 10 April, 1680. F. 

Clayton, Richard, of Lee Hall, co. Salop, gent., 
bachelor, about 20, his parents dead, and Mrs. 
Margaret Gower, of Comers, co. Worcester, 
spinster, about 19, consent of mother, Mrs. 
Mary Gower, widow, alleged by Richard 
Clayton, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, 
gent., at Langdon, or Upton-on-Severn, co. 
Worcester. 3 May, 1676. V. 

Clayton, Thomas, of Chingford, co. Essex, miller, 
and Grace Peerson, of same, widow of 
Thomas Peerson, late of Hatfield Broadoak, 
said county, yeoman — at Chigwell, co. Essex. 
31 March, 1608. B. 

Clayton, Thomas, of St. Edmund, Lombard Street, 
draper, bachelor, 32, and Judith Chambers, of 
St. Gregory, London, 24, widow of John 
Chambers, of same, merchant tailor, late 
deceased — at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate. 14 
Aug. 1633. B. 

Clasrton, William, of St. Clement Danes, gent., 
bachelor, about 27, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Wintorshull, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, 
spinster, about 18, consent of father, Mr. 
William Wintershull — at St. Clement Danes. 
3 Aug. 1663. V. 

Clayton, William, of Northall, Herts, gent., 
l)aclielor, about 28, and Elizabeth Howard, of 
St. Albans, Herts, spinster, about 30, and at 
own disposal — at St. Gregory, London. 18 
Nov. 1663. V. 

Claytor, Thomas, and Mary Collins, of city of 
Westminster, spinster. 9 Feb. 163f . D. 

Cleaver, Sir Charles, of Bygrave, Herts, knight, 
widower, about 40, and Mrs. Frances Chester, 
of Royston, said county, widow, about 24, in 
parish church, or chapel of King Henry VII. 
at Westminster. 16 Jan. 167f . Y. 

Cleaver, Joseph, of Weaden, Bucks, gent., 
widower, and Mary Dixon, of St. Margaret, 
Westminster, widow — at St. Sepulchre, Lon- 
don, or .... 3 Jan. 170i. F. 

Cleaver, William, of St. Giles, and Elizabeth 
Leame, of St. Clement, London. 13 Feb. 
1561. F. 

Cleaver, William, of Weedon, Bucks, esq., 

. widower, about 55, and Mrs. Dorothy Walker, 

of St. Giles, Cripplegate, spinster, about 35, 

and at ovni disposal — in chapel of ye Earl 

of Bridgwater, London, 10 April, 1677. V. 

Cleboru, Humphrey, 1604. See Cleyborne. 

London Marriage Licences, 



Cleboru, Simon, and Anne Rone, of the diocese 

of Westminster, widow. 27 Jan. 154^. F. 
Clee, Roger, of Stondon, Herts, and Elizabeth 
Barbor, of same, spinster — at St. Lawrence, 
Old Jewry. 9 Feb. 15|^. B. 
CleeiF, Thomas, of St. Martin, Ironmonger Lane, 
and Ellen Kelinge, of St. Clement, Eastcheap, 
widow — at St. Clement, Eastcheap. 20 Aug. 
1568 B. 
Cleeter, George, of Uf cult, in the parish of Broad 
Hinton, co. Wilts, bachelor, 24, and Anne 
Rogers, of Wroughton, said county, spinster, 
23, -with consent of her parents, alleged by 
Christopher Cleeter, belonging to Doctors' 
Commons, London, gent. — at St. Mary-in- 
]Marlborough, Broad Hinton aforesaid, or 
Winterbourne, co. Wilts. 3 Fel). 168i. F. 
Cleeve, Alexander, of St. Michael, Cornhill, 
liachelor, 24, and Marj' Duffeild, of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, spinster, 18, her parents consent — 
at St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, 
alleged by John Cleeve, of St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields. 17 June, 1690. B. 
Cleeve, Alexander, of Canbury House, St. Mary, 
Islington, merchant, bachelor, 30, and Mrs. 
Theodora Nevett, of St. Stephen, Coleman 
Street, spinster, 18, consent of her iincle and 
guardian, Richard Baylj^, of Gray's Inn, esq., 
her parents dead — at St. Olave, Hart Street. 
14 Oct. 1691. B. 
Cleeve, George (Cleave), \'intner, and Alice 
Abrooke, widow of William Abrooke, late of 
Dornie, co. Bucks, yeoman — at St. Martin 
Orgar, London. 17 Oct. 1612. B. 
Cleeve, James, of Tonge, co. Kent, gent., bachelor, 
32, and Elizabeth Crittall, of Hawkhurst, 
said county, spinster, 21, her father dead, and 
her mother consenting — at Sittingbourne or 
Radmersham, co. Kent. 2 Nov. 1648. F. 
Cleeve, John, of Lambeth, Surrey, gent., bachelor, 
about 28, and Rebeccah Smith, of same, 
spinster, about 22, with her father's consent — 
at Lambeth aforesaid. 1 May, 1679. V. 
Cleeves, James, of St. Peter, Westcheap, London, 
fishmonger, and Frances Butcher, of St. 
Augustine, said city, spinster — at St. Peter 
aforesaid. 30 May, 1625. B. 
Cleeves, John (Cleaves), bachelor, and Elizabeth 

Dickeson, spinster. 20 July, 1673. D. 
Clegg, John, clerk, and Dorothy Baker, spinster. 

28 May, 1628. D. 
Clegg, William, gent., of Harrow, co. Middlesex, 
25, and Judith Gillat, of same, spinster, 22 — 
at St. Matthew, Friday Street. 16 June, 
1707. B. 
Cleland, John, esq., of Loughton, Essex, bachelor, 
above 22, and Jane Strudwick, of St. Ann^^ 
Westminster, widow — at St. Catherine, near 
the Tower of London. 13 March, 174f . F. 
Cleland, John, of St. Margaret, Westminster, 
mdower, and Ann Snow, of same, spinster, 
above 21 — at St. Margaret, Westminster. 13 
Nov. 1749. B. 
Clemence, Christopher, haberdasher, and Mar- 
garet Gosnell, of St. Augustine, London, 
widow of John Gosnell, late of same, skinner 
—at St. Augustine. 8 Dec. 1597. B. 
Clemence, Thomas, of Chigwell, co. Essex, and 
Margaret Bowj^er, of Waltham Holy Cross, 
said count}', widow of Richard Bo-(vj'er,' late 
of Shewerston, in said parish of Waltham, 
yeoman, gen. lie, 31 Dec. 1591. B. 
Clemence, Thomas, of London, tanner, and 
Elizabeth Wood, of St. Sepulchre, said city, 
widow of William Wood, late of Clerkenwell, 
Middlesex, tanner, gen. lie, 20 Sept. 159G. 
B. 

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Clement, James, of vSt. Katherino, near the Tower 
of Loudon, t^ent., widower, 40, and Ellen 
Ward, of St. Clement Danes, 27, widow of 
Hugh Ward, late of same, cordwainer — at St. 
Clement Danes. 2 March, 163|. F. 

Clement, Nicholas (Clemente), gent., and Sicily 
Downes, s]iinster, of Sandon, Essex, gcii. lie, 
22 Nov. 1580. B. 

Clementi, Mnzio, esq., of St. Pancras, Middlesex, 
widower, and Emma Gisborne, of St. Giles- 
in-tlie-Fields, Middlesex, spinster, above 21 
— at St. Pancras aforesaid. 3 July, 1811. F. 

Clements, Benjamin, of St. Bride, London, gent., 
bachelor, 25, and Mary Townesend, of St. 
Mildred, Bread Street, spinster, 21, herparents 
dead — at St. Bartholomew-the-Less. 11 May, 
1647. F. 

Clements, Lawrence, of St. Mary Magdalen, Old 
Fish Street, London, merchant taylor, and 
Mary Howell, of the city of Westminster, 
widow — at St. Mary Mounthaw, London. 29 
Jialy, 1626. B. 

Clemson, Richard, gent., of Staines, Middlesex, 
widower, 50, and Mary Michell, of same, 
spinster, 30 — at West Brainford, Hounslow, 
or Heston, co. Middlesex. 23 Oct. 1643. B. 

Clench, Henry, of St. Rumwall, in Colchester, 
apothecary, bachelor, 26, and Jane Harla- 
kenden, of Earl's Colne, co. Essex, spinster, 
16, daughter of Richard Harlakenden, esq., of 
same, who consents — at Earl's Colne aforesaid. 
10 Feb. 161f . B. 

Clent, William (Clente), of St. Mary Stajniing, 
goldsmith, bachelor, 25, and Joane Prince, of 
St. Michael, Wood Street, sjiinster, 17, con- 
sent of mother, Joane Prince, widow — at St. 
Botolph, Aldgate. 4 Dec. 1632. B. 

Clent, William, of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, gent., 
widower, about 33, and Mrs. Anne Bodleidge, 
of same, widow, about 40, at St. Mary Mag- 
dalene, Old Fish Street, London. 28 Xov. 
1676. V. 

Clere, Richard (Cleare), of Shottesbrooke, Berks, 
clerk, bachelor, about 25, and AnneNewland, of 
Ruscombe, said county, sjiinster, about 27, 
her parents dead — at Shottesbrook aforesaid. 

29 April, 1663. V. 

Clere, Mr. Thomas, of Pentney, Norfolk, gent., 
bachelor, 40, and Anne Mordaunt, spinster, 
24, daughter of Sir Lestrange Mordaunt, 
bart., of Little Massingham, co. Norfolk, 
whose consent is attested by his son, Henry 
Mordaunt, of Middle Temple, London, esq. 
— at Bumpstead Helion, co. Essex. 28 Nov. 
1620. B. 

Clerke, Abraham, of the Inner Temple, 
gent., bachelor, 32, and Mary Soame, of St. 
Clement Danes, Middlesex, spinster, 30, her 
parents dead — at Lambeth, Newington Butts, 
or Camberwell, co. Surrey. 28 April, 16#^. 

F. ^ r ,0 

Clerk, Augustine, and Margaret Wright, spinster, 
of St. Sepulchre — at St. James, Clerkenwell. 
17 Dec. 1578. B. 

Clerk, Bennett, jun., of Harvedstock, co. Essex, 
blacksmith, and Joane Chesenoll, of North 
Bemfleet, said county, widow of Roger Chese- 
noll, late of same, husbandman— at St. Cle- 
ment, Eastcheap, London. 8 June, 1608. B. 

Clerke, Clement, and Margaret Lyghtfoote 

30 Dec. 1548. F. [Entered in March, 154§.] 
Clerke, Clement, of St. Mary Woolchnrch, 

and Elizabeth Wiseman, spinster, of the City 
of London— at St. Andrew Undershaft. 5 
Feb. 158!:. B. 



Clerk, Daniel, of